“Sayings” Socks

These socks with the Sayings on they are EVERYWHERE! I thought, why not jump on the bandwagon and make some for everyone for Christmas lol.

I made some that I thought appropriate for everyone and cut Heat Transfer Vinyl.

This was another one of those I hope it works projects, because you really have to wonder sometimes if something can really work as well as people say at so many different things. Lets just say that again, I was very pleasantly surprised.

Heat Transfer Vinyl “weeds” so well. It doesn’t have the tendency to rip as regular vinyl can at times if you aren’t careful. It pulls off around the designs perfectly. That wasn’t the part I was worried about.

I don’t know about you, but I can’t say I have ever ironed socks. I wasn’t sure how the vinyl would adhere to the socks or if my little iron would actually burn/melt the socks lol! Apparent it won’t.

The vinyl adhered perfectly! All I had to do was design what I wanted on the socks, cut the HTV, lay it out on the soles of the socks and iron it on. It was SO easy and I was SO impressed yet again!

For Chris I did “We Interrupt This Marriage for Hockey Season” with a Blue Maple Leaf on them

For Dillon I did “All I Got For Christmas Are Crappy Socks” with the Poop Emoji on them

For Codey (my son-in-law) I did “If You Can Read This I’m Busy” with a game controller on them

And for Kim I did Labour Socks lol, They say “I Can Not Keep Calm I’m Having A Baby” with little Baby Feet on them!

Sandie

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