Saturday, October 2, 2010

Imagine Nation blog hop: Design your own T-shirts !!! / Dise~na tus propias "T-shirts" !!!


So happy you arrived safely from Meriah's blog at http://twoscraptasticgals.blogspot.com/ !!! I am sooooo excited with this blog hop, mainly because my Cricut IMAGINE is my new love and I want to share that with all of you !!! Previously on my blog, I posted two projects I had made with my IMAGINE using white cardstock: I made a wall hanging and a card. This machine is so wonderful, that this time I printed and cut iron-on-transfer paper, to make beautiful T-shirts for my grandson. The results were amazing !!! And best of all, I did a whole pack of 5 white T-shirts in about an hour, and that is including ALL the ironing time. I could have gone on and on !!!  LOL Now what I need are more IMAGINE cartridges to have a wider variety of themes to work with. And now, without further ado, I present to you: MY PROJECT !!!

***** Estoy muy feliz de compartir con ustedes mi gran entusiasmo con la nueva maquina Cricut IMAGINE. Anteriormente en mi blog, puse dos proyectos que cree usando cartulina blanca: un adorno de pared y una tarjeta. Esta maquina es tan maravillosa que esta vez el papel que imprimi y corte fue "iron-on-transfer" para hacer dise~nos en camisetas para mi peque~no nieto. Los resultados fueron espectaculares !!! Lo mejor de todo, fue que logre hacer 5 camisetas en menos de una hora! Ahora, sin mas preambulos, les presento: MI PROYECTO !!!****

What you need:
***Necesitas:
  • White cotton T-shirts (**Camisetas blancas de algodon)
  • Iron on transfer paper for inkjet printers. I used Print'n Press that I got at Walmart. (Papel de transferencia para impresoras inkjet)
Let's do it! :
***Hagamoslo!:
  • Wash, dry and iron the T-shirts .Do NOT use fabric softener.(**Lave, seque y planche la camiseta. No use suavizador)
  • Set your IMAGINE machine: (**Ajuste su maquina IMAGINE)
    • pressure: 3 (**presion)
    • depth: 4 (**profundidad)
    • speed: 3 (**velocidad)
    • select the "combine" button on the top-left part of your screen (**seleccione el boton "combine")

  • IMPORTANT: Select the "FLIP HORZ" button if you are using words on your transfer. You can select this button on the "mat" screen, also. Not doing this will cause that the written messages come out backwards when you iron it to the T-shirt. (***Seleccione el boton "FLIP HORZ" para invertir las letras. De esta manera, cunado planche la imagen, las letras le quedaran al derecho)



  • This is how the cut and printed image looks like on the mat.


Now, let's put our T-shirt together:

  • Iron the image onto the T-shirt (**Planche la imagen a la camiseta)

  • carefully remove the paper backing when it is cold (** Remueva el papel blanco cuando este frio y disfrute su creacion!!!)

  • enjoy your new creation !!!!!!

Other designs I made:




NOTE: The pumpkin is one of the images that comes "built in" the machine. It is only a silhouette of a pumpkin. I used paint markers to embellish it and to make the face. (*** La calabaza es solo una silhueta. La pinte con marcadores de pintura para hacer la carita)

It was so nice having you stop by and I really hope you come back again some other time :)

CaNdy*CanDy*cAnDY: Leave a comment at the end of this post for a chance to win a $15 gift card from Oh My Crafts. The winner will be chosen using random.org on Monday afternoon. (***Deje un comentario para la oportunidad de ganar un certificado de $15 de Oh My Crafts.

There will be a grand prize: GYPSY, donated by Provocraft and 6 Imagine cartridges, also donated by Provocraft. The winners of the prizes donated by Provocraft will be chosen from comments posted on ALL of the BLOGS !!! 
Now hurry and hop on to Kimmy's blog at  http://scrappinwithkimmy.blogspot.com/ and see what surprise project is waiting for you !!!

