Thursday, May 3, 2018

CTMH May Stamp of the Month

Hey Guys!

Check out the May Stamp of the Month. You can get this stamp set for only $5 with a $50 purchase in the month of May (while supplies last).

I am LOVING this jar stamp. There are so many cute things you could make with it. I LOVE mason jars too!

You can shop the stamp of the month HERE.

Happy crafting!

Monday, April 23, 2018

Retiring SE 1 paper packets

Hey guys!
Today I wanted to share with you the retiring paper packets. All four of these paper packets will retire at the end of April 2018, so hurry and get them while you can!
Chelsea Gardens


Gimme Some Sugar

Make Waves
You can shop these paper packets HERE 
Happy crafting!

Saturday, April 21, 2018

Using Iron On Vinyl

Hi guys! I've been trying out iron on vinyl, and I want to share it with you! 
First I started by ironing my shirt on top of a hard surface. I used my counter. It's important to use a hard, stable surface such as a counter. Tables and ironing boards for example can move and allow you to not get a good heat bond between your vinyl and shirt.

I used a onesie this time!

Next I peeled the negative space away from the image I wanted to iron on.

And this is what I was left with. It's in reverse (a mirrored image), but will iron on correctly.

Next I placed a plain pillow case over my image in pressed with my iron for 15 seconds. I did this two times.
My iron was set to NO STEAM and the heat dial was set in between cotton and wool.
When pressing down, it is a pressing motion, not an ironing motion. There is no ironing motion used. This is very important to note.

Here is my image after the heat was applied. I removed the carrier sheet which is clear in color.
Finished front of the onesie.
And I repeated on the back of my onesie too!
I made this onesie for my babe to wear at a Close to my Heart event. The team I am on is called,  'creative crew'.
I LOVE how this onesie turned out!!!
Items used:
Heat transfer vinyl
Pillow case
Items to note:
Use a counter for the heat transfer.
Use a pillow case (cloth) between the vinyl and iron when applying the vinyl to your shirt.
Iron setting needs to be between cotton & wool.
Iron need to be set to NO STEAM.
Press the iron down, apply presser in a pressing motion.
Do not use an ironing motion.
Apply heat (your iron) in 15 second intervals.
Wash shirt inside out & hang to dry to prevent the vinyl from peeling off the shirt.
Thanks for stopping by! Happy crafting!