Monday, June 24, 2013

Ballerina Top

Take a look at all of the great iron on transfers I got from Wholeport this month:


Today I'm going to show you how to use that black one up there in the left hand corner.

When I opened up the package I didn't know what to make of this one.  This is what it looked like online:
and as you can see up top, it's a little different in the package...so I had to do a little test first.


Wow!  I was very pleasantly surprised!  Look at all that detail, and it's flocked (fuzzy).  None of the transfers I received had any directions and through a bit of trial and error I figured out that each one of them has a slightly different application process.

My niece decided she liked the row of ballerina's, so I cut out the row, placed them at the bottom of the top I purchased for her, and used lots and LOTS of heat to apply with my iron.



For this one you have to gently peel off the backing when it's still a bit warm.  Don't wait until it cools all the way down, you'll just have to heat it up again to get the backing off.


I still can't get over the detail you can get with this transfer.  I highly recommend this one, and it's only $4.99~

I can't think of what to do with all of those little lady head though.  If you have some ideas for me, leave a comment below~

*This is a sponsored post however I received no compensation other than product and all opinions are my own.

4 comments:

Suzanne Winter said...

the heads make me thing of cameos - so an ornate oval frame with the cameo on white int he middle as a piece fo art?

Gina Wamsley said...

Very cute! Saw on mad skills link party. I am just before you. I'd love for you to visit as well.
gina
http://ginascraftcorner.blogspot.com

Donna Wilkes said...

I was thinking the same as Suzanne with using the transfers as cameos. Loved how the ballerinas turned out.

Janlynn said...

Looks great. I am sure she will love it!

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