Friday, June 17, 2011

Iron On Super Hero's

my kids have been begging for new shirts, but their requests were things I couldn't sew :)  I had some handy dandy iron on material in my supply drawer, so I thought I'd try that out! 

Printable Iron On Sheets (found at a hobby store or Wal-mart)

We hopped on the internet and each kiddo got to pick out their picture, my Buddy wanted Super Hero Squad, and he was very particular on which characters had to be represented. My Dolly wanted a rainbow, and Hello Kitty, and lucky for us we found a picture with both!

I copied the pictures into photoshop to get them on paper and ready to print. Make sure to reverse the image if there is any writing or anything that needs to be a particular order. I flipped my picture appropriately, but when I had extra space and decided to make some size tags for the kids clothes, I of course for got to flip the sizes, oops!

Cut out the image and place it upside down on your shirt. Iron away according to package directions. I struggled with mine and it has sort of creases to it, but I think it just makes it look vintage and love it :)

Dolly wanted a yellow shirt, so Hello Kitty, who should be white, is now yellow :) 

This was one of the first "shoots" where the kids LOVED to model for me!

Not that you can tell by her face, ha!

He was so excited for a "boy" project!

and the goofiness comes out :)

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  1. Cute!
    I am just reminding everyone about tonights link party that runs Friday evening through Mondays!
    I also have an ongoing give away link party now too.
    Hope to see you soon.
    come strut your stuff

  2. a great project that is sure to bring smiles to little ones. Thanks for sharing on Motivated Monday at BeColorful