Thursday, December 15, 2011

Ink blot t-shirts: part III

I asked my husband if he wanted to make an ink blot t-shirt with me.
He said no.
I asked him if he would wear one if I made it?
He said no.
When I asked him why, he said he doesn't like that it's the same design on both sides of the shirt. He likes more of a spattered paint look because it's random.
I happen to like the ink blot design look because it's symmetrical.


So here we go...my black shirt's all ready to go.
Gotta see what Glacier White Paint will do.
(click this ink blot t-shirt post for specifics)


Splittery Splat


Fold and gently press; fingers crossed...


Voila!
And wouldn't you know, I don't see animals in this one (like I do in this shirt and this t-shirt design).  
I see spattered paint.
Go figure.


Maybe my husband will actually like this one.


And as far as the glacier white paint? The white color appears a bit "grayed" against the background of the black t-shirt, which I happen to like. I'm guessing the appearance of the white may vary according to the color of the shirt.

This is so much fun! You seriously have to try it. And I need to stop or everything I own will be covered in ink-blots!

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