When it comes to Halloween, I can’t help but want to go all out with fun decorations, homemade costumes, and even festive t-shirts like this one.
Of course, Halloween doesn’t have be all orange and black. The gold and purple complement each other really well on this shirt. I’ve been waiting for a reason to break out the gold fabric ink since it’s oh so gorgeous. It’s pretty thick so it only took one layer to give me the coverage I wanted.
If you’re impatient like me and don’t like waiting for the fabric ink to dry, try using a hair dryer to speed up the process. After a few minutes of heat I was able to peel off the stencil vinyl and move on to the heat transfer material part of my project.
Since I was already ironing down my heat transfer material, I went over the fabric ink with the iron as well. It’s always a good idea to heat set your fabric ink.
The glitter heat transfer material makes my heart go pitter patter every time I use it. I just love how the “spooky” design looks in the purple glitter. It’s so sweet and swirly! One of my favorite things about using the glitter heat transfer material is that it stays put and doesn’t rub off on everything else. I get all the fun of glitter without the pesky mess!
Whether you like your Halloween sweet or spooky, I hope this gives you some inspiration for Halloween fun.