Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Airplane Pillow with Heat Transfer Paper from Silhouette

Here is an easy project to do with the Silhouette Heat transfer paper!
We are getting a big boy room ready for my son! We are going to decorate with vintage travel decor. Like vintage airplanes, cars, trains and maps. I am super excited to make some things for his room and here is my first project!
I use the yellow smooth heat transfer paper from Silhouette. I DO NOT have a Silhouette die cutter, but it still worked great! I just used my scissors and exacto knife.

Here is how you can make your own:
1. Plan out your design on the back side of your heat transfer paper.  Remember to make it BACKWARDS.

2. Cut it out using scissors or an exacto knife. 

3. Place it on your pillow cover.  Place a piece of fabric over it and heat your iron to no more than 300 degrees {cotton setting}.  Let the Iron sit on the design for 30 -45 sec.  Remove Iron and fabric and peel off the clear sheet.  If the clear sheet does not come off reheat.  
It is that easy!   And it LOOKS great! 

Don't miss out on the Silhouette giveaway going on RIGHT now! 

Silhouette is also offering a great deal for F&J readers:
Silhouette is offering 25% off on all their accessories with the code: JELLYBEANS
This deal ends Nov. 13th so, do not miss out!

I was provided with the heat transfer paper from Silhouette to review free of charge.  However my opinions are always honest!  


Angie Holden said...

So cute!! I really need to win that transfer paper!!

Life in Rehab said...

Absolutely adorable, I love it! I can't wait to see what else you do.

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