Monday, June 29, 2009

and of course henry the horse dances the waltz.




We designed the t-shirts for the reunion again this year. Last year they looked like this.

Clint wanted to do a circus theme (maybe because it really is like a circus with 60 people there!) so we ran with it and listed each family name as a different act. I was worried about the amount of information, but I think they turned out fun and the whole family seemed to enjoy them.


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UPDATE: All of my family reunion t-shirt designs are now available to purchase here.

16 comments:

  1. how fun!

    i love them.

    i love last years too.

    how much would it cost for you to do this just for me, the hubs and the new babe? oh, and we can't forget the lug. american apparel makes dog tees, fyi...

    that would make for adorable family pics!

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  2. glad that my bob dylan poster turned out to be good for something.

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  3. Oh, Angela, they're awesome. Everything you touch turns to gold.

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  4. I would love family reunions if I could have stylish original t-shirts to go with it.

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  5. I love you so much for your title. That is one of my favorite Beatles songs.

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  6. Whatever...you now have the most stylin' family. i hope they love you.

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  7. i reaaaaally like them.

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  8. these are fabulous! you so impress me.

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  9. fantastic! don't you just love the control and power you get when you have the ability to create it? i know i do. these shirts make me smile. fun, fun.

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  10. What a great idea! I love last years too!

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  11. wow! these are great!!! makes me wanna come just to get one of the tees! =)

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  12. I LOVE it of course!

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  13. These are wonderful!!

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  14. Angela I loved our shirts so much!! Thank you for designing them. I'm guessing the entire Blake family would vote to have you and Clint for our permanent designers. You are so talented! I also love that you are part of the Blake family. I always enjoy our time together. Love,
    Chrissy :)

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  15. I just discovered your blog and I'm devouring it whole. At any rate, this post inspired me to comment and tell you that if you haven't, you and your husband would probably love an evening in to watch a double feature of "The Rape of Europa" about how art was hidden from Hitler during WWII (and attempts/success at finding some of what he did get) followed by "The Art of The Steal" about the outright theft of the Barnes Collection by the city of Philadelphia.

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