Joy DIY Christmas Shirt
For good craft shopping, I have to drive an hour and a half away. Meanwhile, in-person shopping has become a thing of the past. With COVID being our new norm, I have become a great on-line shopper. When I was scrolling through the Amazon app I found some infusible ink sheets that were red buffalo plaid. I love Buffalo Plaid! I wear it all the time because it is Husker colors and I love the Huskers. I purchased it and it was in my possession in 2 days.
Joy Snowflake Design Perfect for Winter
With this buffalo plaid pattern, I wanted to make a shirt that I could wear throughout the Christmas season and even on some snowy Husker game days as well. I searched on the Pazzles website and found a snowflake that I really liked. I knew I wanted to put this on the shirt but just a snowflake was too plain. So, I looked around the house and I have the word JOY in many of my Christmas decorations. So, I made a shirt that incorporated these two winter things here in Nebraska.
Complete the Look with a Plaid Button-Up
After making this shirt and trying it on I fell in love. I have a perfect Buffalo Plaid button-up to go over the top and decided that I was going to make some Buffalo Plaid and black earrings to go with it as well I cannot wait to wear them all during Christmas!
The font used for “JY” is Century Font (included with Microsoft) modified
Pazzles Mat Scraper
Pazzles Inspiration Tool Kit Chisel, needle nose tweezer, Pick Tool, craft knife, bone folder, ruler, blade storage case.
Cricut infusible Ink Transfer sheet Buffalo Check Print 9×4
Butcher paper 12x 12
White cardstock 12 x 12”
Heat press 385 for 35 seconds
Cricut Women’s Blank White Shirt
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