Last night I made the Wonderkid's t-shirt for St. Patty's Day. I was feeling very together since I have another two days before he needs to wear it. This is what I ended up making.
The shamrock is from a shape card I won from The Cutting Cafe. Regina has some fantastic items in the store. I'm especially happy with her sentiments in a circle and some of the background papers. The shamrock originally had a mirror image attached to it but I "hung" it off the edge of the mat and only cut one shamrock.
I would have preferred a different color of green for the shamrock but I ran out of the dark green. As soon as I'm done with this post I'm off to order more Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV) from Nick at CraftVinyl.com.
The "100% Green" and the recycling symbol are from the Spring Holiday Cards cart. A little hint if you are cutting it out using vinyl or just looking for the "off cut", put a smaller box around the design so you don't waste all of your vinyl.
Here is a screenshot of what I mean.
The other reminder, don't forget to flip your design when using HTV. You will be cutting on the "wrong" side which is the side that is less shiny.
For this shirt the white layer went down first, the green layer was next and the black was the final layer. The Wonderkid has already given this shirt his approval. He told me this morning it is "Bootiful". I was afraid we would have a fight about whether he could wear it today or had to wait. Delayed gratification is not his strong suit. I wonder where he gets that?
Pop back tomorrow for a couple of cards (I think I'm going to be up to my ears in green this week) and maybe a banner or some fun stuff for this weekend's Farmer's Market.