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My buddy, JB, is celebrating his 40th birthday party. The JB4.0 Mashdown promises to be the mega-party of 2011 that will ring throughout the halls of party legend ...
Required Materials 1. Plain T-shirt ($3 to $20USD) 2. Sharpie brand fine point permanent marker ($4USD) (I suppose other permanent blank markers will work, but it doesn't get ...
The first step is to decide the design for the t-shirt. You should choose or create a simple design. Markers on t-shirt does not allow for high-resolution images. ...
Now here is the fun step. I printed my graphic on a sheet of paper and taped it to my tracing box. Then I layed the t-shirt on ...
Now we just need to fill-in the outlined design. I find this step is easier with backlight turned off. For this design, I was able to make 3 ...
If you like, you can throw on your new shirt and go party, but you will smell like you’ve been huffing paint all day. And and you risk ...
JB loved the t-shirt and I even got a few orders to make some more. I have used this method for a while and the t-shirts that I ...
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