Thursday, May 29, 2014

Growing In Unity :: Day 4 - Shoulder Stamped Shirt


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One of my new favorite ways to use stamps is stamping on shirts. I love the new BIG heart from the DIY L.O.V.E. stamps - it is the perfect size!
I recently created a stamped shirt for my daughter using the same stamp set, but wanted to do something a little different for myself. (And, let's be honest...I don't need any detail on my shirt that will be drawing someone's eye to my gut area...haha.)
For my shirt, I stamped the heart on the shoulder area of the shirt. I love how it turned out!

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Supplies:
Stamps: Unity Stamp Company (L.O.V.E.);
Ink: Ranger (Archival - Jet Black);

22 comments:

  1. Great project! Yeah, I understand about the gut thing!

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  2. What a cute idea! And I totally get the gut area issue!!!

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  3. Great way to decorate a t shirt!

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  4. LOL, I agree, no extra attention needed for the gut area! Love this idea! Looks wonderful!

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  5. A very creative use of that stamp, love the placement of the stamping, very cool!!!

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  6. Fun project, Tifany. I like the stamp on the shoulder!

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  7. What a terrific idea. I don't know if I would have the courage to successfully stamp on a t-shirt. Yours turned out great!!!

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  8. Do you have to do anything to "set" the ink? Love the shirt by the way!

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  9. Very cute idea. I am sure your daughter loved the shirt.

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  10. Cute! And as you said, well-placed. LOL!

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  11. Great T-shirt! I'm wondering what kind of ink you used.... love the big heart design, just perfect on the shirt!

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  12. VERY cool! Did you have to heat set it or treat it somehow so that the ink won't wear off in the wash? And what kind of ink did you use?

    Sorry for all the questions, but I would love to know more!

    Amy E.
    Scrapthissavethat.com

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  13. So cool! Great idea to add it to the shoulder!

    housesbuiltofcards@gmail.com
    www.housesbuiltofcards.blogspot.com

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  14. Very very cool; how does the archival ink hold up to washing? I definitely want to try this with the Beautifully Confused set!

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  15. Oh my goodness, this is so creative and just adorable. Love the way this almost looks like a tattoo with the placement!

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  16. Lol, Karen and I think alike...my first thought was what a great way to get a tattoo. You are so creative!

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  17. Great idea! What ink did you use?

    Carmen Lucero
    cal8007 at aol dot com

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  18. this is even a stamped design that I would wear! Simple but great little focal point!

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  19. this is even a stamped design that I would wear! Simple but great little focal point!

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  20. Oh no. There is that giant heart again. Love the placement of you heart on the Tee. I'm with you.... but mine is the chest area.... no need for attention there. =)

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  21. Super cute idea! And yes, I am also wondering what type of ink you used!

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