Diy Friday: Weekends are for Waffles

DIY Friday is Back!!!! After taking most of the summer off, it’s good to be back & it’ll be better than ever! Let’s get creative, shall we? BTW, happy almost Autumn!

So this diy is super easy! I saw a sweatshirt on on Mary Orton from The blog, Memorandum.com IG account a few weeks back and it totally needed to be in my life! I ordered the sweatshirt and bought the supplies and totally diyed myself a sweatshirt and I’m kinda obsessed! Ironically, I usually don’t eat waffles on the weekends but I still love the sweatshirt anyway…. And it would have been way too long for me to put Gluten free waffles when I feel like it,  so I guess, this will do! šŸ˜‰

Now, we just need the weather to comply with us, as I know many who want to start wearing sweatshirts, sweaters & coats! As do I, so so badly!

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This is the inspiration… In my head, I totally thought the sweatshirt was dark grey with white lettering…oops!

And here is what y’all will be making!

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What you’ll need to gather:
Crew neck sweatshirt/jumper (bought mine HERE, its super soft and long… Great for leggings!)
Flocked iron on art by SEI in solid white
Scissors
Letter stencils
Pen
Iron + board

1. Estimate where the center of the sweatshirt is. And press it until there’s a crease in it.

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2. Use the letter stencil on the paper side of the flocked paper. And stencil each letter that you need. PS, you don’t need them backwards. I know this from experience.

3. Cut out each flocked stenciled letter.
4. Place them on the sweatshirt, how you want them.

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5. On the cotton-linen setting on the iron, you’ll press the letters 15-20 seconds each until they adhere to the sweatshirt.
Then go over it once more with an iron.

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6. Then you’ll want to peel the paper off. And then you’re finished! Perfection!

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Ps. Remember, weekends are for waffles!

I’m so glad to be back at getting crafty with y’all! I actually missed it! Sorry it’s a bit late today!

Hope you enjoyed! -Ryn

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