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  • 3D ARROW CUSHION

    DIY cushion step tutorial

     

    Hi everyone, it’s Hayley with a new project to add a bit of sparkle to your home! Perfect for valentines but also for all year round to add a little bit of love to your home. These can be added in any of our heat transfer vinyl colours so you can create a neutral colour cushion or a bright colour pop!

    What you will need:

    Step 1:

    Firstly I created an arrow template, which I used to draw around to get the same arrow shape. I drew 15 arrows on the back of the black flex vinyl and 15 on the back of the silver glitter vinyl.

    Tip: Make sure you cut all the pen marks off to avoid the pen transferring to the fabric.

    Step 2:

    I then pressed the cushion with an iron to create a smooth surface and to take the moisture out of the fabric. Now the first black arrow can be placed onto the cushion where you would like it.

    Tip: I started from the corner first and worked my way across.

    Step 3:

    Put greaseproof paper on top and press with the iron for 10 seconds - try to avoid moving the iron up and down. The plastic carrier topping can then be peeled away while warm.

    Tip: Carefully pull away the plastic carrier.

    Step 4:

    Add the glitter vinyl arrow on top of the black arrow in a staggered position. Then add greaseproof paper and press this again with an iron for 10 seconds. Then peel off the plastic carrier while hot.

    Step 5:

    Press all the other black arrows in place and then the glitter arrows.

    Yay your cushion is finished! Add this to a stack of comfy cushions for a LOVE-ly touch to your home.

    DIY cushion step tutorial

    - HappyFlex black vinyl - HappyGlitter silver vinyl

  • 2019 We are ready for ya!

    HAPPY 2019 EVERYBODY!!!

    I can’t believe it is the new year already! I don’t feel like I was 100% ready for 2018 to be over as it was such a great year for us!!

    As it is the first full week of the new year I thought I would do a quick little round up of the great year we had and let you in on some little plans we have for the new year!! You heard them here first!

    So in May 2018 I started at Happy Fabric and began to build new friendships within the craft industry. I also started producing new content for all our social channels especially within the world of Instagram.

    Marnie Happy Fabric

    I made amazing new friends like Jane from Tea and Crafting which is when we started small workshops with craft bloggers like Zeena @heartzeena and Christine @sewyeah. We had lots of fun meeting all the lovely crafters in real life.

    Happy Fabric Blogger event

    I went back to my old University to introduce the fresh new students and my old lecturers on the fashion and textiles degree to Happy Fabric. I taught small groups of the first and second years how to use the vinyl and we have absolutely loved seeing all the amazing unique ideas coming through. It has been very Inspiring. We hope to return this year to continue our relationship with the local students/ future crafters.

    I gained a helper for Happy Fabric - Beth. Some of you may have met Beth at the handmade fair or seen her on our Instagram stories. One day a week Beth comes in to help out with design work, brainstorming ideas and generally gives me a fresh outlook every week. Where would I be without her?

    Kirsty Allsop Happy Fabric

    We were then lucky enough to meet quite a few of our lovely followers at our first big craft event in September at the Handmade Fair Hampton Court. We were so touched with how supportive our lovely followers were, especially the sweets which were provided to help us with the energy we needed. We also made lots of new lovely friends who inspire us daily by the creative makes they post on social media.  We even got a picture with Kirstie Allsopp herself.

    Happy Fabric Handmade Fair

    We launched the Happy Fabric Gift Boxes which so far have been very successful. We hope to add different themes throughout the year so keep your eyes peeled out for those. Valentine’s day will be next.

    Craft HTV box

    We completed the first ever Commercial Mollie Makes take over on their Instagram account, which was so much fun and opened us up to other whole new creative audience. We also created our FIRST EVER step by step tutorial for Mollie Makes Magazine which was called ‘Twinkle Toes’ and can be found in issue 101. Did you see it? More importantly - did you try it?

    Mollie Makes Happy Fabric

    I saved my most favourite project for the very end of the year, can you guess what it was? If you guessed the polka dot coat, you would be right!! The simple polka dot flock coat was my absolute favourite project. So simple  effective. We had a fantastic response from all of your guys too, so I hope to do more like this in the future!!

    Marnie Goodman Polka Dot Coat

    Talking of the future- 2019 sees some really exciting projects on the horizon.

    First up we will be returning to Colchester School of Art and Design and will be working with the fresh student blood.

