Monday, March 8, 2010

Target $spot and Cuttlebug who would have thunk?





Good Morning,
We excited to be celebrating National Craft Month with you. Everyday you will find great inspiration with the Wow factor..

I'm Maggie with you to share a fun short tutorial on how to turn a T-shirt from the Target $ pot onto a wow T-shirt using the Cuttlebug and a few items..

Supplies:
Cuttlebug Machine, Flower die cut from Provo Craft, fabri-Tac from beacon Adhesives, Fabric, Tulles, Buttons from JHB, thread and needle.

How to:

1.Cut fabric strip to fit onto the Cuttlebug, repeat 3 times to create the layers.



Now it's time to assemble..
2.Layer the flowers

 


Once you have them assembled the way you want..  then glue the layers together with fabri-tac.


 


3.Thread the ribbon to the layers once the glue is dried.
4.Add buttons to the middle of the bottom flowers.



Voila done, wasn't that so easy???

Here's the finish T-shirt again..





I want to see how you decorate your T-shirts leave us a link and a comment tell us what do you htink of this tutorial?

Have an inspiring day!
Maggie


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9 comments:

Dayna said...

Wow I love those flowers!! And they look fabulous on that shirt. TFS!!!

Helen said...

It's such a cute shirt! Thanks for the directions.

IRW Dana said...

LOVE the T shirt. SO very creative! Thanks for the inspiration.

Kim. said...

Superb looks like a high priced top now, wonderful idea.
Kim xXx

Juliet said...

Wow. What a great project!

Natalie said...

Hi Maggie! This shirt is AWESOME! Nice work!
I won your From the Kitchen cartridge and sent you a couple e-mails...just wanted to make sure you got them! If not my email address is nnrieck@columbushosp.org
Can't wait for the cartridge!!! Thanks again!!

chriswooten57 said...

wow maggie now tonight i found you on cutting above. i did not know you were here too. i thought you were only at cuttlebug challenge, lol. you get around girl and make me dizzy for this newbie trying to keep up with you, lol.

love the tee shirt.

I do not have a cuttlebug. I could sure use one, hint, hint.

chriswooten57
mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com

flowerdisco said...

i have to try this one. Thanks for the tut.

FitterTwit said...

Maggie.. this is AMAZING! You just got yourself an award! http://fundamentalchange.blogspot.com/2010/03/bunny.html