Little Boy Onsies

Have you tried Fabric Transfers with your SVG Files yet?
Today it is my turn over at SVG Attic Blog
It is so easy to create a custom T-shirt!
In fact I made 3 Onsies for my little grandson in almost no time at all.

Let me show you how easy it is...

First pick a card from SVG Attic. 
For the Dinosaur tshirt I used the birthday card from JGW Dino Party Kit

JGW Dino Party Kit

I am using Silhouette Design Studio but you can also use Cricut Design Space as well

1. Open up the Dino Birthday card
2. Ungroup and delete the words and all the card pieces

3. Fill all the pieces you are going to use with color

4. Layer the pieces (you may have to arrange some of them so they are front to back)
5. Select all the pieces and group together.
6. resize if needed.
7. Turn off the line color
8. Create an offset of .125"
9. Mirror the image- I forgot to do it on the dinosaur and it was ok but if you have any words make sure you do it!

(I missed taking pictures of the next couple of steps with the dinosaur but I will show you with this one)

10. Turn on your Registration marks
11. Print to the front side of  Fabric Transfer *Do not use the Tshirt Transfer Setting on your printer if you have it- it will flip the image and your registration marks will not line up.
12. Cut by using Advanced> Cut by line Color and selecting only the red (outline)

13. Weed out the negative spaces

14. Prep the shirt by pressing it for a few seconds to warm up.
15. Place the Transfer Material face down on the tshirt
16. Follow directions on the back of the package, use an iron or a heat press to apply the transfer
17. When it has cooled down remove the paper backing.

Now you have a fun shirt to share with someone special (or make one for yourself)

Here is a up close look of the  other two Onsies I did.

use the cards from the JGW Work Zone

JGW Work Zone

and the SDS Ready For Take Off
SDS Ready For Take Of

and Fabric Transfers
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I hope you will give this a try, but fair warning...Its addicting!

Tracy Rushton

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  1. I am so loving this idea! I never would have thought to use those fabric transfers in conjunction with my Cameo. Thanks for the inspiration!