We just celebrated my son’s first birthday with an ice cream party. I will be sharing more of the details soon (you may have seen some sneak peeks on instagram), but for now I wanted to share a t-shirt I made for my son to wear at the party. Plus – at the end of this post you will find 30 more great Silhouette projects made by some blogger friends with their favorite materials.
I made this shirt for my son using flocked heat transfer vinyl. I have made plenty of t-shirts for my kids with freezer paper, which is great, but I love heat transfer vinyl for its simplicity. I made this shirt in about ten minutes flat. Simply cut, weed out the negative space, iron the design onto the shirt, and peel back the plastic to reveal your design.
So simple. And so cute!
Want to Check Out More Silhouette Projects?
My Silhouette Challenge buddies and I are all sharing projects on our blogs today, so peruse the projects below for a wealth of Silhouette inspiration!
1. Just a Girl and Her Blog // 2. The Frill of Life // 3. A Time For Seasons // 4. The Thinking Closet // 5. Ginger Snap Crafts // 6. Grey Luster Girl // 7. Simply Kelly Designs // 8. Home At Eight // 9. Please Excuse My Craftermath… // 10. My Paper Craze // 11. Mama Sonshine // 12. Practically Functional // 13. Adventures in All Things Food // 14. Two Purple Couches // 15. Dragonfly & Lily Pads // 16. Sowdering About // 17. Cutesy Crafts // 18. My Mom Made That // 19. Pitter and Glink // 20. Pineapples And Pinecones // 21. Dream a Little Bigger // 22. McCall Manor // 23. TitiCrafty // 24. unOriginal Mom // 25. Persia Lou // 26. Lil Mrs Tori // 27. Home. Made. Interest. // 28. Sandpaper and Glue // 29. Silhouette School // 30. Creative Ramblings // 31. My Favorite Finds