Good Luck Charm!

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Good Luck Charm!
I made a shirt and a darling decoration with the same font!
Easy to make and fast enough to whip one out for tomorrow!
I love fonts! just released this amazing bundle on the 14th!
It's a limited time offer only...but they regularly have fantastic bundles.
Good for just 30 days total.
Get it today for a steal of a price!
They have a free font each week and regular events where fonts are only a dollar.
You also receive the license to use for personal and COMMERCIAL use.
So if you want to sell things using these fonts, you can!

Here's what the Font Collection Volume II includes:
40 amazing fonts!

There are so many good ones.
If you are planning a wedding and need a script font, there are several good ones.
Anyway, I am so excited about these'll see them in lots of future projects!
Here's a fun one, that you can do in just a few minutes and be ready for
St. Patrick's day tomorrow!

I designed this graphic using the Pinsetter fonts (it's a set of 3)
I used 2 of the styles for this...and added a 4 leaf clover silhouette.
Right click to save off, personal use only.
Isn't it so cute!?
Just load the file into Silhouette Studio or other electronic cutting software.
Highlight the areas with the select trace tool.
Up the high pass filter so it is all yellow.
Then click the trace button.
Remove the original print.
Now it's perfect for cutting straight out of vinyl.
Or flip it horizontally to cut out of heat transfer vinyl.
I used bright pink glitter heat transfer vinyl!
Place plastic side down on the mat.
You are cutting out the backside, hence the reason for the reverse image.
Once it's cut, weed the excess material away.
Turned over it looks perfect!
Place on a tee shirt.
Iron at medium heat for a couple minutes.
Carefully getting all the edges.
Peel back the plastic, roll it back over itself.
Looks amazing and sparkly!
Perfect and so cute for a St. Patrick's Day shirt.
Great for any time of year too!
And then I repeated most of the process and cut out of polka dot vinyl
from Party Explosions.
It's super cute!  I love the quirky font and the polka dots.

Then put some transfer tape over the top.
Peel off the backing and place on a painted wood board.
Press and rub with a scraper.
Peel off the transfer tape and enjoy!
So cute, my first St. Patrick's day decoration!
The font makes it!
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