Hey guys! I think it’s time to shake things up a bit. If you know me and you follow my blog (if you’re new here – welcome!!) you know that I LOVE my Cricut and my heat press. I love making shirts, pressing HTV on fabric and coming up with new designs but I thought it was time to shake things up a bit.
This is why I love this product from Heat Transfer Source called OBM. You won’t believe the possibilities of things you can make with this stuff.
Imagine being able to take an image directly from Google, print it and then transfer it onto a shirt, bag or in this case a tea towel.
Keep reading to see how it’s done.
So rather than lay this out step by step, I thought this was a job for a video.
But before we get into the video look at how cute this tea towel is:
I do a lot of work with HTV but the thing is, when you want to do layers and colours it’s a ton of work. By using OBM, there’s no layering and not only that you can print and transfer high-quality detailed images on just about any type of fabric.
Take a look at my tutorial video and see for yourself just how easy and fun it is.