I especially love how the lip print turned out:
That's freezer paper stencil, too. When I was cutting out the shapes, I just made lots of little cuts irregularly in the shape of the lips - which essentially just shredded the freezer paper. So some chunks got cut out and lots of little slices were cut in, and I think it makes the perfect faded lipstick mark. Although I do wish my lines were cleaner on the letters. That's my exacto's fault. I need a new blade.
Here is the only halfway decent photo of mini:
And this one is bug's. The shirt was kind of weird - the pocket placement was pretty inconvenient, but I'm happy with how it turned out. I also designed this in picnik.
The font I used on picnik was a distressed, faded font, and I wanted that look on the shirt, too. So when I was painting the letters in, I used a stipple brush and dabbed the paint. I layered bright green and white. I really like how that looks. I stippled the dog, too, with only dark green. I like this technique because it totally mimics the grunge/faded/distressed look that's kind of cool right now. I'm not convinced that the shiny fabric paint was the right choice (it's on the dog), but overall I like how it turned out.
And here is the only halfway decent shot of bug. He's currently taking modeling lessons from mini: