I hope your Christmas was wonderful. Here in the sticks we are still in celebration mode.
One more family get together this weekend and we will be ready to welcome 2017.
I meant to share my shirts earlier, but time got away from me.
This year I created a wardrobe of shirts to wear through the last week of work and all the Christmas celebrations. The 2 above were made with Hot Melt and Deco Foil by ThermOWeb.
I simply traced my letters and cookie cutter shapes onto the Hot Melt and cut them out. Then I followed the package instructions to iron it to the shirt.
I chose Red, Green, Gold, and Emerald Watercolor foil transfer sheets to cover the Hot Melt adhesive and, like magic, I had very magical shirts.
This picture was at work with my friend, Vicki.
It was "Tinsel Tuesday" and sparkle was important!
For the other 2 shirts, I rummaged through my closet and pulled a couple of long sleeve tees that aren't long enough for me anymore. (I have a vertical issue with shirts)
Next, I stitched lace to the bottom of them. LOVE!!! and will do this again!!!
I used Deco Foil on the Teal shirt by cutting a dear head out of Hot Melt and using a Champagne color foil transfer sheet.
The red "Jelly of the Month Club" shirt was created by using a certificate on the internet as the picture and a HeatNBond EZ Print Inkjet Transfer Sheet for dark colored fabrics. I simply printed the certificate and pressed it on the shirt following the package instructions.
I wore this one for the "Pretty Ugly Christmas Sweater Day." You could wear a pretty sweater, an ugly sweater, or a pretty ugly sweater. lol. I chose Jelly.
Have a Happy New Year and I'll see you in 2017!!
(unless I finish a couple things I'm supposed to have done)