It’s been three months since I made a sheet of stickers using inkjet vinyl from eBay and even though I had big doubts, it’s fair to say to say it works. this one has been on my shed door through snow, ice, rain & even a little sunshine and it still looks good.
A friend of mine recently asked if I could have a go at making a sticker for a Vintage Wolf Grinder he was restoring. It was tricky finding a suitable image to use as a template but after a little tinkering and some layering of vinyls, he was pleased with the result and sent me a photo of it in place.. and I think it looks ace!!
I’ve had this one queuing for a while but what better excuse to set it up than Spring?
Added wonderful / horrible soft wheels for the rough lockdown spot.
Wood: World Peace, 8.25.
Wheels: OJ Plain Jane Keyframes, 52mm 87A.
I recently posted that “One of my all time favourite T-Shirts is nearly dead and I’m going to try and screen print my own tribute“, well here is the try and print.
I need more practice with registration, but I think the imperfections make it look more DIY.
Fruit Of The Loom Tee, vinyl stencils and some Permaset Aqua inks.
The bottom picture is the old and new together.
I bought some inkjet vinyl sticker paper recently and thought tonight would be a good chance to see if it is as good as I hope it is. First impressions are good.. although my printer quality and die-cut skills let things down slightly.
I stuck one outside on my shed door to weather test it and it just started snowing..
One of my all time favourite T-Shirts is nearly dead and I’m going to try and screen print my own tribute.
I’ve not screened more than one colour before so this will be interesting.
I’ve had an idea for a little project. One of my all time favourite T-Shirts is nearly dead, so I’m going to try and screen print my own tribute.
Re-stretching these screens in preparation.
The best worst bits from my Instagram posts in 2020. Mostly filmed next to or nearby my home due to COVID related shenanigans.
I owe you 53 seconds.