I love it when I can do a familiar image in a fun and creative way. For this project I used seven of the new Siser EasyWeed iron on vinyl colors, along with a couple of their classic colors to create this dinosaur shirt for a co-worker. This project was really fun since I was able to be creative. My co-worker had sent me a photo of a dinosaur image surrounded by a wreath of flowers and asked me it if was something I could create.
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Lots of colors
Here are the colors from Siser that I used. First I placed the Bubblegum pink circle to allow me center the design placement of the shirt. Next I placed the rings for the wreath in the Coffee color. Next, I placed the leaves in the Apple Green. I wanted to make sure the Black dinosaur image was layered on next so that I could add the flowers and have some of them overlapping into the circle. For the roses, I place Burgundy behind them to pop through the openings between the petals which were cut from the same Bubblegum pink as the center circle. For the smaller flowers, I used Lemon, Pale Blue, Royal Purple and Wisteria,
Look at how the shirt turned out!
Next, I made a dinosaur shirt for her son out of the Fluorescent Green StripFlock vinyl. The soft texture of the StripFlock is amazing!
Here is a close up of the dinosaur so you can see the texture. If you have not tried this product I highly recommend it.
Remember at the beginning of this post I said that there would be a chance for you to win some of this vinyl? If you click HERE you will go to a blog post I did a couple of days ago where I am having a contest. There are still a few days to enter to win so hurry over there and enter now!
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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
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