If you ever get lost on this blog hop, here is a map to help you find your way back. :)

Emma at http://www.creativetimeforme.com/
Paula at http://www.morethanfavors.blogspot.com/
Meriah at http://twoscraptasticgals.blogspot.com/
Martha at http://dreamofcrafting.blogspot.com/
Kimmy at http://scrappinwithkimmy.blogspot.com/
Margie at http://www.bellabugcreations.blogspot.com/
Debbie at http://scrapbydebbie.blogspot.com/
Lori at http://got2bcrafting.blogspot.com/
Bobbi Jo at http://sweetsassydiva-gspot.blogspot.com/
Jess at http://scrappyjess.blogspot.com/

523 comments:

  1. I'm going t have to try this!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  2. What a great Idea!

    TFS

    Tonie.scarano@bigpond.com

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  3. These are absolutely adorable! I cannot wait to get my machine. I for the first time ever used the heat transfer vinyl and cannot wait to try this too.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  4. From one Martha to another, FABULOUS!!! I love them all my favorite is the little frog! I just can't wait for my machine to get here!! Thank you so much for all you have done to make this happen. Love Ya! Great giveaways!
    Martha
    pattig161@yahoo.com

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  5. What a great way to dress up t-shirts, I love them!! With Christmas coming they would make great gifts!

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  6. Oh I think those shirts are so stinking cute!!! I think I might have to cave in and get this machine lol!! I am seeing so many of you do such great projects! Thanks for sharing!!
    stefy82@gmail.com

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  7. Oh my goodness!!! I hadn't even thought of this possibility!! My daughter is going to LOVE doing this with me!! Thanks so much for sharing, I love the shirts!!
    ~Tara
    tray83 at yahoo dot com

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  8. Awesome! All the possibilities you can do. Thanks for sharing.
    robindianecreates at gmail dot com

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  9. Great projects!! I am dying to try this iron on technique, but just need to go out and buy the supplies. Also, I love your blog being bilingual, I teach ESL students and will definitely share it with them!

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  10. The t-shirts are amazing! May have to try my hand at it for my grandaughter. Thanks for the inspiration! I can be contacted at billylochridge@yahoo.com

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  11. OMG! What a great idea using the Imagine with the iron on transfers...I think this idea alone may have sold me on the Imagine! Keep up the great work!
    Shannon
    dieners at gmail dot com

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  12. Awesome! Love the little frog. He is one of my favorites on the 3 carts that came with the imagine.

    TFS!

    Nicole
    niclax13@gmail.com

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  13. Very nice projects. I used the transfer paper one time and forgot (or did not think about) the flip part. Did not come out very well, but I learned. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  14. Very creative idea! All of the shirts look amazing :)

    Emily (coolcricutcreations at yahoo dot com)

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  15. These are SO COOL!! This hop is making me want an Imagine more and more! This is one amazing machine and I just LOVE how you did the shirts with it!
    markeateer at gmail dot com

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  16. Can I tell you that I had no idea that the imagine could do iron transfers?! The possibilities are really endless!! thanks for the opportunity to win!

    Zeni
    zenzen89@bellsouth.net

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  17. OMGoodness those t-shirts are too cute for words, LOVE them! Thanks for chance to win awesome candy too!

    Hugs,
    Christy Dillman
    micahzane@yahoo.com

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  18. I am in love...this is awesome. I have a new granddaughter and I can see myself making onesie after onesie.

    Burffrau @ aol dot com

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  19. Great project, I can't wait to try it when I get m Imagine. Thanks angeldon6 at yahoo dot com

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  20. You're shirts are so cute. My 5 year old would love them. thanks.

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  21. OMG this is really cute and just gave me an idea for my bending twin grandsons. Putting these on onesies for them thanks for the idea

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  22. My daughter just made over 100 shirts for her Youth group at church. The Imagine would have made them far easier...and nicer looking! Thanks for sharing.

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  23. This is terrific inspiration. My daughter will be opening a donut shop this month and wanted to order some t-shirts. Can't wait to show her your blog and tell her that we could make them!

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  24. Thanks for sharing your ideas!

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  25. Those t-shirts are great. So many possibilities. Thanks for sharing.

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  26. Honestly, in all of the Imagine projects I've been watching since the launch there hasn't been anything that made me say "I HAVE to have THAT"... until now. The "You are My Sunshine" design here and that frog have me drooling in anticipation... and checking the bank account wondering if DH would "notice" :) Thanks for sharing!!

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  27. I love the idea of making t-shirts!!! Very cute!

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  28. WOW - I love it!

    I can hardly wait until my Imagine arrives!

    Thanks!

    deidrem at canada dot com

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  29. Wow! These are fantastic!!!! I love the images on that Imagine cart! TFS!
    booger1 at tds.net

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  30. These are adorable! So many things to do with that Imgine machine. I enjoyed prowling your blog while I was here - loved the 'Night Owl' wall hanging.
    smilesmooreat hotmaildotcom

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  31. have never worked on t-shirts but will be giving it a try now that I seen how. Thanks for sharing

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  32. You have inspired me to go out and buy some white t-shirts. Thanks for sharing!

