Check out these bright and bold colors from Siser EasyWeed vinyl! I absolutely love them! I used the Siser iron on vinyl line called EasyWeed Lemon Yellow, Sky Blue and the StripFlock Florescent Red for this shirt, and the colors really pop off of the navy shirt.
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Here is a close up to show you that there is texture on the StripFlock Florescent Red. It is a little thicker than the EasyWeed and it has a very soft texture to it.
If you need some new summer clothing, this would be a great way to design your own shirts. Just order some blank shirts from your favorite store and start to decorate. If you are looking for images that are already made into svg files to perfectly cut you can check out my post HERE about finding free svg files. I found this design on LoveSVG.com
If you have never worked with a SVG file that you download from a site like LoveSVG, you can check out my video HERE that will show you the steps to follow.
Keep following me and join my Teach Me Cricut Design Space group on Facebook and let me know how you would use the bright and bold colors of Siser iron on vinyl on your next project.
Make sure to check out my shirt tutorials from the links below, including
Making a Shirt with your Cricut
Layering Vinyl on a Shirt
Multi Colored Layered Vinyl on a Shirt
Print than Cut Image on a Shirt
All HTV/iron on vinyl projects
I get my vinyl from Heat Transfer Warehouse. The carry the best brands and you can purchase large rolls instead of getting small sheets, which ends up saving you money.