PDA

View Full Version : Thnx Renysmom - my Bawb memorial DIS Unplugged shirts Photo is back


aGoofyMom
04-30-2008, 09:25 PM
Thanks to Kelly for the DISign, I have added Missing Bawb to the left sleeve of my DIS Unplugged shirts for next week. I am printing up some temporary tattoos of this as well. Pod Squaders - if you see me in the parks, I will carry extra temporary tattoos...

looking forward to a Dole Whip in Bawb's honor...

http://i190.photobucket.com/albums/z172/aGoofyMom/BawbDisshirtpost.jpg

Donna

magchavez
04-30-2008, 09:30 PM
Those are great! Nice job!:)

MODisFan
04-30-2008, 09:32 PM
Wow! What a wonderful way to pay tribute.

Annette_VA
04-30-2008, 09:33 PM
You did a great job on those. What a great way to honor him.

SamSam
04-30-2008, 09:33 PM
I really like the thought of putting "missing bawb' on my Podcast shirt. Very nice.

kimbac3
04-30-2008, 09:59 PM
Great job! I really like it.:thumbsup2

IWISHFORDISNEY
04-30-2008, 10:12 PM
That is really nice. How did you make the iron ons? I would like to order a shirt and put that on it too.

DisDarling
04-30-2008, 10:40 PM
How do I get one to add to my T-Shirt I just got a couple of weeks ago?
Thanks!

disneycruise05
04-30-2008, 11:09 PM
Great job on the shirts! I would love to add one to mine as well. Would you mind sharing how you did it?

DLBDS
04-30-2008, 11:18 PM
Wow. I gotta say, I'm impressed. They look a lot better than I thought they would. Ok. Spill it. How can we do this too? I've never used iron-on paper before. Did you use a laser printer? How do we get the size like that?

Renysmom
05-01-2008, 06:01 AM
WOW.. I am so gonna cry again....

Those look great... Glad I was able to help.

prettypixie
05-01-2008, 07:16 AM
Very cool, I think I will be doing that as well.

georgemoe
05-01-2008, 07:18 AM
Really really nice job on the shirts.

aGoofyMom
05-01-2008, 07:26 AM
First, I asked nicely and was emailed the large file of the graphic. :goodvibes

I fit the 2 images on one sheet of iron on transfer paper (for light shirts) When you buy the paper, the instructions are included. I use my old Print Shop program to size and place the images.

To iron on to the sleeve - I have an old cutting board that split which I now use for crafts. This is what I put inside the sleeve to have a smooth firm surface. To protect the heat etc, I wrapped a silicone baking mat around the cutting board, followed by a pillow case. All of that gets inserted into the sleeve centred on the shoulder seam. For that procedure I needed help to keep everything together and smooth. Once I had it all in place DH stuck around to help hold everything smooth for the first one but the second one I was able to manage the iron portion on my own.

Donna

luna99
05-01-2008, 07:28 AM
beautiful!

is there a way we could order a temporary tattoo or iron on from you somehow? I'd love to have a few of them when I go to WDW in December!

Ottawacruiser
05-01-2008, 08:00 AM
Just don't forget to print the image reversed so the lettering is readable when you iron it on.

Some printers have the option for iron-ons that mirrors the image for you when it prints.

gomomgo
05-01-2008, 09:14 AM
Very, very nice! Tasteful and respectful as well!

carol1231
05-01-2008, 09:20 AM
Great job!

calypso*a*go-go
05-01-2008, 10:15 AM
I think it just looks great!!! I also love the DISboard logo honoring Bawb and I'm hoping it might be available on a t-shirt as well.

miss missy
05-01-2008, 10:40 AM
Thanks for the idea!! I just ordered shirts the other day in honor of Bob, but now that I see this, I will be adding that to them :thumbsup2 :cool1: I sure hope they come in time.

calypso*a*go-go
05-01-2008, 11:27 AM
I'm not trying to be a downer here, because I truly do love this memorial to our beloved Bawb...but you are using a licensed character along with the DIS Unplugged logo. I wouldn't want anyone from Disney noticing a bunch of these shirts in the park and thinking the DIS is infringing on their trademark as I've heard they're not very forgiving when that happens.

Maybe just to be safe, the DIS Unplugged logo should be removed...just a thought. Perhaps someone that has a better understanding of the legalities involved can give more insight.

BRobson
05-01-2008, 11:53 AM
I'm not trying to be a downer here, because I truly do love this memorial to our beloved Bawb...but you are using a licensed character along with the DIS Unplugged logo. I wouldn't want anyone from Disney noticing a bunch of these shirts in the park and thinking the DIS is infringing on their trademark as I've heard they're not very forgiving when that happens.

