Ugly Sweater for Christmas ๐ŸŽ…

Introduction: Ugly Sweater for Christmas ๐ŸŽ…

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Step 1: Ugly Christmas Sweater

irst ugly sweater party. I donโ€™t think I have a picture but it was pretty simple, I tok a sweater and hot glued Christmas lights to it. Fun, right?! This year I decided to do something different and I did a fun glitter DIY ugly sweater. I lucked out my finding a red sweatshirt at Goodwill for only $3.99. I donโ€™t care how annoying glitter is to clean, I knew I wanted a sparkly ugly sweater. Tulip sent me some glitter products and I was excited to put them to good use.

Step 2: Step 2..

I really enjoyed all of these products. The Fashion Glitter Bond was easy to use with the glitter. The vinyl was easy to adhere and the brush on paint was perfect for the sweatshirt. Here is my before:

Step 3: Here Is What I Used: -



Sweatshirt from Goodwill
Tulip Glitter Iron On Transfer Sheets
Tulip Fashion Glitter
Tulip Soft Paint
Tulip Glitter Dimensional Fabric Paint
Freezer Paper
Cricut Explore
Iron

Step 4: How To:-

I cut the green glitter vinyl sheet on the Cricut Explore into a Christmas tree. I cut these on the โ€œIron Onโ€ setting, this one worked perfectly.
I then cut ornament shapes on freezer paper on the Cricut Explore.
I started with the green tree and ironed it onto the sweatshirt. This was pretty easy to adhere to the shirt.
I took the deer head stencil and ironed it onto the top of the tree. I then took the glitter glue and spread it throughout the stencil. I topped it with the gold glitter and let set for about 3o minutes. I removed it carefully to include any extra glitter.
I then wrote out โ€œBe Merryโ€ in gold glitter.
I finished by ironing on the ornament stencils to the sweatshirt. I filled them in with the different glitters and paints.
I finished with some glitter paint accents towards the bottom.

Step 5: Complete

My biggest tip is to be patient while the paint dries, plan on making your sweater at least a couple days before.

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