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And now to share with you my project...


I started out with a white 4 x 5 1/4 piece of card stock and used the Teardrop Stencil (this is such a cool stencil, it can be used for countless different looks) to sponge on distress inks (salty ocean & wilted violet).  Then I cut off a strip of it to use for the bottom of the card and used the leftover portion to stamp the t-shirt on.  


I stamped the t-shirt from the Addicted to Rubber Stamps set with Versafine Clair black ink.  This set has lots of options for you to customize your t-shirts with funny sentiments that are sure to give any stamper a giggle or two.


 I used a marker to color in the purple collar and other bands on the t-shirt and once I had everything  customized the way I wanted it I hand cut the shirt out and popped it up with foam tape.  

 

For the top purple panel I used the Wavy Edgers die and Shaker Maker Combo die to cut out the stitched circle opening and curved scalloped edge.  Then I matted everything onto a black card base.


The final touch was using Glue Dots to apply my sequins.  I love using Glue Dots for sequins because they aren't messy like liquid glues and there's no chance of glue seeping out onto the card.  Additionally I find with liquid glues that the sequins can pop off easily whereas you would need to pull off ones applied with Glue Dots.  I use the mini dots for most sequins but if they are still too big I can easily just cut them into a smaller size.


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98 comments

  1. Your card made me smile!!!! I have some scrapbook shirts that I wear at conventions. :) Love how the Glue Dots pop up the sequins.

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  2. Lovely card. Great colours and design. :)

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  3. Great way to add interest to the teeshirt! So smart to use the stencil! Thanks for the tips!

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  4. Eye-catching colors on your card, Deb, and so well done - thanks for sharing.

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  5. What a super cute tye dye shirt! I love how you used the stencil, Deb!

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  6. Purple is my color! I love how you tied the design of the t-shirt in with the card panel.

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  7. Great image on a lovely card with super colours.

    Pat xx

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  8. What a fun card Deb. Love it!!!

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  9. Wow! Great rubber stamp! Love how u colored it. Great JOB!!

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  10. What a FUN creation! I love that shirt! I need a real one!

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  11. love the design on the shirt, colors are just fabulous and your card design
    hugs

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    1. Thanks for the nice comment Corinne :O)!

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  12. Adorable card! Love the stenciled strokes.

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  13. Very cute and a fun way to use the stencil

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  14. Love how you created the shirt pattern. Awesome card.

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  15. Cute, cute card! Love the color combo!

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  16. Fun card! Love the stencil design and the colors you used!

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  17. Wow! Look at those colors....swooon! Genius how you used the teardrop stencil on the T-shirt stamp. You did it again Deb! Fantastic card!
    Hugs,
    Iris

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    1. You made my day Iris, coming from you who I admire so much...thank you! XO

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  18. When I originally saw this set with the shirt I said WHY?..BUT NOW I KNOW WHY I NEED IT! Stunning card!!!

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    1. Thanks Jenn, I can't wait to see what you do with it...you AWE me girl!!

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  19. Oh my! What adorable card!!! Too cute!!!

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    1. Thanks Arianna, I appreciate your nice comment :O)!

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  20. Such a fun creation Deb. Any crafty pal would be well chuffed to be given this gorgeous card! Love the way you used the stencil on the t-shirt and mirrored it on the base of the card. Beautifully crafted. Hugs, Wends xoxo

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    1. You're awesome Wendy, thanks for such a nice comment :O)!

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  21. I love the card. I am always drawn to purple and blue coloring. I have to make myself use other colors. This would be an awesome pattern I could see using the shirt for so many ideas. Thank you

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    1. I know what you mean I have a few go-to color combos that seem to take over other combos as well, and purple/blue is one of them.

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  22. Deb, I think this card is as cute as can be! I like that you used the stencil to create a pattern on the T-shirt. Now, how can I look like that in a T?

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    1. Thanks Erin, yeah you and me both - LOL!

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  23. I really love the color combo you used with the teardrop stencil. Cute stamp set and stencil too!

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  24. sweet card - love the image and sentiment !!

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  25. Love how you used your stencil! Fantastic card

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    1. Thanks Robin, that teardrop stencil is so versatile I use it for lots of different things, water, leaves, tye-dye it's great :O)!

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  26. I love your card. It states just how many stampers feel and makes me feel happy.

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    1. Awww, it makes me happy that it makes you happy Susan ;o)!

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  27. This is the coolest card! I love that tie-dyed shirt!

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    1. Thanks Andrea, this stamp set is so fun to create lots of different t-shirts :O)!

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  28. Loving your fabulous design and wonderful colours! Beautifully done!

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  29. I love how you've used the stencil on the shirt and great colours.

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  30. brilliance using the die for TShirt pattern. Love how you've done the bottom with the curved die.

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  31. I agree with the sentiment and like the stenciling.

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  32. Funny stamps. Really cute card design! I'm excited to try

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  33. Such a lovely mix of colours on this fun card. Thanks for the inspiration.

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    1. Thanks Andre, I had fun making it :o)!

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  34. I like Rubber stamps too :) Nice card

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  35. OH MY GOSH I sooooo need this shirt! I love how you used the Tear Drop stencil on the shirt and the around the bottom of the card! Your colors are gorgeous choices too!

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    1. Thanks so much Cindy, you made my day :O)!

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  36. This is a brilliant card Deb, I love how you have used the stencil to create the pattern on the tee shirt - genius!...xxx <3

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    1. You're awesome Sue, thanks for always having a nice comment for me! XOXO

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  37. I love purple and blue together. Your card is just so cute!

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    1. Thanks Wendy, it's one of my fav color combos too :O)!

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  38. How stinkin' cute is this! I love the colors and yep. I love Rubber Stamps too! So so fun!

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  39. I have that set need to get it out and stsmp. Cute

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    1. Would love to see what you make with it! :O)!

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    1. Thanks so much Deborah it was a fun card to make :o)!

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  41. I can't get over all the purple on this hop. Love love love it! This card is so awesome. I love the stamps and dies used. Thank you so much for sharing. So cute! 💗💗💗

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    1. Thanks so much Shari, one can never have too much purple that's for sure - LOL!

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