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  33. how neat! I am trying to settle with my expression, but the more Imagine blogs I go to...the more I am talking myself into getting one...great ideas :-)

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  34. omg this is amazing! I never would have thought to try something like this! great job!

    vcampbell22@earthlink.net

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  35. I cant wait to get my imagine on Monday. I love your projects. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

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  36. Wow T-shirts we have 13 kids between me and my 2 sisters. When we do birthday parties sometime we do the T-shirts. That looks a lot easier than what we do. Just Love it. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  37. these shirts are great tfs!

    aecopenhaver at gmail dot com

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  38. These shirts are soooo cool! I need an I am owl grown up one for my nephew Oliver! Thank you... I do think I will be watching/learning from this blog for awhile. I really need a gypsy and an imagine! and all of the suppiles to make all of my nieces and nephews t-shirts for Christmas! Jackie

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  39. My machine is on its way and I never realized that this could be used in this way!!!!!!!! Great instructions now another project i cant wait to try!!!! Off to the store for transfer paper!!!!


    slschario@gmail.com

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  40. Wow! There is just so much potential with this machine! Love these shirts! Thank you for posting your great ideas!

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  41. Oh my, oh my, I LOVE the t-shirt!

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  42. All of those shirts are A-DOR-A-BLE!!!!!!!

    Thanks for sharing!!!!

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  43. Super cute t-shirts! Thank you for sharing! :-)

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  44. Oh my gosh!!! Those T-shirts are soooo super cute :) What a cool idea!

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  45. I am going to have to try and make some shirts for my daughter! What a great idea!! Love your project!

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  46. Really cute t-shirt. I need to try that.

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  47. What a fabulous idea! I would want to get an imagine just to do this!!!

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  48. I love the shirts! I made a couple as a baby gift for a friend. The pumpkin is real cute.

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  49. I so want to do that when I get my Imagine!!!
    Thxs
    athena.a.harris@gmail.com

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  50. Love the ideas and this cool blog hop! xoxoxo

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  51. Very cute. It's so nice how you can personalize them.

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  52. ahhh man I swore I didnt even want this never mind need it, now ....I need it!! these are FAB!!!

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  53. I love these they look great. What a great idea.

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  54. My goodness! These are the cutest things! Great job!
    Teresa
    happiqueen at aol dot com

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  55. t-shirts and the cricut imagin go together very well
    i jus have to have one
    maybe for christmas
    on my hope to have wish list
    thanks martha

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  56. Wow! So many cute ideas on these shirts! Love them!

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  57. Your t-shirts are too cute!! What a great way to use the imagine! Very creative!! So many wonderful ideas!! Thanks for sharing!

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  58. Beautiful shirts. Thanks for showing how it is done.

    rhondah* on the cricut message board

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  59. Love the shirts...I'm going to try this for sure!!!

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  60. OMG, could these be any cuter?? I especially love the frog!
    Thaks so much for showing us your projects & for the chance to win.
    Glenda
    GlendasCreativePlace@yahoo.com

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  61. Love the adorable shirts...I want the imagine so bad, just can't afford it right now. Thanks so much for sharing.
    Minta
    http://mintascreations.blogspot.com/
    mintab@gmail.com

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  62. Ohhh, how much do I love these tshirts? LOTS! Going to WalMart today... SO CUTE! I can't wait to see more projects from you ladies...I love my new Imagine!
    ~shelly
    emailscrappyshelly at gmail dot com
    lovecreatelaugh.blogspot.com

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  63. So neat! The possibilities are endless!

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  64. WOW!!! The T-shirt idea is GREAT!!! Thank you for sharing.

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  65. What a cute little shirt. Great idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  66. Wow! What great ideas! Love those tshirts!!! Thanks for the chance to win :)

    tracivee17 at yahoo dot com

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  67. Love the shirt. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  68. Cute shirt and thanks for all the instructions!
    Can't wait to try this.

    trepanierm@comcast.net

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  69. Oh, my how cute! I can see this in my future! Thanks for sharing the "how to"!
    CindyB

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  70. Wow, you have blown my mind away! This brings a whole new level of applique!!

    spunkycrayon at yahoo dot com

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  71. Beautiful job! I love all the little t-shirts! :O)

    XXX

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  72. Wow, thank you so much!!!! I was wondering how easy it was to make shirts after seeing the onesie on the HSN launch. You have made my day. I will be trying this soon.
    adenragan@yahoo.com

