Rhinestone shirt


For Christmas I got a Silhouette Rhinestone starter kit. I could not wait to make a school spirit shirt for my daughter.

First I purchased the rhinestone letters that I wanted from the silhouette store.


Then I arranged the letters in the Silhouette studio software.


I decided to just do the GE since it was my first time using the rhinestones. Even just the 2 letters took a lot of rhinestones. I cut the letters out of the rhinestone template material.


Then I added the various sized rhinestones.


You cover the rhinestones with the transfer tape that comes with the kit and finally you cover it with a pressing cloth and iron it onto your shirt. The transfer tape works the same as the vinyl transfer tape, but it is heat resistant, so it will withstand the hot iron. I am very happy with how it turned out, but I will need to buy lots more rhinestones for my next project.


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