I just love this month's Circle Magazine challenge! It's all about upcycling a thrift store find, and I love a good thrift store. Here are the rules:
"We are taking the challenge from Lisa’s Design Star Feature for our contest this month!
Find something from the thrift store to repurpose with your imagination and your Cricut Machine. Please use at least four Cricut cuts in your design." Contest is open only to Circle members.
It may surprise some people to know that my favorite thrift store finds are usually clothes. I find many brand-name goodies for the kids, and even items for myself. After all, why spend full price on black pants for work? Or jeans to wear around the house? And I can't believe that so far, none of the entries for this contest are using clothing! So, I found this Old Navy jean jacket that looks like it's never been worn...
PrintOnIt. I chose my font from the Nifty Fifties cartridge for a retro look, and colored the letters pink using the Imagine. Following the directions in the package, I ironed the pieces on to the back of my jacket. Then I blinged up the letters using my I-rock and clear crystals.