May the Fourth Shirts
The Silhouette Design Store released this cute May the Fourth gnome inspired bundle in the store today and when they asked if I wanted to play with it, I said yes of course!
My husband and I have been brainstorming ideas, thinking “outside the box”. This was the perfect “team” project as he could make design suggestions and I could put them into action.
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Check out all of the Silhouette Design Store bundles HERE.
Here are a few that I have made so far.
I showed my son his new gnome shirt and he loved it!
The expression on his face was so worth it when he read it out loud.
I used the May the Fourth bundle and Gnome font by Lori Whitlock – Design #307096
This was created using the PN In A Galaxy Far Away font by Illustration Ink – Design #111259 for the text. I used the Text to Path to shape the font around the space ship – find out more on Text to Path HERE.
And it’s a good thing that I only make shirts for my family, they don’t seem to mind that they might be a bit crooked. I really though I had it with this one, but I guess I was just too excited when I went to press it.
I’ll just tell them to stand a bit crooked.
I have so many ideas still on my list and I’m really considering declaring May the Fourth an “official” holiday in our house this year. We all need something to look forward to and celebrate I think.
I know the kid’s will be happy to have a break from virtual school and wear their new shirts for a movie marathon.
This gnome design bundle is so cute and these designs are exclusive to this bundle for the next month. After that you can pick up the designs individually in the store.
Grab the May the Fourth bundle HERE to make a May the Fourth design for yourself.
As a bonus, if you grab it in the first 24 hours, you get an additional 25% discount.
This applies to all new bundle releases, so keep your eyes out for one that fits your needs.
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