Maybe just to be safe, the DIS Unplugged logo should be removed...just a thought. Perhaps someone that has a better understanding of the legalities involved can give more insight.

Good call - I am sure someone will be able to help :)

Renysmom
05-01-2008, 12:08 PM
I have to agree after thinking about this today.. The logo is is something I made very quickly for those of us here to post on our messages to show the Podcast team and Bob's family how many people are here, supporting them, loving them and praying for them while at the same time really missing Bob. I dont think Disney would have a problem they way we are using it here but I dont think it would be a good thing for everyone to start posting it on their shirts, etc.

I think if you wish to add something to your shirts, etc. Maybe the podcast crew can give permission to use the Kahrt Kam Angel that has been showing up. I think that would look awesome on a sleeve.

Maybe they will even put them premade in the store with the proceeds going to Make A Wish or another childrens Disney charity in Bob's name... That though is up to Pete and Kevin.



Kelly

WebmasterJohn
05-01-2008, 02:38 PM
Hey Gang

First let me say that Bob would be thrilled that you are all working so hard to get his name on t-shirts :rotfl:

Here's our dilemma - Mickey is a copyrighted and licensed Disney character. We would not be able to sell a shirt (even at an 'at cost' or not for profit price that the DIS Unplugged shirts are priced at now) with any Disney character on it.

This is one reason why we have asked Will and Corey to come up with some logos honoring Bob that would be for our use and not include Disney characters or branding.

That being said we have no control over what someone would do to their personal shirts after they are purchased. They become the property of the purchaser and you can do whatever you want to them.

We see folks all the time with Disney characters on clothing or used in such a way that you can tell is not obviously officially approved by Disney.

I would think this falls into that category.

If someone ever asked you (which I could not ever imagine happening) you would have to tell them that the logo was added after you purchased it. Also, you could not sell the shirt or anything you made with the logo - which I doubt anyone might.

I will double check with Disney on it but I don't think there is anything wrong with you using the logo on any piece of clothing you have already purchased, as long as it is not resold.

John

BRobson
05-01-2008, 02:40 PM
Thanks for that John :goodvibes

disneycruise05
05-01-2008, 02:50 PM
Quite understandable, John. The logo that Corey and Will came up with looks great. Very fitting.

aGoofyMom
05-01-2008, 03:04 PM
Ok I was not thinking here - the last thing I want is for anyone to get into trouble. Completely forgot about copyright issues - thanks everyone.
:blush:

DLBDS
05-01-2008, 03:15 PM
Ok I was not thinking here - the last thing I want is for anyone to get into trouble. Completely forgot about copyright issues - thanks everyone.
:blush:

I agree with John, however....You're probably the only one at this point to have actually completed the project. I think you should go ahead and honor Bawb and wear them proudly. Again....great job on the shirts.

bettyann29
05-01-2008, 04:16 PM
Thanks John..

Anxiously waiting to hear back as I am going to WDW later this month and would love to sport mine..

zulemara
05-01-2008, 07:54 PM
I think having the Kaht Kam graphic on the T-shirts would be a great idea. I hope you guys offer them before June 1 so I can order one and get it before my trip on June 15th

WebmasterJohn
05-01-2008, 08:04 PM
OK - based on feedback I have recieved (unofficially) I believe the shirts are your property after you purchase and pay for them and they are yours to do with what you wish to personalize them.

Just as long as you do not try to resell them I think we are OK as far as copyright's go. Go ahead and modify them however you like.

Please feel free to add your tribute to Bob to your DIS Unplugged shirt - or any shirt you own.

To quote Bob....They Can't Hit Ya............

John

PS aGoofyMom - Please report the picture of the shirt you made again - I didn't get a chance to see it and would love to.

DVCsince02
05-01-2008, 09:01 PM
OK - based on feedback I have recieved (unofficially) I believe the shirts are your property after you purchase and pay for them and they are yours to do with what you wish to personalize them.

Just as long as you do not try to resell them I think we are OK as far as copyright's go. Go ahead and modify them however you like.

Please feel free to add your tribute to Bob to your DIS Unplugged shirt - or any shirt you own.

To quote Bob....They Can't Hit Ya............

John

PS aGoofyMom - Please report the picture of the shirt you made again - I didn't get a chance to see it and would love to.

John,
Thanks for keeping in touch with us.

aGoofyMom put the sad Mickey graphic on the sleeves of her DISunplugged shirt. It was simple and a perfect tribute.

miss missy
05-01-2008, 09:41 PM
OK - based on feedback I have recieved (unofficially) I believe the shirts are your property after you purchase and pay for them and they are yours to do with what you wish to personalize them.

