Silly New PJ’s with Heat Transfers!

When I found out the Silhouette promo was going to be Heat Transfer – I knew just what to do – new, funny pj’s – for me and my daughter!

Before we get to my projects, let me give you the scoop on the awesome promo!
This month you can get:

1 Silhouette SD
1 package white flocked heat transfer material
1 package teal smooth heat transfer material
1 package dark pink smooth heat transfer
All for $219!

 That’s a $125 savings!
Click here for the deal!

If you already have the machine, you can get 25% off heat transfer materials!
Use the code FLAMINGO at checkout for your discount!
(The promotion runs May 17 – 25 so don’t wait!)

One of the fun things about having a teenager (besides the fact that you can send them to the grocery store when you’re out of milk) is that they are old enough to have their own sense of humor.
For some reason both my kids have developed these snarky, sly senses of humor. I have no idea where they get it.
Ok I do.
It’s Mr. F.T.’s fault.
Yep babe – I just threw you under the bus.

So for our new pj’s, here’s what we came up with:

We went hunting for inspiration at Snorg Tees – an online shop with hilarious t-shirts.
(Disclaimer – some of the shirts there are edgy/risque/etc. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.)
We picked out these two styles to knockoff:

Hedgehogs Can't Share Everything Is Easier Said Than Done

I switched them up a bit – for my daughter’s I made a different hedgehog and for mine I added some cute little stick figure friends.
(If you’d like the Silhouette files of the designs I made – send me an email (bev(at) – I’ll mail them to ya.)

Silhouette’s Heat Transfer is soooo easy to use!
You just cut out the design . . .

Peel off the transfer material that isn’t part of the design . . .

If you’re anything like me, realize you haven’t reversed your image until you’ve peeled off all the transfer material. Lovely.
Redo the whole thing.

Much Better.
Place the sticky transfer tape down on the shirt.

Iron On . .

Peel up the plastic and your transfer should be ironed on to your shirt! If it’s not, put the plastic back and re-iron.

I couldn’t waste the extra little hedgehog from my unreversed transfer – so I ironed him onto the back of the t-shirt at the bottom.

That’s it – so easy right?? Yet I still felt the need to show you all those steps. ;)

I like my daughters a bit better than mine – I think the blue stands out more on the white.
Doesn’t matter too much – it’s not like a ton of people will see them. ;)

What do you think?
I have a fun sweater re-do coming up this week too!

I’m linking to Sunday Scoop, Today’s Creative Blog, Met Monday, Skip to my Lou, Tutorials & Tips Tuesday
and the other fabulous parties on the sidebar – make sure you check them out!

I’m also over at C.R.A.F.T. today – taking part in Jamie’s Creating Really Awesome Free Trips series!

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I’m sharing all the cool free (and cheap) stuff to do in San Diego! Come say hi!


  • Who WOULDN’T love a flocked hedgehog set of jammies?

    One of these days I’m going to bite the bullet and buy one of those Silhouette machines!

  • Reply May 29, 2011


    awww how sweet are those pj’s! very creative !!

  • Reply September 20, 2011


    Hi there!

    I adore the Hedge Hog design! Would you be interested in selling the iron on design? I need uber cool jammies for pj day at school!

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