Wednesday, July 5, 2017

WOYWW #423

Happy Wednesday and WOYWW! We are finally on our way today to Las Vegas to celebrate our son's wedding on Friday! I can't believe it's finally here! I'll post some photos when we return. Since the newlyweds are heading to Orlando for their honeymoon, I made some newlywed shirts for them. Their main goal is to go to Universal Studios for the Wizardly World of Harry Potter. I'm so excited for my son because he's a huge fan and it's gonna knock his socks off!

My work area is not too bad...
There is leftover iron-on material on the top left corner otherwise a pretty clean desk!

The shirts...
This is the first time using the iron on material on my Cricut. It was so easy!  The main thing is to remember to reverse the image before cutting.

I made freezer paper stencils for the Disney shirts and sprayed bleach for the effect. Black may be too hot over there, but I told them they can cut the sleeves off if needed.

All of these images were free images from the internet that I converted into cut files on the Cricut Design Space.  It's so easy to do!

Now that you've seen my work area, click on over to the Stamping Ground to peek into work areas from around the world.  Feel free to post your own desk in the linkage.  Have fun, be inspired, learn something or just be nosey!

Countdown to Wedding:  TWO days!


  1. Amazing idea - the Tee's look fantastic :)
    Have a wonderful time away...
    Have a wonderful Wednes-YAY!
    Bubbles #7

  2. Happy WOYWW #422 thanks for sharing xx Jan (31)

  3. hope the wedding goes well and I look forward to pictures next time maybe. the tshirts are great! helen #1

  4. The T-Shirts look great, even better that the images were free! Have a great woyww and a happy crafty week, Angela x16x

  5. My DD is also a HP fan, she would love these T's! But not so sure of her BF, may not be for him! They are all very cute! Congratulations and best wishes for the happy couple! Thanks for sharing (sorry I'm late!) Lindart #37


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