Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Make a Splash Toddler Tank Top

Woo hoo, Wednesday is finally here!!! I'm so excited to finally share with all of you my super fun summer project I made for Miss Ruthie's summer guest designer series she's having on her September Ninth blog.. I feel so honored that Ruthie asked me to be a guest designer for her.. Well, for my summer project I decided to make an adorable tank to for my daughter.. So, here is how I made my project:


So first, I bought a white tank to from Wal-Mart

To create the image and sentiment on the tank top I used : An Imagine, a Gypsy, Transfer Magic Ink-jet Transfer Paper, Best Friends cart (for little girl image), Create A Critter cart (for "Splash" part of the sentiment), Learning Curve cart (for the rest of the sentiment)

Once you print and cut your design out (Hint: when printing letters make sure to reverse them so the will be right when you iron them on.. Also, I flood filled my letters with coordinating colors.) Place them on the shirt image side down.. Next, firmly iron over your image..



When the image is completely cooled gentle pull the backing off and your done..



Here is my finished shirt :0)



I also link my project here:


Thank you so much for taking the time to visit my blog.. Oh, don't forget the new"Getting Scrappy Challenge"going on right now!! I would love to see you get scrappy with us :0)

12 comments:

MyCuriousCrafts said...

WoW! Love the tee, very pretty...awesome. TFS! ~Shen

C. Camp said...

Great project thanks for sharing this. I have just purchased an imagine, can't wait to play with it.

Linda said...

I love this! It is so cute. One day I hope to get the Imagine. This makes me want one even more! Thanks for sharing!

My 3 E Scrapbooking said...

This is darling Amanda!

Sarah said...

Love this! It's so cute! TFS :)

jen said...

This project is awesome!!! Great job. I wish I had a machine like this...I would make all kinds of things. :) I wish the cricut could do this... :)
hugs,jen

Carrie K said...

How cute! I love it!!

Cristi said...

This is so adorable! I am inspired. I don't have an imagine so I need to figure out how to cut fabric or vinyl. I can not believe I have still not cut either. I think I am afraid, lol. But seriously your shirt looks like you bought it, amazing!
Big hugs
Cristi

ryoon said...

Amazing and super cute! TFS


Rebecca

ally said...

That is too precious! :) Loving it.



Ally


http://www.allyrosedesigns.blogspot.com

Ashley said...

That is the cutest shirt. I want to make onzies with that or freezer paper but I'm so afraid i'll mess up.

Ashley

Staying Crafty said...

That is SO cute!!! I bought some of that transfer paper and haven't played with it yet.