T-shirts through Cafepress

forthebrave.jpgMy husband loves this little drawing I did. I’ve actually made it into a rubber stamp and am finishing up a quilt by the same name, “For the Brave”. For his birthday I wanted to surprise him with a t-shirt (this was last year’s birthday). I used one of those inkjet iron on transfers. It looked good but then when we washed it…well…it didn’t look so swell.

forthebrave-back.jpgSo I had heard of this online service called Cafepress. Anyone can upload images, pick from a bunch of products to have it printed on and even open a shop. Well, I decided to try. So I uploaded this image (the front of the shirt actually has the little red wagon and the dog) and ordered a t-shirt. WOW!

The t-shirt came and it looked SO much better than the one I had made. The image is actually screened on the shirt (maybe that’s the process anyway) and it looks great – even after being washed. I was so excited no I want to order some more.

So if you’d like one of your very own, just check out my little shop at Cafepress.com/forthebrave.

Until next time…

2 Responses to “T-shirts through Cafepress”

  1. Annie Says:

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    Love the stamp and it looks awesome on the tee-shirt.


  2. Sue Says:

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    Hi Holly, love the shirt! Thanks for sharing. Sue