Justin Bieber Shirt w/ Eighteen 25

hi there!
we are jennifer, jamie and jodie from eighteen25 and we are so excited to be a part of this awesome silhouette party Jamielyn has put together!!
today’s project is using the heat transfer material. it just happens to be our favorite silhouette product!!
here’s what we did with it….
do you have a little girl (or a sister-in-law) that caught the Justin BIEBER FEVER?
she’ll probably need a fun custom shirt then.
i have a confession to make… well, two actually.
first i spelled bieber wrong. i knew i should have googled it.
but, that’s ok because i made the next one bigger and liked it better (with the correct spelling).
then, after i ironed it on, i took it out to show my daughter, and she informs me “it’s on the back.”
i fixed that problem though, by adding this onto the front…
what i used:
step one: open a new page in the silhouette studio
step two: using the “draw rectangle” tool, make a rectangle about 8.5″ x 7.5″
step three: type your words and play around with the size, height and character spacing until it looks just right.step four: group everything together and MIRROR HORIZONTALLY.

step five: cut out and iron on following the directions on the box.
(note: we’ve found that for best results, hang dry)

and just like that you have a one of a kind shirt!!

Thanks girls for sharing this cute shirt!  Head on over to Eighteen 25 to win some heat transfer of your own!

Also stop by the Silhouette blog for more inspiration!


If you haven’t already, come  link up any craft cutting projects at our Blog hop. There’s lots of great ideas! I will be featuring a few of my faves tomorrow!

And if you’re still dying to have a Silhouette… make sure to enter the giveaway going on here. Or enter code NAPTIME at checkout for $125 off the Silhouette Bundle. More on that deal here.

Hope everyone has a Happy Easter!!

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Jamielyn Nye

Lifestyle expert, Pinterest tastemaker and blogger at iheartnaptime.com. Jamielyn aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. When she’s not creating, Jamielyn loves to chase her two little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.