Napoleon: It took me like three hours to finish the shading on your upper lip. It's probably the best drawing I've ever done.
Napoleon: Tina, you fat lard, come get some dinner.
Napoleon: I caught you a delicious Bass.
D-Qwon: Welcome to D-Qwon's Dance Moves. Are you ready to get your groove on?Napoleon: Yessss.
Napoleon: Who are you?Lafawnduh: I'm Lafawnduh.
Napoleon: What are you doing here?
Lafawnduh: I'm waiting for Kip.
Lafawnduh: Why are you so sweaty?
Napoleon: I've been practicing.
Lafawnduh: Practicing what?
Napoleon: Some dance moves.
Holy Hannah, I love that movie.
Just for funsies, here is a list of Things I Tried while making the "Vote For Pedro" t-shirt:
- Sewing it with yarn (not good enough)
- Nicer embroidery (yeah.... not my forte)
- considered an iron-on (didn't have any on hand),
- toyed with just writing it on white fabric to sew on (again, not good enough)....
(Have I ever mentioned that I can be a bit of a perfectionist? No? Mmmm. It's true. To the point of making myself insane, really... it's a tossup as to whether it's a good quality or not.)
And here's the really fun part..... did you know you can PRINT on Heat-N-Bond???
You Totally Can.
I found the "Vote for Pedro" logo on the web, reversed the lettering as I would to print a regular t-shirt iron-on, sized it to fit my Napoleon t-shirt, cut out a 4"x6" swatch of Heat-N-Bond and ran that baby through my ink jet printer. Then I fused the Heat -N-Bond to my red satin and cut out a much of it as I could. With tiny fabric scissors. For a loooooong time. Couldn't get the interior of the "P"s, though. Too tiny! It isn't perfect, but it's the best I can do.
Although, I think if I make one of these for myself, I will probably go the easier route and just do it with a regular iron-on, even if it won't look as nice. I'm just a big cheapskate, and geez that took a long time.
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