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Skeleton shirt with glow in the dark vinyl (and GIVEAWAY!)

Thanks to Expressions Vinyl for sponsoring this post!

I either like to go allllll out for my Halloween costume. or bare minimum.

This year is bare minimum. So I thought I would make a cute little shirt that I feel 100% comfortable in while I walk block after block with my kids. and it glows..so my kids will still think I’m cool.
easy halloween skeleton shirt with glow in the dark vinyl from expressions vinyl Get the free cut file HERE!

Just cut out (I used Glow in the dark vinyl!) You actually cut it out on the back (not all the way through. There is a clear protective sheet over the vinyl that your iron on!)

 

Then pull away all the negative space weed away skeleton vinyl Iron it onto your project 15 seconds PRESSING! iron on vinyl peel up carrier sheet Made sure to match up the bones so they were equally spaced out on both arms… bones on arms and wear!

Looks great normal–if the weather isn’t too bad… fun halloween shirt Or if you throw on a coat you still get a fun sneak peek!
iron on vinyl and it REALLY glows bright! glows in the dark skeleton shirt I also thought I would add a little fun Halloween vinyl to a plain shirt I had in my closet….because I like to mass produce projects…

Add a fun elbow patch detail with expressions iron on heat transfer vinyl Same method..Just mark where your elbows are so they are spot on! iron on elbow patches fun decorative item If you are looking for another easy shirt for halloween–try this hot glue gun spider shirt!
058 NOW–it’s your turn to enter to win $50 worth of vinyl to create your own fun shirt (or wall decor or WHATEVER!)

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About Kimbo

Kimbo blogs at A girl and a glue gun--where she puts her hot glue gun to good use (as well as her vinyl cutter and sewing machine) She loves all crafts and is thrifty (the nice way to say she's cheap) So she is constantly trying to come up with fast and easy projects that won't break the bank! She lives in Idaho with her hot husband and 3 kiddos.