Advent No. 11: Reindeer Tee

Awwww the life of being a blogger, and having your first draft erased.. Lovely I tell ya! Just kidding…

This DIY is the perfect gift you could give someone! I love it so much! Who wouldn’t love to receive a metallic stag/deer/reindeer tee. Young or old, I would thing would love it. Or just make one for yourself! (Wink, wink!)

And here’s how to make it!

What to gather:

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Tee shirt
Scissors
Hot iron
Deer template (Google image has the best. Use keywords: stag silhouette clipart.)
Heavy duty Heat N Bond
Metallic Bo-nash
Sharpie

1. Find the deer clip art, print and cut it out.
2. Place your “pattern” on the Heat N Bond. Paper side up. And use the sharpie to trace around your pattern.

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3. Cut out the deer on the Heat N Bond.

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4. Iron out out any wrinkle on the front of the shirt before placing the deer on top of the shirt. Paper side up. And iron the deer flat.

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5. Let cool completely. Then start tearing the paper away. Until you get a clear plastic film in the shape of a deer head.

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6. Place the metallic bo-nash squares everywhere you have the Heat N Bond. You’ll want to place the squats milky side down on top of the Heat N Bond. Then you’ll press it with the iron. To make it adhere to it. Repeat the process as much as you want. (Try not to let the iron touch the Heat N Bond. It’s not good for your iron)

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7. And Ta-Da! You are done. Time for the festivities to begin! 😉 it is safe to wash it and dry it. It’s durable & every bit adorable!

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Happy holidays y’all!

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