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  73. Super cute shirts! Thanks for a chance to win :)

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  74. Martha, soooo cool! I love making new t-shirts. I haven't used my Cricut to make one though:) Great idea. Love it! TFS.
    ~Madison www.funkycards.blogspot.com

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  75. Thank you and Great Shirts!!! Love them! Rexann
    ilovetonkinese2athotmaildotcom

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  76. I love t-shirts and I love this idea! So glad you shared this! Can't wait to make one (or more)of these! :)

    dmcarlisle09@gmail.com

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  77. I have never tried anything like this. I really think I could do it now. Thank you for showing me another way to use my imagine.
    janejohnson13@wildblue.net

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  78. I can see why you didn't want to stop. These look like fun!!!!!

    cpalmiere at cfl dot rr dot com

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  79. Fabulous shirts ! Great ideas !!!

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  80. I love the shirts! what a great idea. Now I really want the imagine cricut!

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  81. love the fun times tee! very cute! never thought to make iron ons....

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  82. OMG what a great idea! I can't wait until next week when I get my imagine, I can just "IMAGINE" all the great little shirts i can make for my baby! thanks for the inspiration!

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  83. Love those shirts and can't wait to make some myself!!!
    Thank you for sharing your wonderful gifts.

    monica.lowrance@gmail.com

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  84. I'm looking forward to working with transfer paper. Thank you for the instructions! teachnd@yahoo.com

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  85. These are so cute. I am going to try a tee shirt for a swarm I am going to.

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  86. Great t-shirts! I was looking for some ideas for these. Thanks for the fun on the blog hop!

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  87. Martha your project is great love it.. yo soy mayaguezana tambien.. me encantaria que visitaras mi blog y contactarte...

    TFS... thanks for the chance to giveaway..

    Ivette_aviles@yahoo.com

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  88. Love it!!! Such a great way to share something special for everyone with their favorite things!!

    Michelle - 808Creator.blogspot.com
    mich.galvez@gmail.com

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  89. How cute!! I love it!

    ~Jordan~
    http://www.art-journaling.blogspot.com
    jellybeansdesign@yahoo.com

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  90. WOW those turned out so adorable, and thank you for the instructions.

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  91. Thanks for showing step by step. I have the imagine and still don't fully understand the screen! Love the shirts!!!

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  92. Great idea! I love it!
    jenniferquaintance at yahoo dot com

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  93. I never would have thought to have done this with the Imagine! These shirts came out so adorable! Thanks for sharing!

    xloshellolx@yahoo.com

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  94. I just bought some of that paper to try this!! Great projects!! Thanks for sharing!

    Lisa
    hipmonkey at msndotcom

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  95. What an awesome tip I did not know the Imagine could do see I not bless to own on yet...
    Thank you for sharing and don't you just love your grandson he my little prince... I have one that going to be 4 he just rocks my world...TFS
    The Scrapbooking Queen

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  96. The shirts are fabulous!!! Another idea added to my list of Imagine projects

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  97. Those shirts are so cute and so EASY to make with the Imagine! I love them :)

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  98. LOVE the shirts!!!! SO much fun I can see how you could just keep going and making them - my head is spinning with all kinds of shirt ideas now I just need to get an Imagine!!
    ~lori (gallionlori at gmail dot com)

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  99. OMG i Love this. Would never have thought of it. Great Work. Carol imamom88@hotmail.com

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  100. Such fun T Shirts, the kids are going to love them! TFS.
    jennyplace26@gmail.com

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  101. VERY creative!! This is reallllly making me change my "want an Imagine" to "NEED an Imagine"!

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  102. What beautiful shirts! This Imagine is getting cooler and cooler!

    ande_jean at hotmail dot com

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  103. Me gustan sus proyectos mucho! :) Love the T-shirt transfers - very cute and very fun! Gracias/Thanks for the giveaway!

    Ashley
    ourwedding71809@gmail.com

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  104. so many cute projets, so little time!!!

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  105. I have not seen the shirts done before. Thank You for being part of the hop and sharing your ideas and for a chance to win awesome prizes.
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  106. I have been wanting to try this with my Imagine! We are going to Disney at Christmas and the ideas for shirts are flowing! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  107. I never thought of making a t-shirt with the imagine. Another great idea!
    rockie004atsbcglobaldotnet

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  108. VERY CUTE! Thanks for sharing!!!

