Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
h a l f b a k e r y
There goes my teleportation concept.

idea: add, search, annotate, link, view, overview, recent, by name, random

meta: news, help, about, links, report a problem

account: browse anonymously, or get an account and write.



Please log in.
Before you can vote, you need to register. Please log in or create an account.

Custom Halfbakery T's

Make halfbakery tees more reflective of one's own style.
  [vote for,

I think it would be cool if you could customize certain thing on the HalfBakery Tshirt. Specifically, I would like to have MY favorite tagline below the croissant tagline on the front, and be able to pick-n-mix which ideas are on the back. Is this feasible?
nick_n_uit, Feb 24 2001

The original idea... http://www.halfbake.../Halfbakery_20Shirt
I believe this is when the T was still only halfbaked [nick_n_uit, Feb 24 2001, last modified Oct 17 2004]

The HalfBakery Tshirt http://www.halfbake...al/merchandise.html
[nick_n_uit, Feb 24 2001]

Custom one-off print shop http://www.cafepress.com
Non minimum runs and the ordering and shipping are automated. [Urog, Feb 24 2001, last modified Oct 17 2004]


       UnaBubba: Sorry, my english is not alway infallible. I've been studying it for less than 20 years.
nick_n_uit, Feb 24 2001

jutta, Feb 24 2001

       I think all regulars need tee-shirts with their screen-names on the front with the croissant. Then you can all show up this summer at my farm for a bar-be-que wearing your tee-shirts so I know who you are :-)
Susen, Feb 24 2001

       There's always magic markers...
PotatoStew, Feb 24 2001

       Jutta: I think degoof's got the idea ^. Post the idea pics, croissant, taglines, etc. on Tshirt. Perhaps allow users to post their own illustrations.
nick_n_uit, Feb 25 2001

       By now, there are about a 15 halfbakery t-shirts out there actually being worn. Owning one is like owning the t-shirt of a convention or party; they're memorabilia of a fairly small group of people, a fairly short point in time, and the thing that makes them special is that someone would actually go through the production process and create an industrial-strength t-shirt for this thing.   

       (Most "iron-on" I've seen looked terrible, and I've deliberately avoided it.)   

       If you just want to make your own t-shirt, use cafe press. If you want to iron-on your name or additional slogans under the halfbakery t-shirt, there's plenty of space, and I won't be able to stop you. If you want me to help with that, you're out of luck.
jutta, Feb 26 2001


back: main index

business  computer  culture  fashion  food  halfbakery  home  other  product  public  science  sport  vehicle