Thanks to something that Melissa Allen, one of my friends at Cricut, said yesterday, I knew I had to design this file to share with all of you.
Are you with me? Do you love your Cricut and all the things you can do with it?
Click this link to open the Design Space project and it’s ready for you to make your own bag, tshirt, mug. . . whatever!
I decided to put it on a shirt and here’s how it came out. It’s been a couple of weeks since I’ve really been able to sit down and make something, and I love that my Cricut lets me be creative at a moments notice, and start to finish (including design time in Design Space) this only took me 20 minutes to make. And that accounts for the time I needed to let my iron heat up!
If you are cutting this from iron on transfer vinyl, make sure you MIRROR the images before cutting, and the vinyl goes shiny side down on your mat, or they’ll come out backwards.
For more instructions on how to use heat transfer vinyl, check out both of these posts:
|Mermaid Vinyl Shirt|
|Minnie Mouse Tote|
Now get out there and embrace that crafty life that chose you! If you make something with this file, please share it and let me know (like tag @steph_crafting_rain on Instagram) That makes me the happiest ever!
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