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August 27, 2013

Tank Top Iron On Vinyl Project

Hello Crafty Friends, 
Sherri here from Sherri's Crafty Place, I am so happy to share with you today, I just LOVE this new Cricut Iron On Vinyl!!!!!
my son's friend ask if I could make her a shirt, She has wanted this shirt for a while so of coarse I said yes....

starting with the iron on vinyl I placed it on my mat, remember shiny side up, and when cutting your image or words out remember to mirror before cutting, the shiny side is actually the transfer tape and the dull side is what you will place onto your shirt, 
She choose her shirt and I ran the iron over it to heat it up, then apply your vinyl
Remeber to put a thin cloth over the vinyl, between the iron and the vinyl, and use a solid surface, and your muscles...lol alot of pressure is needed
and here she is with her new shirt on, I LOVE it, and so did she,
my son and her and a few others were going to see Jason Aldean, and she had to have her shirt to wear....
Thank you so much for stopping by today, 
and if you have any questions about Iron On Vinyl, please ask away, it is sooooo easy to do...



SherriC. said...

Oh My Gosh, my son just told me we spelled Country wrong!!!!! I said to her while we were making it...counrty doesn't look right...she said oh its just one of those words that looks weird...lol I knew it was wrong.....well looks like I will be making a new one, better go change the file...lol

Karon said...

It's fabulous Sherri - I wasn't going to say anything about the spelling cause I thought it might be a new trendy thing for youngsters LOL! It is cool though :-) TFS

Anonymous said...

Too funny! I noticed country and started to email you, but then saw the post above. I am still LOL!


SherriC. said...

I can't believe it, I should not craft after 9 pm, I am to tired LOL

Charlotte C said...

I have not worked with vinyl yet and I didn't understand why you would have to mirror the words if you've placed the dull side down on your mat and you've placed the dull side down on the shirt. Obviously I'm missing something. But I did notice the misspelling and my heart sank for you. All that work.

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Great shirt.... Love it even if it is spelled wrong. Thanks for sharing.

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

Thanks for sharing, Sherrie! Can't wait to cut vinyl soon

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