Sunday, July 13, 2008

beeT-Shirt

Crafty Party at Del4yo's

picture photograph image Stencil made for printing beet T shirt 2008 copyright of sam breach http://becksposhnosh.blogspot.com/
Inspired, perhaps, by a visit to a Lotta Prints Party in SF, My friend Del4yo threw a hands-on T-Shirt-printing party of her own.

picture photograph image Stencil made for printing beet T shirt 2008 copyright of sam breach http://becksposhnosh.blogspot.com/
Lotta Love

picture photograph image Stencil made for printing beet T shirt 2008 copyright of sam breach http://becksposhnosh.blogspot.com/

More Lotta Love


picture photograph image Stencil made for printing beet T shirt 2008 copyright of sam breach http://becksposhnosh.blogspot.com/
I really wanted to do a radish print, but I thought it would be too difficult so I decided to make a beetroot stencil instead. Trouble is, everyone seems to think it is a radish anyway. This was fun. I think I should be crafty more often.




QUESTION OF THE DAY graphic copyright sam breach
?Which vegetable would you print on your T-Shirt?


Archives
2004 | Le 40th Fete - Part 1 - Le Party!

© 2008 Sam Breach
beeT-Shirt

21 Comments:

  • At 13/7/08 14:14, Anonymous Deborah said…

    That is so unique Sam, what a fun idea. Love it.

     
  • At 13/7/08 15:03, Blogger esther said…

    aw how cool, havent t-shirt printed in years! I think I would do peas in a pod, think that would look cute :)

    Enjoyed browsing your blog- many thanks for sharing :)

    printed off the fairy cake recipe too (that's how I found you)

     
  • At 13/7/08 15:07, Blogger ChrisB said…

    It could be an either or (radish beetroot). Does this mean you will be making T-shirts for everyone!

     
  • At 13/7/08 15:55, Blogger Kitt said…

    How funny! I kept waiting for you to get to the bee tee, because I'm all about bees lately. But you meant "beet-shirt," not "bee t-shirt."

    Naturally I'd put bees on mine. Though not a vegetable, they do produce something delicious.

     
  • At 13/7/08 15:55, Blogger cookiecrumb said…

    I am Delphine's biggest fan. Darn. Didn't get to THAT party.
    I would do an artichoke. Maybe even with the blooming purple thistle.
    CUTE!

     
  • At 13/7/08 16:32, Blogger Stephanie V.W. Lucianovic said…

    It's so adorable!

    I'm horribly uncrafty so I'm just that more impressed by those who are.

     
  • At 13/7/08 19:54, Anonymous alison said…

    looks like fun - i went to that lotta night at craft gym - been following (not stalking) her for years - love her stuff.

     
  • At 13/7/08 20:05, Anonymous patricia said…

    Definitely an aubergine! I did scroll down and say "cute radish shirt!" in my head...and then...

     
  • At 14/7/08 08:43, Blogger Pete said…

    Nice print!

     
  • At 14/7/08 08:49, Blogger Alice Q. said…

    super cute Sam - and I saw that it's Fred's b-day today on Twitter. Happy Birthday to him!

     
  • At 14/7/08 10:09, Blogger Zoomie said…

    I love that idea! What kind of paper did you use? I'd like to try that! I'd probably do a fruit, maybe oranges or lemons, or both!

     
  • At 14/7/08 11:06, Blogger Rev. Biggles said…

    A bacon rosette !!!

     
  • At 14/7/08 11:11, Blogger Sam said…

    Biggles - I was wondering why I hadn't thought of bacon afterwards. Cos - of course, bacon is a vegetable ;P

    For those who asked, I am seeing Delphine tonight so i will try and check and see what the materials used are/where and leave a link.

     
  • At 14/7/08 13:24, Anonymous Chez US said…

    Too cute! I just bought a one with beets on it, but I like yours better!

     
  • At 14/7/08 15:03, Blogger Beccy said…

    Dillon printed a t-shirt recently, he made a stencil and used spray paint...it worked and survived the washing machine.

    I'd probably choose carrots or peppers if I were to make a t-shirt.

     
  • At 14/7/08 15:49, Anonymous Si Clare said…

    Stripey heirloom tomatoes all the way! Those lovely Marvel Stripes all golden and rose with a twisty bottom... mmmmm

    (though i have NO idea how one would make a tomato stencil that didn't look like a blob...)

     
  • At 17/7/08 04:04, Anonymous EmBeemekmgz said…

    I would do a long string bean - principally because I am not one in either direction. Love.

     
  • At 22/7/08 12:23, Anonymous del4yo said…

    Just beet it, beet it, beet it, beet it
    No one wants to be radished
    Showin' how funky cool is your beet
    It doesn't matter who's wrong or right
    Just beet it, beet it
    Just beet it, beet it
    Just beet it, beet it
    Just beet it, beet it

    Hahem. I shall post a tutorial someday when I'm finished with posting procrastination.

    Thanks for coming to the party Sam :)

     
  • At 22/7/08 13:34, Anonymous Hillary said…

    I love it! I totally thought they were radishes too. TOO cute!

     
  • At 26/7/08 16:49, Anonymous Carolyn Jung said…

    What an adorable T-shirt!
    OK, I know it's not a veg, but my pick would be kumquats. I just think they're the cutest citrus ever.

     
  • At 1/8/08 06:45, Blogger Jeanne said…

    What a fab idea for a party and I love your beetroot/radishes ;-) I'd print chillies on mine!

     

Post a Comment

<< Home