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Vinyl T-Shirt transfer

Today is my oldest daughters last day with us before she heads back to school.  She wanted me to make her a T-shirt of a musician I never heard of.  So we designed it using the Gypsy and used the Jubilee font and the Indie Art shapes cartridge.  I cut it out using the reverse feature on the Gypsy and Iron On Vinyl from Print On It. I don't remember what I paid but I got the sample pack which was 5 sheets of 6x12 in Black, White, Green, Blue and Red.  This is the first shirt I did. Let me know your thoughts. Sorry there is no Video to go with it, she wouldn't let me tape her!

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  1. Love it...happy bday to DD!

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  2. looks great, very professional! I LOVE the heat vinyl its so quick and looks awesome!!!

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  3. Oh wow! That looks great ....got to try that!
    Teresa K

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  4. I'm new to your blog and I also subscribed to you on youtube,hope we become great friends.

    Crafty X
    aparicio.family5@yahoo.com

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  5. Hey... you did a great job...
    the shirt looks awesome...
    to pitty there's no head on it :P

    Hugs Anja

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  6. I love vinyl, but have never tried heat vinyl. You did a great job on the shirt!!

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  7. This looks great! I love using vinyl so I will need to give this a try. TFS.
    Lori

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  8. I've not tried vinyl yet, but have some. I need to give it a whirl!

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  9. I am looking forward to trying the heat transfer vinyl. It is in my long list of to-dos

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  10. I love the vinyl and thanks for sharing where you got it. Your daughters shirt turned out great!!!!!

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  11. Great shirts. I want to learn how to do this.

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  12. ohhh heat vinyl.... didn't know there was such a thing.... I will need to get some to try! I love making shirts but I just make them with heat bond and fabric!

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  13. What a great project! Can't wait to try the vinyl.

    krissaxt at yahoo dot com

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  14. hi. I have so been wanting to try this. I got the same sample pack but have been hesitant. Maybe now is the time.
    Burffrau @ aol dot com

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