Friday, April 19, 2013

DIY Man Apparel

A few weeks ago I received a package from Cricut in the mail with a couple of white t-shirts and some of their new iron-on vinyl. The challenge? Create something wearable. I decided to make something for each member of my little family with the supplies (more projects to come!) I thought my husband's look would be the hardest, but it turned out to be the easiest.


Isn't he dashing? I'm one lucky gal.

I initially cut out a large bike from the iron-on material for the shirt's design. But when I laid it out on the shirt, it was too literal for me. The pieces cut out of the bike were far more interesting. 


So I threw caution to the wind and ironed on the negative space pieces. I love the results.


 Best of all, the hubby loves it, too.


3 comments:

  1. I LOOOOVE how you used the negative space pieces you're right that is so much more interesting.

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    1. Thanks Marissa! Isn't this Cricut contest fun? Everyone's projects are awesome. I love the dress you made for your little girl. So creative.

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