Saturday, February 19, 2011

Imagine T Shirts!




These t shirts were really easy to make. I got some printable iron on fabric from Joanns and some t shirts from Michaels. The t shirts are only 2/$5 this week at michaels!

Super easy to make. I just put them in my imagine. The Yellow one was made using Everyday Cricut. This is a new cartridge made just for the cricut circle. The pink one is for my daughter. It is made using Kate's Kitchen. My son wanted a soccer shirt and of course I don't have the soccer cartridge. I did find a soccer ball on the Beset friends cartridge though. The font on that one is from Mickey font.

I did do test cuts to make sure I had the sizes right. I also cut at the highest blade pressure.

9 comments:

L.B. said...

Very fun shirts!!

Tanya said...

These turned out sooo cute! Love them all, my granddaughter would love the one with the treats on it! Great ideal...will have to get up the nerve to try this out!
Tanya

Sonya said...

Great job!

Bethany said...

Love! We need matching shirts. Seriously. LOL

Jennifer Stutzman said...

come on over Bethany! :) Michaels ahs the t shirts this week for a big $2.50

Mrs. Green said...

LOVE the Popsicle one!

Josie0602 said...

Your shirts are wonderful!! I love how you can print on them and add them to your shirts!

HappyHappyJoyJoy said...

Really, really cute!!! I love the iron on idea - I was thinking fabric paint but this sounds WAY easier and cuter! Great job!! Hugs, Joy

Roxx said...

You know I bought the transfer sheets over a month ago & haven't had the time yet! We made some Cricut shirts at our Cricut Swarm last weekend. OOh thanks for info on blade depth.

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