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Sunday, April 27, 2014

Hello Shirts - Pinterest Challenge Saturday

For this weeks Pinterest Challenge (two days late), I present the Hello Shirts!! And I put my stamp of awesome approval on them. Seriously, I'm totally loving them. I'm also totally lucky that I was able to convince these two sisters late at night to make these shirts with me. (now we just need Joy to make one : ).
Anyway, I've been wanting to make a "hello" shirt for a while, but just haven't got around to it. But as we were making them, we had the brilliant idea of each of us doing a different type of hello. And honestly, each of them says a lot about who we each are. 
doctor who shirts - river song "hello sweetie"
Anjuli's font was
halo hand letter found here
In case you don't watch Dr. Who (which I'll assume that is very few of you), Anjuli's is a quote said often by the character River Song to the Doctor. If you have no idea what i'm talking about, go watch Dr. Who right now!! (hint: it's on netflix streaming)
cheerio! shirt diy with freezer paper
my font was
intrique font found here
For those who have no idea, I'm 1/4 British at heart.  No seriously. It was only fitting that I had a shirt prove it. 
diy hello shirt with freezer paper
For Sierra's shirt we used the
Doris Day Font found HERE
And Sierra, well Sierra for once was the normal one. I know, crazy right?? Well, almost normal. She was quoting megamind saying "Ollo", the whole time we were making these shirts. In case you missed one of the best lines in the movie: 

diy hello shirts with freezer paper

DIY Hello Shirts:
//1// acquire a shirt
//2// pick your preferred hello greeting and font. Then measure how big you want it on your shirt. 
//3// then Go HERE for full freezer paper tutorial. We used my silhouette machine to cut it out on freezer paper. But using an exacto knife works great too. 

And these shirts got that much cooler when we jumped
Happy Pinteresting!
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16 comments:

  1. You guys are so cool! Love it!

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    1. thank you! I feel cooler with my sisters: )

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  2. Did you use a circuit to print your stencil???

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    1. I have a silhouette and yes I used it to cut the stencil.

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  3. Can I just say that I LOVE these! So so cute!

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  4. How cute. I've wanting to do something similar, but not sure I have your talent when it comes to that. You guys look like you're a blast to be around!!

    Thanks for sharing!

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    1. thank you! it's easy; you definitely can do it!

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  5. The shirts are adorable!!! It definitely shows how much fun you guys had both making and wearing them. :)

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  6. I love the moving picture. I'm glad you're closer to family now, but I miss you guys!

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  7. I clicked here from Make It and Love It to be sure that it was a Doctor Who reference. ;) I've been wanting a hello something too. aybe it'll have to be a shirt!

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