White t shirt ideas - Rhinestone t shirt business.
White T Shirt Ideas
- white t-shirts are very important and have many uses, anywhere from free day shirt, rehearsal shirt, cut up for a cleaning rag, cut to wear under the uniform, makes a great pillow or towel if you forget yours on the bus, and much more.
- A thought or suggestion as to a possible course of action
- A concept or mental impression
- (idea) mind: your intention; what you intend to do; "he had in mind to see his old teacher"; "the idea of the game is to capture all the pieces"
- An opinion or belief
- (idea) the content of cognition; the main thing you are thinking about; "it was not a good idea"; "the thought never entered my mind"
- (idea) a personal view; "he has an idea that we don't like him"
white t shirt ideas - Strap Perfect
Strap Perfect Bra Clips Ultimate Bra Strap Solution- 6 Pack Conceal your bra straps with Strap Perfect, a tiny comfortable attachment that works by hugging any two bra straps together at the middle of your shoulder blades. Finally you can wear racerback tops, sports tops and criss-cross blouses without worrying about your bra straps showing. In addition, Strap Perfect works to boost comfort in any bra. This set includes: 6 x Strap Perfect attachments (two clear, two nude, two black) 24 x Strips of Invisible Style tape (for any of your concealing needs)
1:8 Neon Genesis Evangelion - Rei Ayanami "H²-Project: Wet T-Shirt #1"
An original kit (or at least I hope so...) I was able to hunt down at Germany's AniMagic convention in Koblenz, one of two similar kits. Very cute piece - even though simple and easy to build. But the figure's true challenge is to emulate a wet, translucent t-shirt - when there is just solid resin! Luckily, I had a Hobby Japan issue at hand where this kit was introduced, so I had in idea of how to "fake" the shirt, plus the wet swinsuit under it. In the end, I laid down the swinsuit with a very dark blue and added a light gray where the swim suit would not be seen under the t-shirt. Then, a mix of clear varnish and white was added in multiple coats, as if I'd weather a mecha kit, and finally some white highlights were added. After paint was O.K., a semi-matte base clear varnish was applied, and high gloss varnish added from above and from a distance to set glistening highlights, like fresh water drops. Overall, I think the operation was a success. As an addition, I built a 4" by 4" base for display; the surface was modeled with plaster, fine sand added, and as beach details I added a piece of real cloth as a bath towel plus two self-made cans of "Pokka" green tea - my personal favorite when I visit the local Japanese super market. The cans were originally hand-made for a 1:6 scale kit from wood, so they are actually a bit too large for this 1:8 scale kit, but they fitted so well into the scene that I had to use them ;) Its counterpart, kit #2, is still waiting in the closet for assembly...
I'm Compostable - White Organic Cotton T-Shirt
How does a potter end up making t-shirts? It seems like a leap, but it’s really a blend of the creative energy that pottery inspires in me and my passion for a sustainable earth. My husband and I are devoted composters. I can be as dedicated as to gather up all of the compostable food at a picnic with friends, drag it home, and throw the decaying mess into our backyard bin. I created the "I'm Compostable" design in honor of several friends turning 40. The shirt got a good laugh and got folks talking about their composting set ups. I loved the idea that a shirt could get folks talking "trash." Hoping to inspire others to think about the environmental benefits of composting, I decided to make a small print run of the shirts at a green N.C. printer. The shirts are true to their message - they're compostable. Instead of plastisol inks that are mainly liquefied PVC plastic, the lettering is printed with water-based inks that are friendlier to Mother Earth. The cotton is 100% organic cotton from North Carolina. To compost the shirt, simply love and wear it until you can wear it no more, grab a pair of scissors, shred it up, and give it to the worms to make yummy compost for your garden.