Welcome to Transformation Thursday! It’s the one day of the week we all get together to celebrate getting stuff done. No matter if you’ve been coming around for months (or years), or this is your very first transformation rodeo – everyone is welcome to link up your projects at the bottom of this post.
Labor Day is sneaking up on us fast, which means fall decorating can officially commence next week, yay! I love summer, but I’m ready for some cooler temps & pumpkin pie, if ya know what I mean :) Since the autumn nesting is creeping up fast, I thought I’d share a quick project that you can make in way under an hour. Ready? OK!
- A computer & printer
- iron on transfer sheets
- fabric (I used canvas scraps)
- rope, twine or ribbon
- a craft cutting machine (or you can cut them by hand)
Once you have a full page of transfer color, now you’re ready for your craft cutting machine (I used my Cricut.) Be sure to let it completely dry before the next step. (My project took 2 sheets of transfer paper) Place the transfer paper face down onto your cutting mat. You want the letters cut out wrong so they turn out right (like all transfers).
Now let’s work with the fabric. You’ll need pieces that are twice as wide as your letters & twice as long. My letters were 3 inches wide & 4 inches long, so I needed a 6 inch by 8 inch piece of canvas. You’ll need one piece per letter of your word.
Sooooooo……. whatcha got? I wanna see – and so does everybody else! Please put your PERMALINK into the linky – and link back here so everyone can find all the great ideas. Please, please, PLEASE – pretty please DO NOT LINK TO A SHOP!!! Be sure to visit your neighbors and have fun – it is a party after all. *Please note: If you link up you are giving me permission to use your photos on my blog/Facebook page without contacting you (don’t worry, it’s only to show off your beautiful stuff!)*
Welllllllll…………. Let’er rip, tater chip!