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October 8, 2012

Design Team: Denise O'Connor Week 14 Term 4

Halloween T-Shirt

If you're like Denise's boys, you can't wait for Halloween! And to show the world they aren't afraid of the Holiday, Denise created two tshirts using Cooler Concepts t-shirt transfer announcing all ghosts and goblings to come out and bring it on!

As you all probably know by now, I am the mom of two wonderful boys. They are my pride and joy and I feel very blessed to be their mom. They cannot wait for Halloween so I thought why not make them some t-shirts to express that! Here are my two little munchkins, Jared and Mason, showing off the shirts that I made for them.
 
 
I used some of Cooler Concepts’ Dark t-shirt transfer film to make these and have to say it…love this stuff. It is nice and thin once ironed on. Now, I wanted to make these using my eBosser of course (because I am addicted) so here is how I did it.
 
First off, I printed some digital paper onto the transfer film. I used Echo Park’s Apothecary Emporium Collection which you can get digitally at JessicaSprague.com. Then I turned to a die from Papertrey Ink called Modern Alphabet (Upper Case). Here is how the die comes.
 
 
It comes on this sheet of magnet and also notice that the letters are attached with a thin piece of metal. The reason for this is that you can break them apart. No tools needed , just a little bending back and forth and they come apart. That means that you can cut only the letters that you need. When you do that, just put them on the magnet sheet for storage so you don’t lose any of them.
 
The eBosser cut the transfer paper like butter and in no time at all, I had all my letters ready to iron onto the shirts. After removing the backing paper from each letter, I laid them out on my shirts. I decided to go with a wonky line up just to add a little interest. Here are all the letters laid out.
 
 
All I had to do at this point was place some parchment paper on top and them iron on. So Easy! My sons loved them and had to wear them the very next day. Jared even told me that one of his teachers told him that she loved his shirt.
 
 
Now to survive the next 23 days until Halloween
 

Denise O'Connor
 
If you liked Denise's tutorial, leave her a comment!
 
 

 

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