I’ve just uploaded PART ONE of creating a really cool t-shirt using FREE files from Cricut Design Space. If you don’t use Cricut, I’m sure there are free images online for something similar.
Anyhooo, since I really do love these mountains, I wanted to create this shirt (and at the same time help new folks with their use of HTV).
PART TWO is a demonstration of actually applying the vinyl (in this case Flock vinyl) to the shirt.
Here is my Amazon link to the press I’ve used in PART TWO.
After having a few questions about last week’s video, I decided to make another (and because they are just FUN!).
IN this video, we walk through the process of choosing images, manipulating them in Cricut Design Space and heat pressing the vinyl onto a tee.
Join me!! If you have ANY questions, please ask. Also, if you want to see the heat press I used, I’ve linked it in ‘notes’ of the video.
Remember yesterday when I talked about that really cool site where we could get free designs that could be used for ANYTHING!? EVEN COMMERCIAL use is A-ok!?
Well, today I saw these ekg images that incorporate either a kitty or a pupply and I figured they’d be purrfect for a sweet tee-shirt.
This video below demos the making of the kitty shirt.
If you look at the info under the youtube video, you will find the links to the free files.
I hope you like them as much as I do!!
PS. The site is http://www.pixabay.com
Today I uploaded a video showing how to create your very own trifold card in Cricut Design Space. It’s a lot of fun and a great way to practice using the software. IF you just wanna make the card and want to forGIT about all the learning for now….you can grab my files here: https://design.cricut.com/#/design/86935012
Also the cutting files are here if you want to play along. Tri-fold Shutter Card
Here’s the video.
Click here for free valentine box files.
I’ve been having so much fun playing with paper and cardstock. I hope you’re joining us in our Facebook group (Cricut Design Space with PattyAnne) as it seems I’m able to post there more often than here at times.
For example, I recently posted my version of this beauty. The files for it are from the same link above were the free files are. Isn’t it adorable?
Having fun and livin’ the life! Truly!!
Paddington was fun to make. I did a small version of him BUT I’m imagining a HUGE version of him on my grandkids’ (twins!) walls. CUTE!!
Here are the printable directions. PattyAnnesPlace Using Inkscape to Create an Offset. If there is anything that seems unclear, please let me know and I’ll fix PattyAnnesPlace Using Inkscape to Create an Offsetit PRONTO.
I am having a blast learning to make cute, Cute, CUTE party decorations (or wall decor) with my Cricut Explore machine. Since I didn’t want to have to glue a lot of little pieces, I made the majority of the kitty as a print and cut file and then added her nose and dress??? shorts??? as cut out pieces.
I think I’ll try another! Hmmmm whatever shall I try??? 🙂
Have you tried this yet?