Our challenge for you this week at Cuttlebug Challenge blog is to use your Provo Craft products and spruce up a t-shirt. I used my Provo Craft Cuttlebug flower dies. This is my daughter, Julia, trying out her new shirt.
April is Autism Awareness month, so I decided to make a shirt for my twin daughters, Julia & Kathryn. I purchased the shirt at Michael's (on sale for $1.99 this week), and then I went to JoAnn's and purchased a yellow stripe remnant (50% off...only 70 cents). I used Heat n Bond on a small piece of the remnant, than ran it through my Cuttlebug to cut the daisies. The text is computer-generated. Then I dusted off my iron for it's biannual use :) I used the daisy centers as my bullets.
This was so easy! Now that I know what to do (and what not to do...make sure your color cartridge has ink and don't forget that special paper to cover when ironing), I want to make another shirt. I think I will head to Michael's and buy another shirt, but first I will go to Cuttlebug Challenge blog to see what my talented design team sisters made! Be sure to leave a comment when you get there. We are having big giveaways! For details, see my previous post.