Frozen fever is still alive and well in our house. Not a day goes by that someone doesn't belt out Let It Go and my 5-year-old's Elsa and Anna dolls are pretty much a fixture, while the Hans doll ends up in a makeshift prison.
From the second we saw the movie, my daughter has been asking for an Elsa shirt and not just any Elsa shirt, a sparkly one. Glitter heat transfer was the perfect medium for this shirt, it made everything really easy to pull together and kept it looking so good that when she wore it to the Disney store, one of the employees asked where I found it in the store.
You will need:
- A shirt to iron the image to
- Blue Glitter Heat Transfer from Expressions Vinyl
- A Cutting Machine (the attached prepared files for this shirt are for a Silhouette)
- An iron
- The file at the end of the post
go here for each machine's individual glitter settings. Cut the glitter heat transfer and the weed out the extra.
One of the things I love about this glitter heat transfer is that it doesn't require hand washing. Simply flip the shirt inside out when washing and then hang to dry and your shirt will last for a long time.
You can find the file to make this shirt here. All files are for personal use only, when sharing please direct people to the post on Housewife Eclectic. Expressions Vinyl has generously offered to give all Housewife Eclectic readers 10% of their purchase by using the code HOUSEWIFEECLECTIC at check out.
Who is the Elsa fan in your life?