    At the End of February/Beginning of March, we will be attending the Knitting and Stitching show at Olympia in London. We are so so excited about this. We are busy producing new examples of work for you to all see and also some exciting packs exclusive for the show. So make sure you get your ticket! You DO NOT want to miss it!

    We hope to expand the happy fabric team this year too, so keep your eyes open for any vacancies that may come up.

    We will be attending the Handmade fair at Hampton Court again in September. So we look forward to seeing some old and new faces.

    And obviously, we will have lots of fun exciting project to help inspire you along the way. I'm already dreaming up some summer projects.

    So Thank you for Crafting with us and we can't wait to have you with us for the exciting year ahead!

    2019 We are ready for ya!

    Marnie x

  • THAT Polka Dot Coat.

    So do you remember in the summer when everyone went Polka Dot mad? Well, I may still be slightly obsessed. It doesn't help that there is this Polka Dot Coat that KEEPS appearing on my pinterest feed, https://the-atlantic-pacific.com/2018/01/23/spotted-williamsburg-polka-dot-coat/ and it’s all I can think about. When searching for where I could actually buy it, I was so disappointed to find that it is from the American ASOS, and was pretty pricey. So it's time to take matters into my own hands. I NEED THAT COAT!!

    After really evaluating the design of the coat I decided that this would be so unbelievably easy to recreate with a cheaper version of a plain grey coat, some black flock heat transfer vinyl and a large circle paper punch…

    What you will need…

    1. 4 A4 Sheets of Black HappyFlock
    2. 1 Circle Paper Punch
    3. Un-Textured Coat Old or New. Mine was £34.99 from New Look. (link here)
    4. Iron.
    5. Scissors.
    6. Greaseproof Paper.
    DIY Polka Dot Coat hero

    Just follow these steps

    • Preheat your iron to 165 degrees as you will be using flock, this is slightly higher than the 2 dots setting on your domestic iron.
    • Grab the first sheet of HappyFlock and peel away the plastic carrier sheet from the top layer.
    DIY polka dot coat - flock
    • You can now begin to use your paper punch to create your polka dots. Do as many as you can out of your first A4 sheet. You can always make more as you go.
    • Layout your coat flat, on a flat hard surface which is easy to work onto. I have worked on the floor so I can stand back and look at the placement of the dots form higher up.
    • Give the coat a quick pre-press to remove the moisture from the coat.
    • Now you can begin to lay the polka dots onto the coat. I have slightly over lapped some of dots to create a random look.
    DIY polka dot coat - flock placement
    • I have also cut some dots in half and laid them alongside a seam. This makes it look as if the dot was already part of the fabric.
    • When you are happy with the arrangement of the polka dots on the front panels you can begin to use the iron to press them into place.
    DIY polka dot coat - flock iron on
    • Begin to work your way round the coat and press each area as you go. It takes a bit of time, but trust me - its soooooo worth it!!
    • Once you have pressed everything into place, just go back over the coat and check every dot is ironed down securely. This will save you having to come back to iron any later on.
    • HEY PRESTO - Welcome to the Polka Dot Coat Club. Only the coolest of the cool humans get to join! Hehehe!!
    Marnie Goodman Polka Dot Coat

    I hope you enjoyed creating the Polka Dot Coat, don’t forget the polka dots don’t have to be added just to a grey coat. It also doesn't have to be black HappyFlock. It could be Fluo Pink HappyGlitter on a pair of Purple Trousers. The possibilities are endless.

    We can’t wait to see what you create!!

     

  • How to create your own Party Banner

    With the Christmas season on top of us,  I bet many of you are planning your crafty project for the festive break. I know I definitely am. Because we will be closed as from the 21st of December I am getting all my projects planned and ready to go. So, let’s not forget NEW YEAR!!

    New Year plans are always a pain, as no one ever knows what to do. So I thought I would be prepared just in case a party turns up at my house.

    A Super fun party banner with HappyVinyl which you can use every year to celebrate the new.

    DIY Party Banner Hero

    What you will need.

    • 1 x A4 Heat Transfer Vinyl. I have used HappyGlitter in Holo Gold. *
    • 1 metre of fabric of your choice.
    • Double sided tape / Sewing machine.
    • Iron / Happy Press
    • Happy Cover Grip or similar
    • Letter Stencil.
    • Ballpoint Pen.
    • Scissors / Vinyl Cutter.
    • Fabric Scissors.
    • Wooden Dowel.
    • Tape measure.
    DIY Party Banner shopping list

    *Last day for ordering is Thursday, December 20th. Back January 2nd.

