Before I get to today’s project I want to share with you the newest Silhouette Promotion:

 
To get the above discounts you must visit the Silhouette Bundle Page and add the products to your cart. Upon checkout enter code “733”. 

Silhouette sent me the Heat Transfer Starter Kit to try, which made me super happy because I accidentally bought my son a shirt from Old Navy that said “Little Brother’s Bodyguard”… anyone else see a problem with this? Yea, he doesn’t HAVE a little brother! 

I THOUGHT it said Little Brother’s Bodyguard Service. Shoot. Everytime he wore that shirt around family they would laugh at me, so I HAD to correct the issue. This is the cool part about the heat transfer material, it is easy to customize a plain tee or even a printed tee like my son’s!

I simply typed SERVICE into Silhouette Studio and sent it to cut, using the smooth heat transfer {make sure to mirror the image so that it cuts backwards so that this will appear correctly when ironed on the shirt}.

I cut right below the word SERVICE to save the rest of the material for later and then I peeled up the excess, utilizing the cool little hook that came with the kit. This has become my favorite tool. I use to use my Xacto knife, but that had dangers associated with it (think slipping and cutting your finger, or digging to deep and cutting your mat). 

I used the transfer tape to position the word onto the t-shirt perfectly.

Follow the directions and iron onto the shirt. 
NOTE: Make sure you wash the shirt inside out.
Need more detailed instructions?
Check out the Heat Transfer Starter Kit 101 video from Silhouette:


Want to customize the heat transfer even more?
Check out the PRINTABLE heat transfer material and remember, it’s a BOGO even so use code “733”!
Happy Creating! ~Kim 
DISCLAIMER: I received free product in order to share with you ideas of what can be done with it. All opinions are 100% my own.
 
Kim is a Marketing Director by day and Crafter/Blogger/Blog Designer by night. She lives with her husband, three beautiful children, and shih-tzu, Mushu. You can also visit her design site, seven thirty three – – creative blog design.  For even more seven thirty three fun, like her on Facebook or follow along via Twitter!