A space to display my handmade cards and crafts!

Friday, July 2, 2010

Two more freezer paper tees

Well, I've been at it again!  I have not made one in a while, but yesterday I made these two.  One of my  boyfriend's co-workers became a father for the second time in 2 years, so here is what I made for the gift.  I used Create a Critter for the boy's and Once Upon a Princess for the girl's shirt.  The boy is the newborn, but I didn't want to leave out their 2 1/2 year old daughter when handing out presents, so I ended up doing a theme here.  I chose the lion because the family's last name is King, so I did a little play on words with the lion being the king of the jungle and all, lol.  For the princess, I used the Tulip Fashion Washable glitter, and I hope it stays on when I wash it!  Anyone else ever used that stuff?? 

Anyway, these took a while because of all of the different colors involved, as I did each color separately when the preceding dried.  I may add some iron-on patches just to finsih it off, but this is what I have for now.  Thanks for visiting!


  1. I love them, too cute? How did you make these?

  2. Thanks, Amber!! I actually made a video for this technique a while ago, so if you go to the right sidebar and scroll to the labels section, click on "video", and the post will come up for you with the video! Thanks for asking!

  3. Those shirts are just adorable. I haven't done any vinyl or transfer projects with my cricut yet, but it looks like fun. I just got my cricut in January and just started a blog and I always like finding new blogs and getting more inspiration. Thanks for sharing.


  4. omg!!! you ROCKED these t-shirts!!!!!! too-cute!

  5. The Tulip wearable glitter will stay on through the wash just as long as you applied it with the Tulip Glitter Bond adhesive. This special adhesive is sold right alongside the Tulip glitter. I use it all the time and it is FANTASTIC!

    VERY cute project! Thanks for sharing!


I appreciate your comments, so THANK YOU!!