To produce this sweatshirt you’re going to need this cut file, red, golden yellow, and light grey felt, black Daily Iron-on, white Glitter Iron-on, some small pom poms, and a clear bowl. How you adhere everything to the sweater is completely approximately you.
Action 1 – Eliminate all of your images. You’ll cut Ho Ho Ho! and the snowglobe top and base from felt (we used red, light grey, and golden yellow). Due to the fact that our felt is not backed we utilized the Rotary Blade in the Cricut Maker ® to make cutting a breeze. When those were cut we utilized the fine point blade to eliminate our sleigh and reindeer out of black Daily Iron-on and our snow scene out of white Iron-on Shine.
Action 2 – Utilizing an EasyPress 2, push your Iron-on onto your light grey felt.
Step 3 – Connect whatever to the sweater. There are a number of alternatives you could utilize for this job and we used a couple different ones. The first thing we did was place our snowglobe onto the shirt right where we wanted it and then pinned it in place. Then we gradually sewed around the edge to attach it to the sweater using a stitching machine. Due to the fact that our specific sweatshirt is VERY fuzzy we didn’t wish to gamble that heat n bond would not stick to it. Once we had the globe stitched in location we utilized a hot glue weapon to adhere a few of the pom poms to the snow scene so even when all the others were settled to the bottom of the globe you would still get the * snowing * look we were aiming for. As soon as those were dried we added a little handful of poms to the middle of the scene and after that utilizing hot glue (in little sections so it wouldn’t dry,) we connected the bowl all the way around the circle (ensure you put something between the front and back of your sweatshirt so you don’t unintentionally glue it together. I used the Iron-on Protective Sheet and it worked remarkable, no sticking at all). This worked even better than I had actually pictured. There was extremely little glue that showed around the outside of the bowl which was excellent.
When the bowl was totally followed the sweatshirt I completed adding the other pieces. Because I had already used hot glue to connect the bowl (and let’s be honest, that bowl is keeping this sweatshirt from being maker washable in a huge way) I decided to go ahead and use hot glue for the remainder of the pieces. I laid each piece out where I desired it to be and after that using hot glue just did half at a time to help keep the pieces in place.
I’m sort of consumed with how perfectly awful this sweater turned out! If you want to recreate this look I found this bowl for about $2.50 at Walmart, it features a cover that has a fork integrated in so I think it remained in the lunch materials location. I double attempt you to use this t-shirt and NOT shake the bowl at everyone you walk previous so they can see your snowglobe * snowing *, it’s addicting!