Girls Owl Heart Valentine’s Shirt {Silhouette Giveaway!}

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With Valentine’s Day just a short couple of weeks away, I am going to share with you one of my favorite little Valentine crafts I have made so far.  Of course, I did use my Silhouette Cameo.  You know I can’t go too long without sharing a project.  Take a look at this cute Girls Owl Heart Valentine’s Shirt tutorial and then stay tuned for some awesome Silhouette America deals!

Valentines Day Owl Heart Shirt

Girls Owl Heart Valentine’s Shirt

Here are the supplies I used for this tutorial:

  • smooth black heat transfer
  • smooth teal heat transfer
  • flocked white heat transfer
  • flocked red heat transfer
  • flocked yellow heat transfer
  • owl design id #25614
  • heart design id #43104
  • Silhouette Cameo

Step 1:  First open the owl design in your Silhouette Designer Edition software program.  When you open the design it will be broken up into several parts.  This is where you can pick and choose which pieces to print/cut and the colors your would like for each to be.  (I have this all open on one page so you can see how I have them all separate, but you will need to cut each piece separately.)

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In the screen shot above you will see that the words are flipped horizontally.  This is because when you print them, you want them to cut backwards.  When you iron them on to your material, they will be correct.

Step 2:  Once you have all of your designs cut out, you can then begin the process of ironing on the heat transfer and layering.  To do this, you will need a thin piece of fabric to cover your design while ironing.

Cover with cloth

I layered all of these together to come up with this super cute little owl.

We always call Addy, “Addy-Boo”.  It is a nickname her grandmother gave her.  I thought it would be cute to have the shirt say “Addy Whoooo”, but changed my mind at the last minute. I am sure I will use that vinyl for a different owl project in the future.

Girls Owl Valentine Shirt

This is such a cute and quick project, and ‘whoooo’ doesn’t love a great personalized tee!

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    • Built-in ruler and guide lines for precise alignment and drawing

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Girls Owl Heart Valentine Shirt Using Layered Heat Transfer, Full tutorial | PinkWhen

What will you make with your Silhouette products? Make sure to give this Girls Owl Heart Valentine’s Shirt a try and layer up some heat transfer!

*I received product in order to review and share with you the fabulous Silhouette products.

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Comments

  1. Debbie Vazquez says

    I will go crazy making so many fun things and using it at work for my teaching!!! Definitely in my Spanish class!!

  2. Sharlyn says

    My sister in law lives in Mississippi and we love to get together to make cards, books, albums, etc! She always has the neatest ideas/projects for us to do and we have so much fun we never want to sleep!! And I know this would add so much to our projects! Thank you!

  3. Crystal says

    I think the little shirt you created is pretty darn cute and I’d like to make one similar to yours!! I would also like to make personalized signs as well!!

  4. Sierra says

    The first thing I would make with this would be t-shirts for a new writer’s club I’m starting at school!

  5. Danielle says

    Oh the things I could make. I’d probably start making cards first. It also would make decorating a lot easier, all sorts of bunting in minutes!

    • Jennifer says

      OMG, it is soooo adddicting! I made onesies all of the time for Addy when she was a baby, and all of my friends who have a baby I tend to do the same. It’s so easy to personalize with heat transfer.

  6. Lyz says

    Project is adorable! Any tips on how to layer the vinyl? Did you iron press each layer for the a certain amount of time?

    • Jennifer says

      I did iron on each layer separately, and I just ironed until I was sure that it was completely adhered to the shirt :-)

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