Iron-on vinyl is an easy and beautiful way to create your own professional looking graphic tee at home! I'm in LOVE with the way this dress turned out! This post is sponsored by Cricut and contains affiliate links.
Have you ever tried to make t-shirts at home? Maybe for a school project with fabric paint? I have, especially when I was in high school and nothing ever quite turned out. Of course I wore it for the special event it was made for but it was never something I would wear again. I really wish the Cricut Explore was around back then! Heat transfer vinyl or Iron-in vinyl is my new favorite thing and guys- FOIL iron on is ahhhhmazing!! I'm pretty sure if you caught me out in this t-shirt dress you would never thing "Oh that's a craft project"! ha!
The best thing about this project is that YOU can make it at home too! It's SO EASY. Keep reading for my step by step instructions including a video that walks you through how to upload my SVG file into the Cricut design space, resize the image exactly how you want it and cut Iron-on!
How to Make a Cricut Foil Iron-On Vinyl Tee
Download the #Happy SVG file HERE
Cricut Foil Iron-on, I used light gold
Weeding Tool (I use this tool all.the.time)
Blank T-shirt or piece of clothing
Step 1: Measure your Tee & cut out the graphic. Use a measuring tape to decide how large you want your graphic to be. I sized my graphic to be 8.5". Watch the video below for uploading the SVG file for the #Happy graphic into the Cricut design space and cutting it with Foil Iron-on.
Step 2: Weed the graphic. Using a weeding tool remove the extra vinyl around the letters. You want to remove all vinyl that you don't want on your shirt.
Once weeded your image should look like the picture below
Step 3: Iron on the graphic. Make sure to read the instructions on the vinyl packaging. Ironing the shirt before you lay the graphic down to heat up the surface helps speed up the adhesion process. The packaging does not say that you need to use a press-cloth, however I'm always nervous so I use one! :)
Let it cool and remove the liner and VOILA! You're beautiful tee is finished! See why I'm addicted?! This is the easiest type of craft EVER.
Have you ever made anything with iron-on vinyl? Are you convinced now that you totally need to?! I hope so!😆 Sometimes craft projects can be a long process, it's nice to have something up your sleeve for a quick win, instant satisfaction in something you made!
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