Monday, April 20, 2009

Creative Juices

I recently stretched some creative muscles on VistaPrint.com and created some t-shirts. My ultimate goal was to create encouraging and uplifting shirts I could wear to the gym to uplift myself and those around me. I actually wanted to play on the "The Biggest Loser" theme for my sister and I, but decided to head this direction instead.

I'm proud of my creations. I may not be able to paint/draw what's in my head, but I'm pretty good at computer art (visually knowing how to make things look good). This was a fun project and relatively inexpensive as well. I don't know if you've ever used VistaPrint.com or not before, but I encourage you to check it out. More often than not, you'll find exactly what you're looking for and more. What do you think?







3 comments:

Melissa said...

Very cool.

Rachel said...

Those are awesome! I love it!

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