Since I have to work on Christmas Eve I thought I would make a Christmas t-shirt to wear to work instead of my normal JoAnn's polo shirt. You know, to get into the spirit.
I got the t-shirt at work and used my Cricut to cut some iron-on vinyl to dress it up.
The caribou is from "Teresa Collins Holiday Silhouettes," cut at 9" from glittery black iron-on vinyl. The snowflakes are from "Teresa Collins December 25th." The smallest one (upper left) is cut at 3," the middle sized one (bottom) is 3 1/4," and the largest one (upper right) is 3 1/2." The bow is from "Rock Princess." It can be found on page 45 of the handbook. I only used the layer 1 (shift) feature and cut the bow at 2.15."
Here is the back of the t-shirt:
The sentiment on the back of the t-shirt is also from "Teresa Collins December 25th." It was cut at 7."
I also added a little something to the sleeve:
This is also from "Teresa Collins December 25th." It was cut at 2 1/2."
I am entering this in the following challenges:
BBTB2: anything Christmas
Scrappy Moms Stamps: anything shiny or glittery