And the Wine Charm Giveaway Winner!
We had another 3rd birthday party to go to this past weekend, a princess themed one to be exact. So, I thought I’d use it as a chance to have a little more fun with T-shirt vinyl and rhinestones and make the birthday girl her own, very personalized tee.
I started with a cute girls’ tee from Old Navy – I’d show it to you but it’s not on their website anymore – why are plain kids’ tees so hard to find?! Then, I used the rhinestone template I created when working on my Queen Farmer Hat. Well, to be precise, I used the first template I created that was too big for the hat 🙂
I wanted to jazz it up a bit more so I free-handed a heart in the center and later aded pink jewels to the points.
Next I cut the word “Princess” out of pink glitter heat transfer using Silhouette Studio and the font Lavanderia Sturdy. I went with the lighter Lavanderia Regular and Lilac vinyl for the princess’ name. Then, I laid everything out on the shirt using a clear ruler to get things just so.
Then I carefully ironed each piece on one at a time, finishing with the crown so it would sit on top of the words in a few spots. The final result was just as I’d hoped it would be – fit for a princess!
And finally, the winner of the Shabbat Wine Charm giveaway is…Tina David Konegan! Mazel tov Tina! Email me your address so I can get your prize in the mail!
Adorable, great to see you crafting for birthdays, it really makes great lifetime memories for the kiddos! Thanks so much for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!