I made this Victorian Skull Pillow for Chae for Christmas. She wanted this transfer on a t-shirt but I could not bring myself to make that. I think she is a little young to be walking around with skulls on her shirts. LOL! But a throw pillow for her room? That is a whole different story.
When working on any fabric, you want to iron it first. This makes inking your transfer go faster and smoother. It also prevents your finished design from having any lines or bumps through it.
I used black on one side and her favourite colour, red, on the other side. I like both but I find the red a little jarring with this transfer. If I were making my own pillow for my bench, I would do it in Shimmer Silver, Storm or a combination of the two. But this wasn’t for me. Chae will love the red.
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