Wednesday, March 16, 2011


Here is a cute heat transfer Dawn did on her daughters shirt using an image from the silhouette.. Totally cute I think! It's great to expand this hobby past paper! Nice job Dawn

Also WELCOME to our new followers Yolie and Buzzy!


  1. How very fun!!! ( I would love to see directions on how to do that!!) Love it!!

  2. Welcome new followers!!!

    Dawn this is adorable. I am sure your daughter loved it. Looks like Ms. Rhonda wants some directions!


  3. Dawn, soooo cute! I've did quite a few heat transfers but never thought to do any to post -- I'm slipping. So glad you decided to do it; it's such fun and you can create such great projects!!! Everyone should just love this!

  4. Tjis is really cute. More great ideas to create for gifts any time. Have to check into it . TFS.

  5. This looks fantastic! It looks professionally done. Wow!!
    Welcome Yolie and Buzzy!

  6. Hi guys - just seeing this today, as yesterday was crazy! this was super easy to make with the Silhouette, but I don't see why it couldn't be done with any other cutting machine. Here is what I did:
    - I used red and blue smooth heat transfer material sold by Silhouette (
    -Picked my shape to use (well, my daugheter picked it:
    - Size the shapes and REVERSED it in the Silhouette Software (it needs to cut backwards so that when you iron it on, it is forwards)
    - Cut the larger heart out of the red heat transfer material
    -Cut the smaller heart and the big design out of blue heat transfer material
    - The heat transfer material has directions to use it, but basically, you put a cloth over the design and iron for about 60 seconds (cotton setting), one layer at a time.
    And that is it! Easy peasy! They have a printable heat transfer material that I am going to have to get my hands on next! ;-)
    If anybody tries this, I would love to see what you make!

  7. love the shirt really nice looking