Materials Needed: Color Ink jet Printer, Printable Iron-On Transfer Sheet, Scissors, Blank T-Shirt, Tote Bag or Placemats.
My twin brother Jess did the pumpkin illustrations. Let me plug his site, it’s BvFonts.com, you can download all sorts of free type faces and dingbats to use in your scrapbooking and craft projects there. So if you’re into that, check it out.
Make sure you follow the directions of the iron-on transfer paper perfectly. One important thing you should know. You have to mirror the image, and you can do that by selecting mirror in your printers preferences. Otherwise your image will iron-on backwards.
I wish I would have had more time to focus on the T-shirt I made for the above photo. I didn’t have time to shop around for a T-shirt and the one I grabbed was baggy and white. I wanted a pale yellow that fit tighter but I couldn’t find one. If any of you actually make one these pumpkin T’s or totebags (or what have you), send a pic of you wearing it. I’d love to see what you did.