Sunday, June 17, 2007

Freedom Tee



I promised you a pic of our English project so here it is modeled by "waterboy" himself. If it looks like it is swimming on him it is. We had to use a xxl tee in order to fit all of the quotes and passages on freedom. My son did all of the design in photoshop. Then you have to reverse all of the images and type, then print onto tee shirt transfer paper which you can buy at office depot, and then cut out and iron on the tee. I will admit to doing most of the ironing. Well let's face it, most 15 yr old boys do not have great ironing skills. The good news is the teacher loved it and he had fun "wearing" his project into class.
Having computer issues. My new macbook is in the shop and so will be posting on old computer this week. Noticed that on this screen I can only see two columns. Third column has defaulted way down at the bottom.
What can you see? Are you seeing 3 columns or only two. Would love to know if I am dealing with a big problem or just here on my somewhat old screen. Thanks in advance. k

6 comments:

Delaney Gates said...

Oh, what a fabulous project! How creative! Love that. I'm only seeing two columns... Grrr. Technology can be ugly-mean sometimes.

Di Overton said...

I'm seeing 3. Have you checked your resolution? It may be set to be extra large. I had this problem with the type size on my new layout. Some people said it was fine and some said it was too small. Too many different settings out there.

Delaney Gates said...

Now I'm seeing three as well. :)

kstyle said...

Thanks delaney!
I think I fixed the problem. I had to remove my Kstyle bead slideshow from the sidebar. It was too big and causing the whole column to default to the bottom. My wider screen newer computers were okay but my hp was having the issues and I'm sure lots of others. So now I will have to practice and see how I can make the slide show work. Somthing else to try and learn! k

cruststation said...

Great idea for the project, you have a handsome boy :) Everything looks fine over here (3-columns).

susan said...

lovely project! fab ironing skills...