With a Brother Scan n Cut (or Silhouette or Cricut) cutting machine you can cut heat transfer vinyl (HTV) and iron it onto a shirt, sweatshirt or whatever. I created some files and shirts for friends and family and I’m more than happy to share the files for free with anyone that wants to use them. The fonts I used are free for personal use. If you want to nab these files and sell something, see the info (for the shirt above the guy would just want $5 for commercial use of his font – the other font in that one is ok for commercial use). The files are .fcm (for brother Scan n Cut, file flipped for use on HTV) and .jpeg (the newer Silhouette and Cricut machines have ways to use jpgs). If I need to load them up as .SVG for you to use, just let me know.
The Bad Hombre is so cute on my adorable little 20 month old nephew 🙂 I prefer Siser Easy Weed HTV, although I’ve used others (you can pick some up at Joann, Michaels or the major craft stores – just make sure it’s heat transfer vinyl if you want it for cloth application, not regular sticky vinyl folks use for labels and such).
You can size the files however you like, right now they’re as pictured with the one above a small size placed near the hem on the shirts I’d made up.
The election is fraught with emotion on all sides, so I’ll take the files and pics down come mid-November (or whenever election results are finalized and accepted …).
I put the files in Google drive.
Go and make up some shirts folks!
Rainy Sunday, so fussing a bit more with fonts, images and vinyl – we’ll see what’s next 🙂 . To see what others around the world do on their Sundays, stop by Unknown Mami’s Sunday’s in My City.