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More Silhouette Shirts

More shirts made with my Silhouette machine, this time using the smooth heat-transfer material instead of the flocked. Again, I used coloring book pages for the designs, though I tweaked them a bit in Photoshop to get rid of some of the details and make the outlines thicker.
I nearly gave up on the Millennium Falcon — SO many tiny pieces of vinyl to peel away. I accidentally pulled off a large piece with a bunch of little pieces and was complaining to my husband, who told me to get a grip: the six-year-old who gets this shirt is not going to notice. He’s probably right.

This shirt is for my niece who turns six next month and is in a My Little Pony phase right now. Personally, I think they’re a little creepy looking, but MUCH easier to cut out than the Star Wars ship!

I realize I haven’t been posting much lately. My job is getting hectic with all the presidential candidates, and possible candidates, coming through. Yesterday, for example, I spent several hours waiting outside a hotel for this:

1 comment to More Silhouette Shirts

  • Alis in Wnderlnd

    Pretty PLEASE can you write a tutorial on how to make a silhouette cut from a coloring book page? I’d LOVE to surprise my husband with a Star Wars T-shirt! I have an Sil SD, but am still learning how to use it. If you can’t do this, maybe you could direct me where to learn this…I have searched online, but I am not finding the right things. THANK you!

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