My daughter LOVES Donald Duck, and she wanted a new shirt to where for Halloween that was Donald Duck inspired but without looking like she was dressed up in a Donald Duck costume.
My inspiration was a Donald Duck card that I made for her birthday this year . . .
I started with a plain blue t-shirt, yellow ribbon, stitch witchery, iron on product and an iron.
Using yellow ribbon and stitch witchery I placed the yellow lines for the border of Donald’s shirt. If you have never used stitch witchery, it is a bonding agent that is activated by heat. When I place it between the ribbon and the shirt and then iron over it, it will fuse them together. I like to stitch things down after I have allowed the stitch witchery to cool back down just to really insure a strong hold.
I used the red iron on T-shirt transfer from Neenah Paper Inc. It comes in 12 x 12 sheets of solid colors.
I cut the bow from the Mickey and Friends Cricut cartridge at 4″ with Real Dial Size on. I did this so that it would cut the bow at a TRUE 4″ and not scaled to fit the overall image of Donald Duck at 4″. For more on using Real Dial Size I would recommend getting a copy of the DVD
Cricut A to Z from Above Rubies Studio.
I ironed the bow on to the front of the shirt and then allowed it to cool before removing the backing. I think that the finished shirt turned out really cute!
And my daughter seems to like it too!
I am entering this shirt into the Anything Goes Disney Challenge at Red Carpet Studio
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