Discussion in 'Creative DISigns' started by M_I_C_K_E_Y, Jul 25, 2011.
Thank you Amy!!!! Awesome job as usual will you please do me a pair the name Deb? Thank you
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I think I did a poor job explaining what I meant. So sorry if I am being a pain! When I refering to the sparkle, in my mind I was thinking of a glittery red filling inside the lettering of her name(I hope that makes sense). If that isn't possible the plain red is just fine without the sparkle surrounding the letters (it blocks to much of the adorable Toto). Also, would it be possible to leave the frame off the design completely? Sorry I am being so specific. I appreciate your patience with me! Thank you.
Thank you! I really appreciate it!
Here is what I worked on for you - I hope you like them...
Ohm ghosh Amy they are wonderful thank you so much
Link Sent! Here are your requested designs...
Here is your requested design...
I am so glad you like it Marilyn! Have a great Easter!
I do not sell light iron on transfers nor can I recommend a brand as the dark transfers are the only ones I use, even on white shirts.
There are a few ways you can cut out text with a dark transfer. The easiest way is to put the text in an easy to cut out shape like a circle, square, etc..
Another way is to cut 'loosely' around the text. What I mean by that is to cut like cloud or bubble shape around the text, so in effect cutting around the text with a thin like border around it.
With either of the above options you could use a white background behind the text or try to match as closely as possible the tshirt color. This is what I normally do and have had pretty good results.
Lastly, especially if the letters are large and chunky, you could cut out each individual letter and place on the shirt. This can be very time consuming but the results are fantastic!
There is one other idea, but this requires the use of a Cricut machine. I got this idea from a fellow DIS'er and it works great. You can use the Cricut machine to cut out your letters and then iron on. If you want them white, simply put the blank sheet through the machine. If you would like a colored text, simply print the color on the sheet in a large block or two or whatever is needed and then cut in the printed areas. The hardest part about doing it this way is peeling off the backing paper. (because you cannot do the pre-peel before cutting)
Hopefully this helps!
Here it is all fixed up...
I am planning on taking my son to Legoland and was looking for a T-shirt design to print on a shirt for him.
His name is CHRISTOPHER.
(Would like something square not just a name fill)
Here are your requested designs... the only ones missing are the shamu name 2 designs that you indicated the date to be July 2012. I wanted to be sure that you wanted 2012 and not 2013. Let me know and I will finish up your requests.
I am glad she loved them!
I made one of each, hopefully that is what you had in mind...
Hopefully this is better...
You are very welcome!
You are welcome - I am glad you like the way they turned out!
Yes, I did want the 2012 date. They went there last July, and I'm making them a keepsake book. I appreciate you asking. Thanks ever so much, the boys will love the minecraft namefills. I am sure I will be back again soon. You have so many wonderful things to choose from.
Once again thank you, thank you
Lois (Nanny 3
Here are a couple of choices...
Amy, Thanks so much for all the designs!!! We just love them! You do such a great job. Thanks again!!
Just wanted to be sure...
Separate names with a comma.