As you guys probably know that aside from being a
Rainbowholic, I'm quite a Pockyholic as well.
A few days ago, we went to Glico Factory in Saitama and of course, I just had to make something Pocky-inspired.
And so I decided to make a squishy bow with Pocky print on it.
Actually, this tutorial is quite simple.. just an upgraded version of my
nekobus plushie tutorial. ^^v
Random fact: I have a weird hobby of collecting Pocky boxes ever since I landed here in Japan.. :P
You will need:
an old shirt you can cut strips from, iron-on transfer paper, iron, pretty fabric (a polkadot one is good).. and a needle & thread.
You need to print out your photo on a iron-on sheet. Please take note that you need to print it reversed so that when you transfer it, it will show the correct image.
(Kindly read my first
iron-on sheet tutorial here so you will have a better idea.)
Also, if you want to use my Pocky collection photo, click
here and here. Please only use the photos for personal purposes. :D
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Hello~! For today's Kawaii D.I.Y. tutorial, I will teach you how to make a character plushie out of iron-on transfer sheet and an old shirt!
Actually, I didn't exactly plan to make a tutorial out of this but I thought you guys would be interested.. so I'm posting this.. yay!
I went to Ghibli museum with my friends so I just had to be in complete
My Neighbor Totoro fan coordinate! :D
It was my second time to go and I wanted a nekobus accessory to wear.. I didn't want to buy so instead, I just made one for myself.
I never thought this would become a tutorial so I forgot to take photos from the start.. but thankfully...
I already made an iron-on transfer tutorial before! Please check it out first ^^v
First of all, you need to print your character on a iron-on transfer sheet. You can buy this from your local bookstores or even online.
Make sure you print it with a "reverse" setting since you will be transferring the print flipped (you don't want that).
Use an old shirt you wouldn't mind tearing apart. Cut out the character and iron it on. You can use a clean sheet of paper on top of the cut-out so that it will be protected (just in case the iron will be too hot!).
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