    • I always like to start with the words, as it can be quite a long process to get everything prepared ready for the banner. Grab your stencil a begin to cut out all the letters with paper scissors. Take your time.
    DIY banner step 1
    • Once you have cut out your stencil letters you can begin to use them on the back of your vinyl. So grab your HTV (heat transfer vinyl) and lay it shiny side facing down.
    • When you come to use the stencils make sure you flip them over so they have been reversed, then you can begin to draw around them with a ballpoint pen. This will make it easy for you to see the design on the back of the vinyl.
    DIY banner writing
    • Grab your scissors and begin to cut out all of the letters.
    • Now that your letters have all been cut out you can prepare your fabric. You might want to turn on your iron/heat press and pre-heat it at 150 degrees which will be the 2 dots setting on your domestic iron.
    • While that is heating up grab your fabric and your tape measure. Lay it out flat, then measure and cut out 17 inches in width and 29 inches in length.
    • Then fold the fabric in half and at one end cut a diagonal line this will create the point at the bottom of your banner.
    • Now, this is the part where I like to cheat -  if you have time, get your sewing machine.
    • I add double sided tape all around all edges of the fabric. I then turn the fabric over onto itself and stick it down, tape on tape. If you are using a sewing machine, turn over your edges and sew 1cm allowance the whole way around your fabric. This will create a nice neat edge to your banner.
    DIY banner with tape
    • Then grab your dowl and lay it about 2cm just under the top part of the banner. If you are using tape, apply more tape to the straight edge.
    • Fold the fabric over the top of the dowel and stick it down into place. If you are sewing - sew a straight running stitch straight across the top of the banner. This then creates the tunnel for the dowl to go in which allows the banner to hang from.
    DIY Banner Dowl
    • Now you have got the banner ready, give it a pre-press with the iron.
    • You can now begin to lay your design face up on the banner.
    • Once you are happy with your placement on the letters grab your greaseproof paper and place it over your design, then begin to press it with your iron.
    DIY Banner HTV
    • When ironing on your design be sure to apply firm pressure to the iron. This will help your HTV adhere to the fabric.
    • If you are using HappyGlitter like me you can peel the plastic carrier off straight away.
    • Now find the perfect place to hang the banner, pop open the bubbly and celebrate the new year!!

    DIY Party Banner Hero Made with HappyGlitter

    Don’t forget this doesn’t have to just be a New Year Banner, This could be made for any special occasion that needs celebrating.

    I can’t wait to see your creations. Don’t forget to tag us in any of your makes and we could share them on our social media channels.

    Mucho Love,

    Marnie xxx

    P.S MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!!!

    P.P.S. Last day for ordering is Thursday, December 20th. Back January 2nd.

  • A Christmas Confetti Sweater

    Have you seen the Sew Jessalli Christmas Jumper blog for Tilly & The Buttons???

    It looks amazing! Sophia has done such a great job of combining our Happy Vinyl with embroidery.

    Head over to the Tilly & The Buttons Blog here to read the full post. And don't forget to enter their competition if you are making your own Christmas jumper.

    She used our HappyGlitter in fluo pink & green along with HappFlex fluo orange.

    Find Sophia on Instagram @Sew_Jessalli

    make your own christmas jumper tilly and the button

     

  • How to Make Festive Cushion Covers

    DID YA SEE US? We only went and took over Mollie make Instagram account didn’t we?

    And my word, we had a blast. we partnered up with Mollie Makes to show their followers all about Happy Fabric and what we do here. Sharing my love for our vinyl’s is so so easy to do because of the passion I have for them.

    As it’s getting closer and closer to Christmas I thought I would teach the Mollie Makers how to use our Happy vinyl’s to create their own festive cushion covers, but I didn't want you guys to miss out so here is a quick little guide on how I did it….

