She doodled this little guy on a paper...
He's balding and yelling "do it yourself!"
We thought it was hilarious and worthy of a DIY t-shirt!
I scanned her art into photoshop and then traced all the lines on a new layer.
It's just so hard to get clean/crisp lines from sketchy lines...so it was a little labor intensive.
Then I deleted the image and left my traced image.
Saved it off and imported it into Silhouette Studio.
Then it's just as simple as tracing and selecting cut lines.
Now lay out the heat transfer material on the cutting mat.
(I'm using flocked)
Reverse the image if you have text (since it cuts from the backside)
Then have it cut according to Silhouette directions.
My daughter is thrilled to see her work made into a funny t-shirt!
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