Wednesday, April 11, 2012
A lil' buck baby set (mini tutorial)
reversible pants set. For the onsie I used my new love (which is seriously addicting) heat transfer vinyl. I used my silhouette to cut the deer head and I used silhouettes flocked vinyl in yellow. The cool thing is you don't need a silhouette machine to use heat transfer vinyl. You can cut it with scissors, or a scalpel as well.
sweet reversible pants this time with grey knit on one side and seer sucker on the other. I love the little man flair. So want a mini tutorial on how easy heat transfer vinyl is to use? Careful once you get started it's hard to stop.
Cover with a cloth and press with a hot iron.
Then you are done and you have vinyl design flocked (velvet) or smooth.
The vinyl is smooth and flexible and it is nearly seamless into the shirt, a lot like using fabric paint only fabric paint can get stiff and crusty so I am really liking this alternative and since it is so easy to do I have been adding it to tees and onsies, and a million other things. I know this is really just a mini tutorial and this week has been a little light on tutorials so far, Spring Break has been busy and my kids gave up nap time... what? It's crazy I know I was hoping they would nap forever... Such is life I guess. See you back here tomorrow
Created By Shauna@shwinandshwin at 7:00 AM