    Lori
    thepaisleyturtle.blogspot.com

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  109. Love your projects! Great idea.
    www.dawnicakorner.blogspot.com

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  110. What a cool project! Cute shirt:) Thanks for doing this fun hop, I am craving the Imagine. Thanks for the great giveaway!
    -Kassidy

    inkingitupcrazy at gmail dot com

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  111. I love your t-shirts they are great I may have to get one of these as soon as I can I know some t-shirts that I would like to make now
    Thanks,
    Teri
    teri.barefoot@gmail.com

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  112. Love these! I just bought some of this to use on a shirt for my daughter... we are still deciding on what to put on it!! I am sooo excited to do this!
    Lori
    http://got2bcrafting.blogspot.com/
    tahoe_luvr at yahoo dotcom

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  113. Lovely project! I didn't even think of print on iron-on for t-shirts! Amazing!

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  114. I love all your t-shirts, they are very creative. You have definitely inspired me.

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  115. Thanks for all the tutorials on your site :)

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  116. Your shirts are amazing, I can't wait to try to make one or maybe even a tote bag. Thanks to you and all the other blog hoppers. I am loving all the projects.
    Lysa

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  117. super cute shirts!! Great job

    calbekah at aol dot com

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  118. That machine is so versatile. Loving the shirts. Thanks for sharing your project with us. I don't need the gift card, but the shirt, now that is a different story. lol. Thanks for the hop.
    scrappin_3rdeeschik@yahoo.com

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  119. Thank you soooooo much for your detailed instructions on how to do fabric transfer. I haven't done one yet and am sure I would have totally goofed it up with out your tips. Your shirts turned out wonderful!

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  120. Those are some amazing shirts, I haven't tried this yet but your directions look do-able so may have to give it a try, TFS

    mccadesmom at gmail dot com

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  121. I LOVE this idea! I need to do a Halloween one for my son ~ the Imagine has endless possiblities! Thank You for sharing this with us!
    tfs
    Kim H
    rkrharris at comcast dot net

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  122. Thanks for sharing!! I really loved the shirts, so precious!! I think my favorite was "owl grown up" - too cute!!

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  123. Very cute...How creative!!! Thank you for sharing!!! Brandy

    Penbrandy at msn dot com

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  124. Tus proyectos son maravillosos!!!!!!!!!! Me encanta la idea de poder hacer tus propias camisetas con la maquina!!! Gracias por compartir con nosotros tu talento

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  125. These shirts are just adorable! Thank you so much for sharing and for the chance to win! Lindagk
    lindagk23@aol.com

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  126. LOVE the t-shirts, thanks for sharing!

    Michelle :o)

    meeshlee at gmail dot com

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  127. Love what the Imagine can do!
    Love these blog hops too!

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  128. Wow all of those are awesome!!! Thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win!!

    Megan
    MLynn2@gmail.com

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  129. FABULOUS idea! they all turned out just darling! xxD

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  130. What a great idea. The possibilities are endless with this idea. Great job

    Teresa
    buzzanddaxatgmaildotcom

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  131. HOW CUTE! I've always been one to make shirts & love it! Your project is too cute. I am a follower. Thanks for a chance to win and having an awesome blog hop!

    Terrie B
    terriennz@att.net
    crafteecards.blogspot.com

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  132. Wow your tshirts look great! Thanks for sharing
    Kitty
    casandra.styles@gmaill.com

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  133. Great projects, Thanks for sharing.

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  134. Great tees! I need to make some

    hawroe at yahoo dot com

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  135. Those shirts are absolutely adorable!

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  136. Your shirts are sooooo cute. Love the colors on them.

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  137. Wow - I am going to have to take a closer look at that Imagine. I was convinced I probably didn't need it right now....but, maybe I do! Thanks for being a bad influence! LOL

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  138. These are both just beautiful! I love the t-shirt, and was wondering if you used anything over the Imagine cut to make it washable. Thanks for the chance to win some awesome blog candy.

    Lillie

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  139. What a fantastic idea! I love this and will have to try it out. TFS!

    http://www.stampingl8y.blogspot.com

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  140. these are great!



    debbie_fulton@hotmail.com

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  141. Your project is soooooo cuuuute....thanks for sharing...

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  142. Beautiful, thanks for sharing!

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  143. I had no idea you could use iron transfer paper in your imagine. I can't wait to try this myself

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  144. Beautiful! Nursery Tails is my favorite I cart so far.

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  145. What cute t-shirts. I love the Nursery Tails images and colors. Thanks for showing.

