So...we put our crafty heads together with my other super-cute and super-crafty sister Stephanie and came up with a crafty plan....
Vinyl (cut on the Cricut)
Plain t-shirts (we used men's undershirts in packs of five)
Iron-on transfers (in the office supply section of the store)
Jenn wanted the words "Bridal Entourage" on the back of each shirt and a picture of the bride on the front. We started by printing a cute picture of the bride and transferring the image as directed on the package.
Next, we cut out the words "Entourage" and "Bridal" in vinyl using two different fonts on the Cricut (Songbird & Cuttin' Up). The vinyl can be placed directly onto the shirt and makes the painting process MUCH easier! And we reused each cut out about five times - they came off easily and stuck to the next shirt just fine.
As soon as the paint from the first word was dry, we painted the word "Bridal" with a glitter paint using the same technique.
See how cute and glittery!! The Bride is a glitter girl and was sure to love this!
The finished shirt with my super-cute sister Jenn modeling.
They were a hit and only cost about $4 a shirt!
You can't beat that price...