Thursday, July 9, 2009

Yes, these are fake...

Maybe I've jumped on the breast cancer band wagon a little too much, but I heard this funny slogan and I immediately wanted to make a t-shirt with it. My mom hasn't had her double mastectomy yet (let alone reconstruction) but when she does, I hope she will wear one of my shirts! I'm even thinking about having several printed so she can give them out around the cancer ward to other breast cancer patients/survivors. Problem is, I can't decide which design I like best. Help me out blog readers and leave your vote in the comment section. Which one should I print?

Design 1
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Design 2
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Design 3
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11 comments:

Tuellers in Provo said...

We like the design 1.

Spence said...

I like design 1. The placement of the ribbons has the potential to be very funny.

Cassie said...

I love design two, but I'd change the font for the "my real ones tried to kill me." For some reason it loses a little of the funnyness with that font.

Carly said...

I like #1.

Phil and Jen Singer said...

#1 has the most laugh-appeal, but for those who would rather not have pinky ribbons highlighting the nipple region, I would go with #2. I like the style of the 3rd (especially for a younger crowd), but with all the words it's kind of hard to read. You should start selling these!

the coltons said...

my vote is #2 - i'm not a big fan of the nipple placement of the ribbons :) but that's just me!

aaron and allee said...

Just found your blog today - love it! My vote is for the second design.

Marie said...

definitely design 1...love the ribbon placement....and I would take the ribbon made of words on design 3 and put it on the back of the t-shirt...its a little too busy to have all of that on the front. These are awesome....what about some tshirts for those of us who have yet to join the BC club?

sherry said...

Is there no end to your creative genious? Of course I love # 1. But, like most ladies your mom's age, am too prude to wear it like that. So I vote for # 2. With # 1 for the younger ladies. I want one for my MIL who had to have a double mastectomy at the age of 35. Quite fitting for her, really.

Diane said...

I vote 1.

Rebecca said...

#2, no question. Don't like #1, needs a bigger font and bigger ribbons! Love the shirts.