You may be noticing a pattern here lately… I am on a t-shirt making kick! I can’t help it. My Cricut makes it SO easy. So today I bring you my kids’ new Christmas pajama shirts! I found these ADORABLE fair isle pants in both girls’ sizes but there were no tops to match, so I just bought some plain black t-shirts and decided that an ‘Elf’ quote would be perfect on them. It’s surprisingly difficult to find things that are in both baby and toddler sizes – why!? Anyway, iron-on vinyl is my best friend right now.
For a full in-depth tutorial on making custom shirts with a Cricut go to our post HERE. I’ll still summarize the process here and share my design with you so you can make this too if you want!
I used the Cricut Design Space to design my shirt. I used a font called Utah. If you want to use this exact design, you can just click here! I arranged it all how I liked and then saved my design. Then I added the image again, so that the design is shown twice – one on top of the other so that I could cut for both shirts at once!
Items you’ll need to make this:
I used some white iron-on vinyl, and cut it to 5″ wide. By the way, this isn’t a Cricut Maker in the photo, I’m using an Explore Air 2. I love this machine and I use it mostly for one-cut projects like this one! Especially during the holidays, making gifts and fun t-shirts is a breeze. It also saves a ton of time when you are cutting the same design multiple times. I have used it for making matching disney t-shirts and personalized teacher gifts too!
Making sure that my machine was set to iron-on and that I had my image mirrored, I let the machine do it’s thing! After weeding out the extra vinyl, I ironed the design onto each t-shirt very thoroughly. (I have my eye on the EasyPress for Christmas! For now my iron does just fine!)
They are simple but so fun and I am really excited to get my girls into these jammies this weekend while we show them Elf for the first time! It’s one of the activities on our advent calendar!
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