Long time no post. I do have a valid excuse, but that isn’t what this post is about.
So, in the last couple of days we have gotten multiple calls from
‘DSCNT CBL SRVCS’ 702-359-7676
Every call we had sent to the voicemail and they never left a message. After a few of the calls I did a Google search and found out that some people were getting 7 – 10 calls a day from this number! Ouch. So, I went into our phone system and blocked it.
Then, I got an email from FTC titled ‘How to Stop Unwanted Calls’. Since I know everyone isn’t signed up for the FTC emails I figured I would attach a link to their website that gives options on how to stop the unwanted calls.
Long time no post… I just saw a photo of a Christmas present I made so I figured I would do a quick post.
Who else has gotten into using Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV)? There are many videos on YouTube, individual blogs, etc so I won’t repeat how to do it, but I will show you the first project that I did for a family member.
first HTV shirt
The lighting wasn’t great, but the trees are a solid green. I used my Sizzix hand die cutting machine and some of the dies I had for making scrapbooks. I had to play around with which way the HTV needed to be placed on the die since I wasn’t able to electronically flip my text.
The shirt is still being worn, but I have had to touch up a few of the letters with an iron. I am still working on the correct amount of time, etc that they should be ironed for, etc.
Since this original shirt I have made eight more shirts for different family members. So far I haven’t heard that the shapes or letters have fallen off.