Just as long as you do not try to resell them I think we are OK as far as copyright's go. Go ahead and modify them however you like.

Please feel free to add your tribute to Bob to your DIS Unplugged shirt - or any shirt you own.

To quote Bob....They Can't Hit Ya............

John

PS aGoofyMom - Please report the picture of the shirt you made again - I didn't get a chance to see it and would love to.

Thanks John! I am sooo gonna put one on my Unplugged shirt for my trip in 2 weeks, I got an email it was shipped today :thumbsup2

side note:
I did make shirts before for myself and my daughter to wear together, Mickey was on them, see them here http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=968152
and I only got compliments, never a question or bad look from anyone at WDW. You can tell they are home made, but still. The one with Jack Sparrow was a hit and I keep getting people wanting the graphics... seems its all ok like you said.

3DisneyKids
05-01-2008, 10:05 PM
Thanks John! I am sooo gonna put one on my Unplugged shirt for my trip in 2 weeks, I got an email it was shipped today :thumbsup2

side note:
I did make shirts before for myself and my daughter to wear together, Mickey was on them, see them here http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=968152
and I only got compliments, never a question or bad look from anyone at WDW. You can tell they are home made, but still. The one with Jack Sparrow was a hit and I keep getting people wanting the graphics... seems its all ok like you said.

WOW Missy! If I learn to do that (is it hard? I am so craft-challenged!) I will never have to buy another t-shirt! :lmao:

calypso*a*go-go
05-01-2008, 10:26 PM
Yea!!! Let the iron-ons begin. :goodvibes I'm sorry if I got everyone worried over nothing...I honestly had good intentions (so please forgive me).

sconnell
05-02-2008, 12:24 AM
Just don't forget to print the image reversed so the lettering is readable when you iron it on.

Some printers have the option for iron-ons that mirrors the image for you when it prints.

Actually, some of them you aren't supposed to do this. Just follow the instructions on the package. :) For those that are interested in more info on how to do the iron-ons or see how talented many of our DISers are, check out the DISigns board.
http://www.disboards.com/forumdisplay.php?f=105:thumbsup2

I want a DIS Unplugged shirt with the kaht kam memorial pic and "they can't hit ya" on it.

Just the regular Unplugged shirt, but on the back, at the top across the shoulders "They can't hit ya!" in that great font they used for Bawb's name and below it a small kaht kam logo. Just about 3.5" or so.

miss missy
05-02-2008, 12:41 AM
Actually, some of them you aren't supposed to do this. Just follow the instructions on the package. :) For those that are interested in more info on how to do the iron-ons or see how talented many of our DISers are, check out the DISigns board.
http://www.disboards.com/forumdisplay.php?f=105:thumbsup2

I want a DIS Unplugged shirt with the kaht kam memorial pic and "they can't hit ya" on it.

Just the regular Unplugged shirt, but on the back, at the top across the shoulders "They can't hit ya!" in that great font they used for Bawb's name and below it a small kaht kam logo. Just about 3.5" or so.

Thanks for mentioning that, I thought of it too. On the paper I use, I do NOT have to do anything backwards :thumbsup2 I buy it off a lady on ebay... she sells to many design people on the DIS, it is commercial transfer paper, nice and thick and no backwards! If anyone needs the seller name, PM me.

tinkbutt
05-02-2008, 01:19 AM
walmart has Iron-ons for like 4 bucks but there is only three or four pages?

miss missy
05-02-2008, 02:04 AM
Yea!!! Let the iron-ons begin. :goodvibes I'm sorry if I got everyone worried over nothing...I honestly had good intentions (so please forgive me).

No need to forgive, you were looking out for us and thats what we do here :goodvibes No one wants to get arrested by Disney at WDW LOL! Although wouldn't that give Bob something to talk to Walt about up there ;) Can you hear him now... Hey Walt, that happened because of ME, yes ME :goodvibes :goodvibes

miss missy
05-02-2008, 02:26 AM
walmart has Iron-ons for like 4 bucks but there is only three or four pages?

they do, I think they are Avery brand, they are ok but do not compare to the commercial ones. These wash and wear longer IMO, and for a tee like the DIS UNPLUGGED, I would only want to use the best ;) These are $15-20 including S&H for 10 sheets of 8 1/2 x 11.

aGoofyMom
05-02-2008, 07:31 AM
Thank you all for sorting this out.

I have had a rather crappy week -just after hearing the news about Bob, my oldest nephew - the Anthony of our family - was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. He is only 12. They are getting it under control. A bit of other added stress from work & I feel like I am living in a soap opera.

I didn't want to start a drama and was beginning to think I had. So - NO DRAMA.

