Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Nerd Craftiness!

It's been like 3 months since I posted, and I didn't really realize that. But anywho, I made a lot of crafty things over the summer and I think they're pretty rad. I got into a t-shirt making kick using this foil-screen printing stuff I got at Michael's and these awesome patterns from Zombie Pumpkins (check them out!).

The one above is my rainbow Frankenstein monster, and it's definitely one of my favorites. More monsters should be rainbowized, I think.
I made this Batman shirt with just a standard Batman logo. This process of applying this foil stuff makes it go on kinda sporadically, which I think is cool, so I wanted to make it really extreme in this case. I purposefully made it fade into the center, like it was old and weathered, and I'm super happy with the results.
It's Wario! I've discovered the gold foil seems to work the best, so in trying to figure out what designs would look awesome in gold, I stumbled upon Wario.
I found the Beetlejuice snake design on Zombie Pumpkins and I totally lost my shit. I really, really wish I had a lime green foil to have made this in, but whatever. It's still totally rad.
And my Animal shirt is from now on my party shirt. For obvious and dorky reasons.
Robin hoodie! I've had a Robin 'R' patch FOREVER and I've never known what to do with it. Then a few months ago, I saw a Robin hoodie on Etsy and it was brilliant. I'd been looking for a plain red hoodie ever since, and I finally found one, so I sewed the patch on and painted my striped, and I'm totally ready to fight crime. Or take a nap.
I get on Shrinky Dink kicks every so often, and this is one of my more successful ones. I want to make a lot more of these necklaces in a variety of colors and words to match every occasion.

I've still got a ton more craft things to make, so I'd better go get on that...


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  2. Hey, this is kind of random but I'm trying to re-create your Robin hoodie for a friend of mine. Do you mind if I ask you where you got your Robin "R" logo and what kind of paint did you use for the yellow stripes?
    I would be really thankful if you could answer my questions by emailing me to- imadechoices@aol.com

  3. Those Shirts are Bad Ass !!
    So Cool, I'll need to go to Micheal's and find the foil-screen printing, Really Cool !

    I already knew about the Zombie site, and I did some searching and found another great Stencil Site.

    It's called http://www.stoneykins.com
    They have some incredible designs.

  4. Hey there, I, too am looking for a Robin "R" patch for my son's halloween costume, where did you get yours?

    Stella Maria Perry

  5. The shirts are nice but what is in them is really what is BAD ASS!!!!!!