Sunday, December 7, 2008

Today's Project - T Shirts

I saw this saying somewhere and thought it was hilarious. I thought - hey K and the kids make shirts all the time, I can make that. So today I made 3 shirts for a few Wii fans.

One is a swap for a Thai soup recipe (as soon as I make it I will share, it was sooo yummy). Another is a replacement for a nephew, he was the original recipient, however I miss judged his growth. The third is a surprise for a new Wii player whom entertained me greatly with his Yoga antics.

If you are interested in the text and graphics, let me know.


  1. These are awesome! What technique do you use for the transfer?

  2. Easy peasy japanesy. Used ink jet transfer (for light/white shirt). Print, iron...done in like 2 minutes.

    I got the shirts at CVS, they are pretty nice. 3 for $12...can't beat that.

  3. I bet that Thai Chef was awesome!

  4. Hahaha! These are the cutest things ever!

    I just got your message offering to send me the design - and if my husband didn't already have about 75 t-shirts (you think I'm kidding, but I'm totally not) or if I hadn't ruined the surprise by telling him before Christmas (which was probably better, considering the original Wii we received was from Argentina or some randomness) then I'd totally want one!

    Such a cute idea, though - adorable! My husband got some sort of t-shirt design software a while ago, and totally went to down for a couple weeks designing stuff for them. Isn't it fun? Yours look like they have better quality than the ones we tried, though...

    Thanks again! :)


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