Turn Artwork into a Shirt!
My daughter is quite the imaginative artist!
I went through some of her sketches and found the mythical Giraffapegacorn!
It's part Giraffe, Pegasus, and Unicorn!
I scanned the image and imported it into Photoshop.
I added a layer and traced the entire image with the brush tool.
(I made a couple changes to help it translate better for vinyl)
This way, it wouldn't be all pixelated.
It could be imported into Silhouette Studio, but it would need some cleaning up.
If you are ironing on text, reverse the image!
Place the vinyl, plastic side down, on the cutting mat.
Settings for flocked vinyl...knife depth of 3.
Then the excess is weeded out.
Gildan sent me some great T-shirts!
Ladies perfect fit, Heavy Cotton...they are soft, and substantial and come in lots of colors!
Carefully iron each edge and line.
Then cover the image with the tea towel again and iron it a minute or two more.
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