Someone recently asked me how I make my t-shirts. Here's how:
Next I put the design into my Silhouette software by creating a jpeg and then using the tracing tool. I hate having to place all the little pieces on the shirt myself (like the middle of the A for example) so I used my knife tool to slice the letters so the middle would stay attached. If you want a closer look at my cut lines you can click on the pictures and they will get bigger.
-it's sturdy, but be gentle when pulling it off the mat
-shiny side goes down so make sure you design is oriented correctly
-it irons onto clothing in seconds
-it peels right off after you're done
Next, I cut a piece of freezer paper and placed it on the mat. Then Violet did all the hard work. If you don't have a silhouette, you can trace your design onto the freezer paper (it's transparent enough) and then cut by hand.
I can't wait to see this on Cameron. That kid makes everything look good.