Rollerskate Burnout Baseball Tee from WrenWillow
Pug Earrings from Plastique
I have a thing for burnout shirts now. I don't know what about it I like. Softness? The style? Partial-see-through-ness? ::shrugs::
Whatever the reason, when I have a "thing" for something, I tend to amass a collection over a short period of time.
1. I have 6 of the exact same American Apparel acid wash deep v's, differing only in color.
2. I have 4 off-shoulder tops from lamixx, differing in color and fabric type.
3. I have god-only-knows-how-many vintage cowboy boots.
4. When Hubert came into my life, I wanted 4 more little snorty pugs...
...what... shopping problem? ...no...
Back to burnouts, I've got 5 now -- 3 from WrenWillow. I may have my collection, but honestly, I am really loving the ones I have from WrenWillow. The ink is SO SOFT, like it's not even there. I have no idea what kind of ink she uses to print these but it is so incredibly soft. Very different from other screen printed shirts that I have. Considering the price is comparable to other tshirt shops, I'm really impressed!
Maybe you can figure out her secret; she posted her process on her Facebook page.
p.s. I'm not buying anymore, Mom, don't worry. I have to replace the alternator on my car and replacing it is equivalent to a month's rent! Oy. The ONLY downside to living sale-to-sale --can't depend on the same paycheck to come in every two weeks. :(