So now is the time people start to wig over pumpkin spice. One year I really got into it but I’ve since decided that the PS is not for me. This wasn’t until AFTER I purchased a box of Pumpkin Spice Cheerios only to find that I’m so not feeling it this year. Perhaps it’s because as I drove home it was 101° that put me off of my fall spirit or perhaps it’s just not doing it for my palate this year.
It’s kind of disappointing. I want to get wrapped up in that all encompassing I want everything to be pumpkin spice fervor that so many ladies get into. But, alas, pumpkin spice sausages weren’t for me and, to be honest, I’d rather stick with my white chocolate mocha well hitting up the S-bucks.
But since I still think the whole phenomenon is really cute, I decided to make a shirt to go with the sentiment for everybody out there who DOES love their pumpkin spice lattes and pumpkin spice marshmallows and pumpkin spice body wash and any other number of pumpkin spice things. Me, I’ll take my pumpkin spice only in things that actually taste like pumpkin in the first place, like pumpkin pie! Yea!
With this project I learned that I am in LOVE with heat transfer glitter vinyl. IN LOVE. Look at how bling-y my tee shirt came out? It came out so well that I just made another tee (with a little bit of Hallween zing!) I’ll be sharing with you next week. Here’s what I learned. It’s the bomb.
Other than a little more patience being necessary, glitter HTV is seriously where it’s at. Bling, bling!
Of course, you can use any HTV that you’d like and I wouldn’t judge you. I was going to go with orange HTV on a white tee until that gold glitter business in the same box caught my eye.
Carefully weed that baby, iron it on and get ready to explain how you made your shirt to just about every lady in yoga pants. For real, y’all. :)
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