Show & Tell: Triptych

VistaPrint, the company that supplied me with my blogging cards to take to BlogHer08, sent me an offer for a free shirt. By the time I doctored up the design and got it the way I wanted it, I decided to order a few more (not so free) t-shirts. I gave one to each of my sisters to be walking billboards for this space.

All three of us were in the same town this past weekend, so we all showed off our new shirts (well, due to laundry issues, actually 1 shirt, hence the creative photography).

That’s me, Sheri and Tami.

Yeah, it’s uber-cheesy, as in Velveeta quality. But I have to admit, it’s also kind of cool.

I have two shirts left, both size Medium. If you’d like me to send you one of them and you’ll cover the postal charges, I’ll put one in the mail to you. First two to email me will become honorary sisters (or at least honorary Weebles, whichever you prefer).

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23 thoughts on “Show & Tell: Triptych”

  1. Another big boobed girl here (now with a tummy getting bigger by the day).

    Did your parents give all of you names that ended in I, or did you all shorten them the same way? Did you all dot the I’s with hearts once upon a time?

  2. I LOVE this post, probably because I am in it!

    The only potential down side is that my boobs are such that I DO fit into the shirt. ๐Ÿ™‚

    I love my new shirt! Thank you!

  3. Love the shirts! I would like to be an honorary sister but I know a medium would never fit over my big boobs.

  4. I want one, but I don’t think I’d fit in a size medium. Is that possible? It’s big boob syndrome.

    I love the shirt though.

  5. That is so cool – and yes, I emailed you BEFORE commenting. Lame, I know.

    Your blog is just growing and growing. I’ll happily be a walking advertisment in another state!!

    You want one of ours??

  6. It’s cool, but why is it not on a lavender t-shirt, like your new blog name. When did that happen?! I’m all about the lavender luuuvvv locomotion!!

  7. Cool!

    I’d wear one – but I would need both mediums at least to cover just the front part of me, alas – not from a boobage standpoint alone . . .

  8. Mmmmmmm, velveeta…I have a really great fudge recipe that calls for velveeta. Sounds gross, but it’s really, really good. Don’t knock it till you try it.

    Before emotional eating knocked me a few sizes up, I was a medium…perhaps I will be again one day…big boobs are not an issue in this neck of the woods.

  9. Those are AMAZING T’s! Great work! I would SO wear one every where I went. And if anyone asked I’d say “that’s my FRIEND Lori who has an AWESOME blog! You should totally go check it out!”

  10. *sigh* Big boob syndrome. Must be nice problem to have.

    Me and my itty bitties would happily fit into a medium, but I’m sure the shirts are already taken. You and your sisters look great in them, though!!

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