Sunday, March 14, 2010

Heat Transfer Vinyl T-Shirt

My husband teaches an excercise class at our local Tae Kwon Do school (he is a black belt, and the school is my brother-in-laws).  It is called "Boxercise"-it's a combination of Tae-bo, boxing, & calisthenics.  It has been going really well and the class participants have requested t-shirts.  This is what he came up with.  We DO NOT work well together, which we both know (even after 22 years of marriage!!!) so it was interesting with me trying to show him how to use inkscape and scal2!!!!!  He did a great job, and we finally got it done.  He will be showing it to the class this week.
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7 comments:

Melissa said...

You did a great job Denise! It looks like you had it professionally done!

Makay said...

Looks great! :) I love using heat vinyl and my cricut... you get such perfection with it! Cool shirt btw. :)

-makay

Pauline said...

That is awesome!!! Would you mind telling us how to do these? I have never done them & I am very interested in doing one but have NO idea how to do it:)

Denise Hill said...

Pauline,
Look in my videos tab. I have a video on heat transfer vinyl.

Evan's Eclipse said...

This is great! Where do you get your heat transfer vinyl or your removable vinyl? I recently purchased a gazelle and want to do some etching and heat transfer t-shirts. Thanks!

Denise Hill said...

I purchased my vinyl from hhsignsupply.com

Evan's Eclipse said...

Thanks for the reply, Denise.