OK lets start this week off with something new, just to show that i have not been idle all this time…Made a Trekkie Raglan t-shirt using the Cricut for the vinyl heat transfer. The Lettering is my own take on the Discovery-style font. I am thinking of making one on red and then blue. This is the prototype, and i think it turned out just perfectly. I got lucky in finding the vinyl that matched the sleeves almost perfectly.
Next i need to work on Presentation for these pics…need to look for an old cheap mannequin torso…
Its available on my little Etsy Shop, for those that might like to have one
Ok Discovery Fans, I know you’re out there. Show your love for the show with this Discovery inspired Trekkie t-shirt. Blue cotton tee with gold logo, applied with fabric paint in a Discovery-ish font.
Source: Trekkie T-shirt Discovery edition
Taking a spin on Easy, I opened a little shop to see if we could sell some of our creations. Here’s our 1st wave of items…DC superhero cards… crafted with the Cricut Air Explore, utilizing multiple types of card-stock. Styled after the DCEU symbols for the Man of Steel, Wonder Woman, and The Dark Knight, as well as classic The Flash and Green Lantern.
One of each is ready for sale at:
Here’s a silly little idea I had that came about pretty quickly after hearing the release date for our new Star Trek series.
Launch party invitations. 5×7, cardstock in 2 layers. Cut with the Cricut Explore Air 2.
And on sale on eBay at the moment, as a test.
$5 for three invitations, one in each of the new division colors.