You guys loved the ice cream elbow patches so today… balloons! I figured with back to school season right around the corner, this Cricut project could be a fun little DIY for your kiddo’s sweaters! Balloons don’t have to be just for birthdays, of course! They would make for pretty schnazy birthday attire though. Let’s make ’em!
1. Open up this project in Cricut Design Space. Follow the instructions for cutting your balloons out of the iron-on material. Peel the excess iron on material off the clear liner, leaving only your balloon shapes. While it’s cutting, try on your sweater and mark the elbows with a pin.
2. Place the balloon (right side up, liner still on) centered over the pin and remove the pin.
3. Use your iron to iron the balloon in place according to the directions on the packaging.
4. Now it’s time to stitch your string! Using your embroidery thread and needle, stitch a string from the bottom of the balloon to the cuff of the sweater with a back stitch. Knot at each end.
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Ideally, this sweater should be worn while carrying these balloons. Am I right!?
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