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Friday, March 3, 2017

Harry Potter Shirts with HTV and Freebies!

 Harry Potter Shirts with Heat Transfer Vinyl!
These shirts are so much fun.
I love the way Sugar Bee Crafts used baseball shirts, so I copied completely!
~shirt links at the bottom of this post~
I helped a friend put these together for her family vacation to California last month.
They posted a picture of the family wearing them at Universal Studios.
So much fun!
 If you want the files I designed, click here.
Just right click to save them off, personal use only.
Then pull them into your electronic cutting machine studio and select the trace area.
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Don't forget to reverse the image horizontally before cutting.
Place the heat transfer material plastic side on the cutting mat.
Then cut.
See those delicate little lines!?
 Peel away and weed the excess vinyl.
 Get all the little inside pieces too!
 This is a tad tedious, but it goes fast.
 Place on the shirt, plastic side up!
 Cover with a tea towel and iron on high for a few minutes.
 Then remove the towel and lightly iron on the plastic.
Do not let it sit in one place long or it will melt.
 Let the vinyl cool slightly and then peel back the plastic over itself.
 Then cover with a tea towel and iron again.
 Repeat a million times.
And with glitter vinyl too!
 Awesome look!  I love the baseball tees with the vinyl!

These baseball tees are perfect for kids




And these ones for adults!




These for a more fitted lady



Baseball or Raglan tee's can also be purchased at sporting goods stores!
 Perfect for a family trip to Universal or just for fun!
Again, it's easy to make these shirts,
I did all the work for you!
Click to get the files here






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1 comment:

Meghann Titensor said...

Hey Gnat, ;)
I love these! My Ali is a huge HP fan! where did you get your shirts from? I would love to make some of these for her!
Thanks,
Meghann

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