    Ingredients:

    • Happy Vinyl of choice (I used Black HappyFlex and Silver HappyGlitter).
    • ‘All is Calm’ artwork (free download here)
    • Cushion Covers (these came from H&M home).
    • Star shaped cookie cutter.
    • Star-shaped paper punch.
    • Pen
    • Scissors
    • Iron
    • HappyCover Grip or Greaseproof paper.
    craft vinyl on cushions

    On the cushions there is a mixture of hand-cut and machine cut designs, so something for everyone to join in with.

    htv stars on cushion

    On the mustard cushion cover, I used a star-shaped cookie cutter as my stencil. I drew around this on the back on the heat transfer vinyl in Silver HappyGlitter and Black HappyFlex. I then cut them out and placed them the right side up onto the cushion cover. I then added small star shapes by using a paper punch. Once I was happy with the arrangement of all the stars I covered them over with my HappyCover and pressed them with the iron for about 15 seconds. Once all stars were fused onto the cushion cover I then peeled the plastic carrier off of all the stars.

    htv big star on cushion

    With the pink cushion cover, I wanted to tie in the star theme so I added one larger star to the middle of the cushion cover. I printed a star shape off as large as I could get it to print. I then cut out the star shape and used it as a stencil on the back of the vinyl. I then drew around it in pen and cut it out once again. I repeated the step of pre-pressing the fabric, placed the star in the middle of the cover. I then covered it over again with a HappyCover and pressed it until the whole star was fused, working from one side to the other.

    htv all is calm on cushion

    The blue cushion cover I actually made slightly smaller by turning it inside out and sewing in a new seam along one edge. I made the ‘All is Calm’ artwork on silhouette studio and used my Silhouette Cameo to cut the design out. I have uploaded the artwork to our downloads page (here) so it can be downloaded for your own vinyl cutter or you can print it out and use it as a stencil the same way I did with the star stencil. Make sure when you draw around the stencil that you flip the artwork over so it is reverse. This way it will be the right way around when you cut it out.

    I had so much fun doing the Mollie Makes take over and I really hope everyone enjoyed it as much as I did. Welcome to our lovely new followers!!

    We used HappyFlex and HappyGlitter to make these, but any of our Happy Vinyl products will work great too.

    craft vinyl on cushions
  • DIY Advent Calendar

    So we are in late-November, and I have one thing on my mind. It's nearly time to start opening my Advent Calendar.

    So here is my step by step guide on how to create your own advent calendar. I have gone for a black and white theme so I can add pops of colour clashing wrapping paper with all the bows frills.

    Here is what I used...

    • HappyFlex Heat Transfer Vinyl in Black.
    • Iron/Heat press
    • 1 Meter of White Cotton Fabric
    • 5 Meters of Black bias Binding.
    • Number Stencil/Silhouette Cutter
    • Sewing Machine.
    • Tape Measure.
    DIY advent calender hero

    Making The Fabric Advent Calendar

    Step 1

    Preheat your iron on to the 2 dots setting which is roughly 150 degrees.

    Step 2

    Measure out a rectangle in your white cotton for the main body of the advent calendar. I have used the measurements 45cm x 90cm.

    Step 2 sewing calendar

    Step 3

    Once you have cut out your fabric, give it an iron.

    Step 4

    Begin to pin on the bias binding around the outer edge leaving out the top edge, and then sew into place.

    Step 4 sewing calendar

    Step 5

    Fold back the top edge by 5cm, and pin. Sew a line straight across the top of the fabric about 4cm from the top edge. This will create an opening for you to thread your wooden dowel through and will allow the advent calendar to hang off of it.

    Step 6

    Once you had added your bias binding and given it all another press with the iron, lay the fabric out flat on the floor and measure how big you want your pockets to be. I have gone with 5 pockets per row, and have done 5 rows to be able to fit 25 pockets in. Do you have 25 or 24? Everyone has different.

    Step 6 sewing calendar

    Step 7

    I have gone for a measurement of 38cm by 10cm. I made a template out of paper to make sure it was a nice straight rectangle. I then cut 5 out of the remaining white fabric. Making sure I had allowed for a 1 cm seam allowance.

    Step 8

    Once all 5 stripes are cut out be sure to give them another press with the iron. Then begin to pin the bias binding to one of the longer edges.    This will be the top opening of your pockets.

    Step 9

    Continue to iron in your seam allowance to the other edges to keep them in place as you will be top stitching these onto the advent calendar.

    Step 10

    Pin all 5 stripes onto the body of the advent calendar make sure they are evenly placed.

    Step 10 sewing calendar

    Step 11

    Begin to topstitch the pocket strip onto the main material, starting with the three outer edges, leaving the bias binding side un-stitched.

    Step 12

    Divide with pin the pocket strip into 5 sections and begin to top stitch to create 5 pockets.

    DIY calendar sewn

    Creating/Apply The Vinyl Numbers.

