Friday, October 26, 2012

Fab-BOO-lous T-Shirts

These shirts were so fun to make!

The Fab- and -lous are Iron On T-Shirt vinyl and the boo is appliqued fabric.
I cut the letters out of thick cardstock and used that as my pattern to cut the fabric and then appliqued it on the shirt.
Then I used the Iron On T-Shirt Vinyl to cut out the rest and ironed it on. I ordered it from Expressions Vinyl and it worked beautifully!
One thing you HAVE to remember when you use the iron on vinyl, you need to right click on your image and then click "Flip Horizontally" for it to be the mirror image. When you iron on the adhesive side then it's right side up.
Our local grocery store had a carnival type thing last Saturday with free food, pumpkin painting, face painting (hence the cheeks) and tons of games. The girls had a blast!
Don't they look so sweet and innocent there? Don't let them fool you, here's some more pictures.
There's the Triniti and Tierni I know and love!
And speaking of Tierni (the 4 year old), here's our newest "Tiernism" that went on in the backseat of the car on our way up there:
Tierni: "Grandma, I'm in preschool now and can spell my name all by myself. T-I-U-R-N-I"
Triniti: "Tierni, how many times do I have to tell you? It's T-I-E-R-N-I"
Tierni: "Grandma, tell Triniti it's my name and I can spell it any way I want to!"
I changed the subject.
Happy Friday!

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Terri D. said...

A very fun post with adorable models! A great project! Thanks for sharing!

Suzy said...

Terri, I'm stopping by from Sew Many Ways, Friend Friday to see your adorable t-shirts. How do you get those letters appliqued so smoothly! Love the grands conversation on name spelling! Cute!

Whimsical Woodland said...

Hi, Terri

Just wanted to share my Halloween shutter with you. Thanks to you for the inspiration with the bunny shutter I am now addicted to restyling a shutter for every holiday!

Happy Halloween!

Whimsical Woodland said...

Now to remember to leave a link, sheesh-

Jill said...

Cute t-shirts and gorgeous girls!!

Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a fabulous week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success

Agy said...

The girls look adorable in the t-shirts. Such a great idea too!

Bonny Yokeley said...

These look adorable!

megan {homemade ginger} said...

Cute shirts!! And the models are pretty adorable too! :)

Design Originals by KC said...

Found you on Sugar Bee... thanks for sharing such a cute project with great models for your wonderful work! Love you blog and pinned your shirt! Kathi

J's mom said...

I love this. Please link it to my linky party & anything else you have to share. :) Thanks, Peggy.

Mandy @ Sugar Bee Crafts said...

Thanks for linking to Take-A-Look Tuesday over at Sugar Bee Crafts - you were featured today!
- Mandy,

Lisa/Fresh Eggs Daily Farm Girl said...

I just found you via Fancy this Fridays. I love this idea and would love for you to come share at my Farm Girl Blog Fest:

Fresh Eggs Daily

Ganesh kartik said...

This is so cool! thanks for sharing

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kelvin tuther said...

That tutorial makes my mind to do different things with my t-shirts i regard you for that.i must follow your ideas.

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