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  146. Oh My Goodness!! Such wonderful t shirts. It's really making me want an Imagine. Thanks for the inspiration. I'm so glad I found your blog thru the bloghop. papermemories4u(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  147. Really cute t-shirt. The instructions are great! Thanks for the chance to win some amazing blog candy!

    Traci~
    (NurseTraciScrapper@gmail.com)

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  148. This is so cute, I will have to try when I get my machine. Thanks for a chance to win.

    beth

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  149. I loved seeing the t-shirts you made. What a great use for the imagine. enjoying the blog hop today.

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  150. Love the shirts!! Just another reason why I 'need' one of these! Thanks for sharing!

    kmgillon at yahoo dot com

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  151. Great projects! You've been busy!! That machine seems like it can do wonders!! I may have to break down and get one soon! Thanks for the giveaway opportunities!!

    Jessica McK
    jesyca34@yahoo.com
    http://scrapobsesswithjess.blogspot.com/

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  152. These are adorable! They look so professional! Thanks for the chance to win! I love Ohmycrafts! :)

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  153. Love the t-shirts....so cute.

    Thanks for the giveaway!!!

    ktulanko AT gmail DOT com

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  154. So cute. thanks for the great instructions.

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  155. Those t-shirts are so cute. Can't wait till I can do some.
    stuff@gt.rr.com

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  156. omgosh... that is awesome!!! wouldn't have thought to do that!! wowo .. i really want an imagine now!!!

    tfs

    felkatz at gmail dot com

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  157. Beautiful! I never would have thought to make t-shirts. I can't wait to try it.

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  158. WOW I never even thought about that! You did a great job, looks very professional!!! TFS so much.

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  159. I see a lot of personalized shirts for birthday and Christmas presents. Great ideas! You Rock!

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  160. Wow!!! SOOOO cute!!! So, will the ink wash out, or will the design be permanent on the tshirts???

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  161. Wow! love it....

    raleman_2000 at yahoo dot com

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  162. I love your shirts never thought of doing that.
    Ann W
    weedmana@embarqmail.com

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  163. Love the pumpkin tee! Great job and imagination :D Thanks!

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  164. Lots of wonderful presents. These would make great Christmas or even baby gifts.

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  165. wow! awesome tees! You are braver than I am to use the iron ons. TFS

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  166. Oh I love the Tshirt I can make my grandkids shirts for Halloween, thanks for the idea.
    Beth
    Marbet04@aol.com

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  167. wow! ur shirts are awesome! thanks for sharing!

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  168. Love the t-shirts! I just made a onsie the other day...turned out so cute!

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  169. I love your tshirts and think that is great that you do you blog in both english and spanish I know that it is extra work but I am sure that it is appreciated.

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  170. The T-shirts are wonderful and your comments about how to do this were very helpful. Thank you for sharing!

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  171. So cute! I have a new nephew due to arrive next month so this would be awesome!

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  172. This is super cute!!!
    I love the "Owl grow up"
    what a fantastic idea :D
    Hugs Anja

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  173. Oh my goodness!This blog hop is making me go out and get the Imagine!! Your projects are over the top! I love them.
    quilled hugs,
    linda

    myquillingnest at msn dot com

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  174. Such cute shirts! Great idea. Thanks.

    Laura

    breyman at sbcglobal dot net

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  175. Wow....these are amazing. I love the frog t shirt the best!!

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  176. que projecto mas ponito, las camisas me encantaron muchas gracias por compartir tus ideas!!!
    Saludos Karla U

    http://kalittlescrapcorner.blogspot.com/

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  177. WOWZERS! I am so impressed with what you have done. I like what I see on paper, but it just hasn't completely sold itself to me, but seeing these shirts...OMG, you ... have sold me! You have just shown us something that we can't do with our traditional/original Cricuts. I've been thinking Yudu...but now...Imainge WOW! TFS!!

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  178. You girls are definately making me think about keeping my Imagine!!!! :) Provocraft should be very happy with yoU!!

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  179. This is my first time visiting your blog...and participating in a blog hop. This is fun! You have given me a lot of ideas. I'll be back! :)

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  180. Yea! MOre non-paper crafts with the Imagine, and I have those printables! TFS your wonderful ideas

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  181. Love the shirts!! thanks for sharing!

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  182. Wow...I am impressed with T-shirts!!

    I have not tried but now I want to!!!

    Thank you!!!!

    created2bunique at ymail dot com

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