Hello, Friends! Marilyn here with a tutorial on heat transfers. In this example, I'm using a baby onesie and an image of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Some may know that my husband has a home-based Christian t-shirt business : www.gloryfactory.com (shameless plug)
His t-shirts are created using heat transfers that many times are created for him via Transfer Express. Last week he had a special order for a remodeling company that wanted an image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the words "God Bless You" on the shirt pocket. When the heat transfers arrived, he realized that the images were too large for a shirt pocket and reordered. Soooo, long story to get to this point... The images were too large for a shirt pocket, but would fit the front of a baby onesie.
Actually, the "God Bless You" part was too long for a onesie as well. I had to cut it into sections to fit the front of the onesie.
Heat presses always arrive with heating instructions. This image needed to be pressed at 365 degress for 4 seconds. After heat pressing, you just pull the transfer off leaving the image on your clothing.
Here's the completed onesie. I'll use this as a baptism gift. It will work for either a boy or girl.
What do you have that can be re-purposed?