I know what makes a little girl more excited than anything else: starting school. Well… ok. Maybe Disney Land would be more exciting, but my girl could not be more excited to start school. I wanted to have a fun way to celebrate so I decided to make her a quick “first day of school” t-shirt! A few friends and I are sharing some quick 10 Minute DIY projects, for kids, and I’ll share all of their great projects below :)
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I think the most likely time for someone to make their littles a t-shirt is the start of Preschool or Kindergarten, but if you want to see a t-shirt for another grade, leave a comment and let me know!
Once you open the design space links, press go! Set your Cricut to “Iron-On Vinyl” and don’t forget to click the button to reverse your image.
Place your iron-on vinyl on your mat with the shiny side down.
Once your vinyl is cut, peel back the unnecessary pieces to leave just the words overtop of the clear protective layer.
Place the words overtop of your t-shirt, with the protective layer up.
Put your iron on the “no-steam” setting. Press over each spot for at least 10 seconds until the vinyl has set.
When the vinyl is set, you should be able to easily pull back the protective layer.
Do the same with the second set of words. Make sure that your iron doesn’t touch the already set words, unless you have have a protective sheet on them.
To say this little one is excited is an understatement! I hope your little ones enjoy their t-shirts just as much!
Don’t forget to check out the other great 10 Minute DIY Projects for Kids!