Let’s Hear It For The Boys

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 ***Thank you for all of your awesome comments!  It is spring break and we are on a family vacation.  I will post a more detailed tutorial for this NOTE-able-a-TEE next week (specifically how I made the “paper”)***



My entry for I Am Momma Hear Me Roaris…..

A washable, reusable notebook t-shirt!

The shirt starts with 2 sheets of blank “paper”.  One on the front…

and one on the back.
Draw a picture or write a note on the “paper”.
Using plain water and a cloth…
make the leg, I mean, the ink, disappear!  This NOTE-able-a-Tee can be used again and again.  Use it to tell the world about a birthday, show off drawing skills or write a note to share!
This is what I used to make the “paper”.
I used a x-large men’s shirt as material and a boy’s shirt as the pattern.
Here are all the pieces, cut out and ready to go.
Wish me luck and head over to I Am Momma – Hear Me Roar to see all the awesome entries!  Thank you Brian for your Photoshop help! 
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  1. says

    Hi, saw your link through I Am Momma. Am I the only one who doesn’t have a clue what the ‘paper’ part of the shirt is? It’s so cool! How did you…uh…what did you…uh…what is it? And can I get some? The possibilities of that stuff are endless!!! :)

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