In truth, this one stumped me. I had a bad weekend with the loss of a pet and lost my mojo, just didn't feel like creating anything. I felt guilty about that, as I'm one who takes commitments seriously and not participating in this week's Be Inspired wasn't sitting well. I was sitting here looking at my Earth Day card and it dawned on me how easy it would be to create a shirt with the negative of the trees (actually I thought it would be fun to use the negative of the earth, but I couldn't find it in all the mess!). It seriously took about 3 minutes to make the shirt....Copics and negative cut-out of the trees in hand, I went to my table - I first used my heat gun to heat the front of the shirt a little so the alcohol from the Copics would evaporate quicker and not bleed. I then placed the negative of the trees on top of the shirt (cardboard piece between the shirt layers) and took a green Copic, roughly colored in the upper part of the trees, then a brown one and colored the trunks. I went back with a Copic Multiliner to make the thinner lines, defining the branches a little bit. Not a great shirt, but certainly a quick one!
The card is made with all Cricut cuts, no designer paper, no stamps. Cuts are highlighted with Copics.
Be sure to stop over at Cuttlebug Challenge Blogspot Be Inspired to see the what the Design Team has created in shirts! As usual, I am amazed!
T-Shirt: T-shirt, Cricut, Copics
Card: Coredinations, Cuttlebug, Cricut, Copics, Dew Drops, Beacon's 3 in 1 glue.