Monday, February 9, 2009
So I had all those T-shirts set up in the shop and I guess when the first couple were ordered Spreadshirt realized that the design needed to be edited before they could fulfill. Would have been nice to know when I first submitted. Anyway the deal is this... when they print out these transfers the design can't be overly complicated because these are cut out by hand. So the ribbon off the umbrellas, etc. were causing the problems. So I went back real quick and dropped the design in a green oval. I hope this will be o.k. Of course the original was better looking, but I had to make the change. I "think" I set up all the same product I had originally. If you notice a shirt that was there, but isn't now just let Christie know and she'll pass along to me (Kenn). Sorry about all the confusion.
Monday, February 2, 2009
Saturday, January 31, 2009
I was thinking about other T-shirt design ideas while I was working on the new design. How about this, have "Not a Taterhead" with that "Not Allowed" symbol running through it? I know you all get sick of people asking you if you are "wannabes" and all that. If you like that idea pass the word to Christie and I'll make it happen. Or if you have other ideas hit me with those.
This is the sort of content that you all should find and publish to this weblog. BTW when I was looking for this on YouTube I ran across all sorts of how tos regarding making those. Anyway just wanted to throw a post or two in here to help you get the ball rolling.
Hello this is Christina's husband Kenn. Christie asked me to design a T-Shirt for you ladies. The design above is what I came up with. Decided to keep it non specific to the yearly theme so you can wear them from year to year if you'd like. I put this design up in my personal Spreadshirt shop. Right now they are at the top of the list, but over time they will move down the list. But they'll always be there, so just look for them. I put this design on a variety of shirts. Spreadshirt, like a lot of these other online services digitally print or digitally transfer the image to the shirt. So what you get isn't quite as good as a silkscreened product... but it still looks good, is affordable and ships fast. Just click right here to go to the shop.
One other thing. Since you all do not have a website, I started this Blogger account for you. You really should make this the place that you visit from time to time to exchange ideas, post meeting times, etc. I am going to give Christie the user/password information so all of the Krewe members can log-in and post to the Blog. Take the time to learn how to use it... it's super easy and will probably be fun as well. Enjoy.