Discover simple but very useful tips on how to layer several colors of vinyl by using this cute SVG cut file of a Valentine’s Day gnome.
I admit I am not the most experienced person when it comes to Iron-on or HTV. I made a lot of stuff with my Cricut, but I didn’t really feel the need to try applying vinyl to fabric.
I was wondering why people were doing this.
I have teens, they are not very motivated in having vinyl on their t-shirts.
It was like that for me until I planned a Disney trip.
No, I didn’t make matching t-shirts for the family! I rather had fun making funny and original t-shirts like this one that I made for my husband who’s a Pokemon fan. (You should see him taking pictures with this shirt and ALL the princesses he could find!🤣)
And this is when…
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A gnome for Valentine’s day
Now I have to hold back when I see beautiful files and slow down my brain that can’t stop finding things I could do with them !!!
I just fell in love!
So I decided to take one of the gnomes in the file to make a pyjama t-shirt. Eh hum… MY pyjama! (we really need to make more things for ourselves don’t you think?!)
Since it contains several overlapping colors, I decided to show you how I did it. Always sharing my good moves and above all, my mistakes! (This is how we learn the most!)
Materials and tools you need
Layer Iron-on vinyl
Look at the photo below, do you see my mistakes? It’s subtle!
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