Birthday shirts

As I am preparing this post I have come to realize that my Maxx and I may have an unhealthy relationship. I chose to use my Maxx to cut the Heat Transfer Vinyl instead of using my Force. I was trying to rationalize why and thought that it is like having a husband and then seeing a new guy that is newer and stronger and deciding that he was better and then FORCEing him to stand by while you played with the new guy. Like my husband, Maxx and I have been together a long time. As long as Maxx is alive he will be my go to guy. But I need to learn how to use the Force so when that sad day comes I am prepared. I know, therapy is probably in order…but then, Maxx is my therapist. :~)

On to the shirts. These started out when I was able to buy Crayola Fabric markers on clearance for $1. I told my daughter that I would like to make shirts for my granddaughters birthday party and have an outline so the girls could then color the shirts. This is what she asked me to design. The girls will color in the heart and the {you}. Once it is colored it will then be heat set and ready to wear. Here is the file for the shirt. It should have KNK,MTC and SVG ready for the Force. Be you tiful shirt

IMG_4751 Materials


heat transfer vinyl

t shirt from Wal-Mart

heat press



red capped blade

70 force

400 speed

heat press 320 degrees for 20 seconds

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About Nancy

Hi. My name is Nancy and I live in Wisconsin. I have been married to Sam for 44 years and I am mom to 5 grown children. I also have 2 grandchildren , Gavin 12 and Hailey 9. We live in the country and have 2 dogs, a cat. I love making cards and paper piecing. I also enjoy making tiles.

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  1. Nancy you made me laugh so hard! It was a nice laugh on one of my sleepless nights!

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