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February 23, 2012

One for the Money!!!

Hey Everyone,
LisaB here from Rather B Scrappin,

Early this month One for the Money movie came out based on the book by Janet Evanovich. I love her books. I went to the midnight showing of the movie. I was planning on buying a shirt for the event but completely forgot until the night before. So off to the craft store I went.

I found these iron-ons at Joanns. It came with 4 sheets of 8.5x11.

I got the shirt at Wal-Mart and cut the images out on the cricut. It was super easy!
In case you guys have not read the books. Joe is one of the main characters and he calls Stephanie Plum (another main character) Cupcake.
The shirt works perfectly as my husband's name is also Joe.

and the back of the shirrt.
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Until next time!

9 comments :

chasing keegan said...

I haven't read the book, is it worth reading? The shirt is cute and how great that it works for the movie and your hubby. I have seen those packs of glitter paper before. Did you find them easy to use?

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

That is too cool! Wonder if Michaels has them too (Joann's is a little off my errands route). Thanks for sharing!

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Great project.... Love that sparkle! TFS

Audrey Frelx said...

Lisa, how cool is that!!! Love the shirt and now I can't wait to get to Joanne's to purchase those transfer sheets! TFS!!!

mforquer said...

Oh my - I love this - what a fantastic idea - and I've never seen those glitter iron-ons!!!
Hugs,
M

Michelle said...

Absolutely perfect - love it.

Pam said...

It looks lovely. Love the words. TFS

LisaB said...

@chasing keegan ~ Yes the books are worth reading if you enjoy easy reads that are funny!!!
I found that is was very easy to use. I just attached the sheet to my cricut mat and cut it out. It was also very easy to attach to the shirt.

Beth said...

This is so cute, I love these books, everytime I finish one, I am disappointed, I want it to go on forever. I was going to do a shirt too, Vincent Plum bail Bonds. Love Love Love your shirt. I still need to see the movie.

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