Now then - I have returned the picture & will be wearing them in only a few days!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!(3 more sleeps!) If only I were travelling for longer than just my 4 day weekend.

Donna

TSWJan78
05-02-2008, 07:47 AM
I would love to see the kart turned into a pin... any thoughts?

TSWJan78
05-02-2008, 07:47 AM
Double Post

Cyrano
05-02-2008, 08:13 AM
This is excellent. Would love for someone to PM me so that I could be emailed these :)

LilGMom
05-02-2008, 08:34 AM
OK - based on feedback I have recieved (unofficially) I believe the shirts are your property after you purchase and pay for them and they are yours to do with what you wish to personalize them.

Just as long as you do not try to resell them I think we are OK as far as copyright's go. Go ahead and modify them however you like.

Please feel free to add your tribute to Bob to your DIS Unplugged shirt - or any shirt you own.

To quote Bob....They Can't Hit Ya............

John

PS aGoofyMom - Please report the picture of the shirt you made again - I didn't get a chance to see it and would love to.

So, do we need to get permission from the DIS Unplugged to use the Kaht Angel?


And I love sconnell's idea of putting "They can't hit ya" on the shirt. Might have to add that to a sleeve. :)

miss missy
05-02-2008, 09:11 AM
Thank you all for sorting this out.

I have had a rather crappy week -just after hearing the news about Bob, my oldest nephew - the Anthony of our family - was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. He is only 12. They are getting it under control. A bit of other added stress from work & I feel like I am living in a soap opera.

I didn't want to start a drama and was beginning to think I had. So - NO DRAMA.

Now then - I have returned the picture & will be wearing them in only a few days!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!(3 more sleeps!) If only I were travelling for longer than just my 4 day weekend.

Donna


:grouphug: hope it gets better for ya! Thanks for putting the pic back up :thumbsup2

aGoofyMom
05-02-2008, 09:12 AM
Wow! More great ideas...Ok DH has fabulous handwriting - I am going to take the fabric markers out & write it on the sleeve..."they can't hit ya!"

I don't think I will have time to do much else...at work today & tomorrow night as well - I leave work in time to go home & pack. :goodvibes

calypso*a*go-go
05-02-2008, 09:20 AM
I didn't want to start a drama and was beginning to think I had. So - NO DRAMA.

I'm sorry Donna. :guilty:

I didn't think there would be a problem with just a few people wearing the design...I was worried that this would snowball into huge groups of us showing up at WDW and trying to homestead on Bawb's favorite bench. Didn't want Disney to start a neighborhood watch program! LOL

PS -- I hope ypur nephew is feeling better and can control his Diabetes without too much discomfort. :hug:

miss missy
05-02-2008, 09:21 AM
Originally Posted by miss missy
Thanks John! I am sooo gonna put one on my Unplugged shirt for my trip in 2 weeks, I got an email it was shipped today

side note:
I did make shirts before for myself and my daughter to wear together, Mickey was on them, see them here http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=968152
and I only got compliments, never a question or bad look from anyone at WDW. You can tell they are home made, but still. The one with Jack Sparrow was a hit and I keep getting people wanting the graphics... seems its all ok like you said.


WOW Missy! If I learn to do that (is it hard? I am so craft-challenged!) I will never have to buy another t-shirt! :lmao:

Nah, it's not hard! The printing and iron on part is easy. The graphics are what takes the time... but there are so many who share over on the design board... you could do it pretty easy. Its fun to customize some tees. You must see a lot of families all wearing the same shirts like "The Jones Family WDW trip 2008", they are mostly home made.

Or you can do what my DD does, take a white tee and customize it with fabric pens. Her first tee said "HUGS NOT DRUGS" at 13! I was pretty happy that was her choice of words to wear on a tee! :cool1:

The way I look at it, if it gives a tee meaning... like the Mickey shirt here does, it is sooo worth the time :) You have the Mickey for Bob-give it a shot, I am sure you'll be glad you did. The Design board has a lot of help on "how to's" :)

WebmasterJohn
05-02-2008, 09:59 AM
So, do we need to get permission from the DIS Unplugged to use the Kaht Angel?

Consider this your 'official permission' to use the Kaht Angel graphic on your shirts.

John

Madi100
05-02-2008, 01:21 PM
I would love to see the kart turned into a pin... any thoughts?


LOVE that idea. I was thinking the same exact thing.

LilGMom
05-02-2008, 01:56 PM
Consider this your 'official permission' to use the Kaht Angel graphic on your shirts.

John

Thanks. :thumbsup2

Is the phrase "They can't hit ya" trademarked? :rolleyes: (kidding of course - tend to use feeble attempts at humor during less than peachy-king happy times)