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If you create and post a creations based off of mine, please refer (with a link) back to my blog. Please do not use my ideas for files, profit or for contests. Thank you!

My Craft Goals for 2015

My Goals for 2015:

1. Update my goals for 2016 in January of 2016 :)
2. Maximize my crafting time!
3. Keep plugging away at scrapbooking photos!!
4. Learn how to Heat Press!!
5. Have fun!

Thursday, February 5, 2015

100 Days of School Shirt

These two cuties were in my daycare for 5 years!!  They are now in school and mom asked me to make them shirts for the 100th day of school.  I do not have a heat press so I used freezer paper to make a stencil.
I made this design using a font from my computer and some circles.  Mom wanted red and blue so I mocked this up for her to see.

I cut out the image (after I reversed it) using freezer paper.  I put the paper down shiny side up.  I used the Vellum setting on my Cameo.

I carefully ironed the freezer paper on the shirt.  ***HINT fold the shirt in half lengthwise and press so you have a center line.  Then fold your template in half and match up your folds.  This will center the design on your shirt. 
I used red and blue fabric paint and sponge brushes to paint the shirt. 
Once the paint is dry I peeled the template off. 
Here is the final project!
It looks cuter on William and Mallory!!!  Happy 100th Day of School!!


ElizabethR said...

I love that idea, and they are so cute! Elizabeth x

Joan Smith said...

OMG Girl I read your recipe for your brilliant creative idea and OMG you really got super creative and did one outstanding job to say the least and the kiddos look adorable in their amazing shirts. Girl you are so gosh darn talented....I'm in awe over what you did because of the way you did sure wasn't easy...but you truly are ever so clever. YOU ROCK!!

Lori Comeau said...

Nice job on the shirts. Cute models.

Weekend Craft said...

This is so fun that they do this in school now. I don't remember doing it when I was in elementary. Thanks so much for stopping by Creative Spark Link Party last week. Hope you stop by again today!