    Note

    If you do not have a vinyl cutter to create your advent calendar numbers for you, an easy alternative is to use a stencil, which can be brought from Hobbycraft and other craft stores.

    Make sure your iron is still on the 2 dot/cotton setting.

    Step1

    Choose the vinyl you want to use for your numbers.

    Step 2

    Turn the vinyl carrier side/glossy side down.

    Step 3

    With your stencil, also turn it upside down and begin to draw out your numbers, making sure they are back to front. This is VERY IMPORTANT.

    Step 4

    Cut out your numbers.

    Step 5

    Give your Advent calendar a quick pre-press with the iron. This will get rid of any moisture in the fabric, which will allow the vinyl to adhere to the fabric properly.

    Step 6

    Place your numbers into the correct position on each pocket.

    DIY calendar vinyl placement

    Step 7

    Cover them over with greaseproof paper.

    Step 8

    Apply the iron over each number and gently apply pressure with the iron to the vinyl. Hold for roughly 10-15 second.

    DIY calendar vinyl placement

    Step 9

    Remove The greaseproof paper.

    Step 10

    Begin to peel away the plastic carrier which will be on the top of the vinyl.

    DIY calendar vinyl peel

    Step 11

    Fill each pocket with yummy yummy treats for you to enjoy every morning throughout December on the countdown to Christmas.

    We used HappyFlex Heat Transfer Vinyl in Black, but why not try HappyGlitter or HappyFlock. Make sure you tag us in all your makes with #hfcrafter

    DIY advent calender hero
  • String of Lights Christmas Jumper

    Tis’ the season to light up like a Christmas Tree, and we've had lots of people asking about this so they can try and win the Tilly and the Buttons jumper competition (more on that here). So here is a quick and easy Step by Step tutorial on how to add sparkle to a jumper project or upcycle an old sweatshirt into the ‘Cutest Christmas Sweatshirt Ever’.

    Make sure you have the following tools and ingredients to get this look:

    •  x1 A4 Sheet HappyGlitter (for Baubles) in each of the following colours: Red, Orange, Gold, Kelly Green, Royal Blue, Lavender, Egg Plant.
    • x1 Meter of HappyFlex in Black (wire and top of bauble)
    • Iron
    • Greaseproof paper
    • Ballpoint pen
    • Scissors
    make your own christmas jumper with htv

    Step One Lay out your sweatshirt and begin to think about where you want the wire of the lights to go. I have mine in a squiggly line going from the right shoulder down to the waist on the left.

    Once you have an idea, lay the black vinyl across the jumper facing down. With a pen begin to draw your squiggly line. Remember when you turn your vinyl over to be ironed it will be in the reverse, so bear this in mind. Once you are happy with the line you have drawn, draw another line running alongside your first line about 5mm apart, then cut it out.

    Step Two Now you have you cut out your wire, you need your glittery baubles. I have used seven different colours. In the corner of each colour cut a leaf shape about 2cm wide.

    Make a christmas jumper step 2

    Step Three Once you have your leafy shape, at one end cut it into a curve, to get rid of the pointy end.

    Step Four On the other end cut a straight line. This will be where you will create a little ‘hat’ for your bauble. It will act as the part which attaches to the wire. I am unsure of the technical term so we'll call it a ‘Bauble hat’. Hehehe.

    Step Five To create the ‘Bauble hat’, lay your glittery bauble upside down on the back of the black vinyl. Where you have your straight line, draw a new curved end from the corners of the glitter vinyl. Add a scalloped line across the bottom of the curved end, this will be used to overlap the glittery bauble to create the ‘bauble hat’.

    Make a Christmas jumper step 5

    Step Six Now it’s time to apply the heat transfer vinyl (HappyGlitter and HappyFlex).

    Give your Sweatshirt a Pre-press with your iron, using the cotton setting (**). This will remove any moisture within the fabric and will allow the vinyl to adhere properly to the fabric. Make sure you keep the steam setting set to OFF throughout.

    Step Seven Lay out your black wire line on to the front of the sweatshirt and then begin to place your glittery baubles along it. Don’t forget to add the baubles hats too.

    Step Eight Once you are happy with the placement of everything. Take a quick picture to remind you how you laid everything out. Now remove the glittery baubles and bauble hats and place to one side.

    Step Nine Cover the black Happyflex wire line with greaseproof paper and begin to press the vinyl with the iron. The shiny side of the vinyl should be facing up.

