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At last count, there are about a kajillion and three websites where you can upload a photo and have it printed on a t-shirt.
That stuff ain’t new; and this ain’t that.
Kristy’s got a simple and cheap tutorial on how you can turn a full-color photo into a one-color screen print. Use it on a t-shirt, a canvas tote, your walls, chest, it’s up to you.
A great way to make beautiful, customized gifts this holiday season.
p.s. Kristy uses Microsoft Paint in one of her steps, but you can do the same in Photoshop or The Gimp.
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