Tuesday, July 21, 2015
My Niece was over the other day and saw an older shirt I was working on
and asked if I could make her one.
Here is her one Eyed shirt I made out of Tulip Fabric markers and a grey t-shirt from Hanes.
All you do is add a little water and it gives you a watercolor effect.
I will show you how below.
Let's make one.
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Tuesday, July 14, 2015
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Sunday, June 28, 2015
Thursday, June 25, 2015
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
I have been experimenting with different backs on t-shirts lately. Open back shirts seem to be all the rage during the hot summer months and with all of the new lacy back bra-lets it the perfect way to show them off. I would wear this with a colored tank top underneath or over my bathing suit at the beach.
There is just something about a lattice pattern that I am drawn to.
Here is how I made my no sew open back, lattice shirt.
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Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Sunday, May 31, 2015
This No Sew tank is similar to a couple of other no-sew tanks I have done in the past, but is designed and cut differently and because I am completely obsessed with palm leaves right now I experimented with a positive and negative design which creates a shadow effect. I am thinking my next project will be palm leaves in different bright colors like Hot Pink or Neon Blue.(80'sStyle) I seriously LOVE this new fabric Color Shot spray by Tulip. It has cut my time making stencil design T-shirt in Half and with the limited time I have that is a super big plus for me.
This shirt has already found a new home
as one of my dear friends said she would love to have it
for her beach trip in July, so bye bye shirt.
Oh well I guess I will just have to make another one ;) .
Posted by WobiSobi at 6:02 AM
Saturday, May 30, 2015
I have had a lot of emails asking How to make your own Homemade Stencils, which is something I always do. It is quick and easy and pretty inexpensive. "Winner!"
Here is my method of making stencils that I want to last more than just one time.
Things you need
Clear Contact Paper *Target or Wal-mart.
Printed out picture
#1 Print out your picture
#2 Cut your contact paper double the size of your paper.
#3 Peel off the contact backing
#4 Place the paper on the contact paper.
#5 Fold over the other side of the paper.
#6 Trim the edges
#7 Place on a Cutting board and with the X-acto knife cut out your stencil.
#8 All Finished.
Have a great day!
Lots of <3,
Posted by WobiSobi at 9:43 AM
Sunday, May 24, 2015
Need a quick halter for a summer party, the that unexpected beach trip,
Here is a easy DIY for you.
Have a wonderful Memorial Day Weekend.
And Thank you to all the men and women who serve in the Armed Forces.
Thank you so much for your Sacrifice and your Service.
Lots of <3,
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