    Apply firm pressure to the iron for about 5-10 seconds to make sure the vinyl will adhere to the fabric correctly. Then remove the greaseproof paper and remove the plastic carrier from the top of the vinyl (HappyFlex is best peeled back ‘warm’).

    Make a Christmas jumper step 9

    Step Ten Once the black wire line has been fused and the carrier removed, begin to place your glittery baubles with their hats in place along the line of the wire. I have placed my bauble hat so it is just touching the wire line to look as if it is dangling down from the wire.

    Step Eleven When you are happy with the placement, remove the bauble hat and leave the glitter bauble part in place. Repeat step nine and fuse your glittery bauble to the sweatshirt. The vinyl should be facing glitter side up (for best results remove HappyGlitter carrier when ‘hot’).

    Make a Christmas jumper step 11

    Step Twelve Once you have removed the plastic carrier from the glittery bauble place the bauble hat on top and repeat step nine once again.

    Step Thirteen Remove the plastic carriers from the baubles hats. Cover everything with greaseproof paper and give one last press all over your string of baubles with the iron.

    Make a Christmas jumper step 13

    Step Fourteen Pull Your Christmas Sweatshirt over your head and wear with your most festive skirt or trousers.

    If you would like to see more you can see the tutorial on our Instagram saved stories.

    And don’t forget to Sparkle, Christmas Cutie.

    Your tools and ingredients to get this look:

    •  x1 A4 Sheet HappyGlitter (for Baubles) in each of the following colours: Red, Orange, Gold, Kelly Green, Royal Blue, Lavender, Egg Plant.
    • x1 Meter of HappyFlex in Black (wire and top of bauble)
    • Iron
    • Greaseproof paper
    • Ballpoint pen
    • Scissors

    P.S. Have you picked up the latest Mollie Makes? When you do make sure you see how Christine from @SewYeah got on with our vinyl.

    Make your own christmas jumper

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Heat Transfer Vinyl Cushion Tutorial

    Hand cut by Cotton Clara

    We recently sent the fantastic Cotton Clara some of our samples to play around with and she has put together this cushion tutorial. She has used a mix of our vinyl materials for some lovely colour combinations.

    Products used in this tutorial are:

    cotton clara cushion

    To take part in this tutorial, all you will need is:

    • Happy Fabric Heat Transfer Vinyl
    • Scissors
    • Pen
    • Paper or thin card
    • Iron
    • Cushion cover

    To read the full tutorial click here

  • How to make your own Halloween skeleton costume

    Hey Ghosties and Ghouls!

    Can you believe that it’s October already? When did that happen? On the plus side, it’s the month of Halloween and I have a few spooky projects under my cape for you!

    First up is my costume ready for a Halloween party. It’s the Skeleton!

    how to make a skeleton costume

    Shopping list:-

    • Black long sleeved top
    • Black trousers
    • Heat transfer vinyl - I am using HappyGlitter in White and Red for the heart. Available here
    • Iron
    • Grease Proof Paper
    • Scissors
    • A large bit of paper

    How to make your costume

    • First up, draw around your T-shirt on a large bit of paper, so you can draw your pattern pieces to the right size.
    • Once you are happy with your skeleton design, cut out the paper pieces.
    • Use these paper pieces as your stencil to draw around onto the back of the heat transfer vinyl.
    skeleton costume template
    • Cut out the vinyl pieces and place them in the correct order to one side.
    • Give your T-shirt a pre-press.

    (Look at the Heat Fabric DIY sheet for heat settings)

    • Place the vinyl bones into place on the T-shirt facing the right way up. (Glitter side up!)
    • Once you are happy with your placement carefully cover the vinyl over with greaseproof paper or baking paper.
    skeleton costume with iron
    • Then with your iron apply pressure for 10-15 seconds.
    • Then peel off your plastic carrier. If you are adding a heart like I have, make sure you fuse this on first and remover the carrier before adding the bones on top.
    • And there you have it, your body of bones.
    • Repeat all step for your arms and trouser legs.

    We would love to see your handmade Halloween costumes. Send us pictures over to sales@happyfabric.co.uk with the subject title ‘HappyHalloween’ to be in with a chance of winning some goodies!

    Heat transfer vinyl used in this project was HappyGlitter in White for the bones and Red for the heart. Available here

    how to make a skeleton costume

     

    Happy Halloween HF Crafters

    Marnie x

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