Never Trust an Atom Funny T-Shirt
Silhouette Cameo or hobby knife/cutting mat
I used a simple font: Impact.
It's boring, but the letters are tall and fit tights, so it is a great font
for doing shirts.
I also found an atom silhouette image.
Just place it shiny/waxy side on the cutting mat and set the blade to 1.
Then have it cut.
Place some cardboard between the layers of shirt.
This way it won't run through to the other side.
I always use a post office box, because I can still mail it--no waste.
You can pick out the insides of the letters and iron them in too...but we opted not too.
It's easier that way and it looks cool.
Then use a stencil brush and fabric paint and daub the letters with paint.
I love it.
This really is my choice of shirts. I would rather use fabric paint than heat transfer
vinyl because vinyl will start to peel off over time and washes.
Fabric paint just becomes more cool with washings.
We gifted this to my brother for Christmas.
Everyone had a good laugh.
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