Halloween!!! Admittedly, it’s not my favorite of the holidays, but I do love it because it’s the beginning of the holiday season, and that IS my favorite! I love all things festive, and dressing myself and my kids in all the holiday garb is too fun. So you bet I’m adding HTV to lots of shirts/dresses/sweatshirts, like I did with this “If you’ve got it, haunt it” dress. Speaking of shirts/dresses/sweatshirts, this design would be adorable on any and all of those surfaces, so don’t hold back! Keep scrolling for the full tutorial and free cut file!
Supplies needed to make this project:
- Cut file (click here to download)
- Cutting machine
- Heat Transfer Vinyl (2 contrasting colors)
- Embroidery floss
Step 1: Cut the design out of the vinyl. I used white for the background and black for the text/graphic to make it pop on the dress I used.
Step 2: Iron the background color on the dress. Remove the carrier sheet.
Step 3: Iron the text/graphic over the background. Remove the carrier sheet.
Step 4: Make a little tassel out of embroidery floss and attach to the dress.
And voila! You have the cutest, sassiest little number for your cute, sassy little princess to wear at Halloween time!
And as if it isn’t cute enough, you go and put it on a little person, and it becomes like 1000x cuter!
The Pretty Life Girls is a blog about babies and sugar and paint and twirly dresses, written by two sisters who love all things pretty. Sam lives in Utah and is a mom of two with a Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology and has a weakness for thrift stores, succulents, and colorful tights. Liz is a mom of two who lives in NOLA. She has a Master’s Degree in Technical Communication and has embraced the fact that she is a diet coke addict and a bookworm.
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