Friday, July 26, 2013

Batman tee made using the Cricut Iron On vinyl.

Hello, friends!


CCR file: https://app.box.com/s/iyy3eljg7sqw8f59ncxa
GYPSY file: https://app.box.com/s/xf7ke4c5gcy1vlflcaxu


Before you guys stop following me because you think this blog has gone to just iron on vinyl, know that I only have two more to show. However, I will not be showing them until next month. This is the last of the iron stuff for a bit. I have scrapbook layouts, home decor, and cards made for next week!


Ok, when I started making these shirts it dawned on me that I could make my son a Batman or Superman tee-shirt as well since Provo Craft has both of those cartridges. I mean you could really go to town making great things for your kids with iron on vinyl and your cricut! Just think of all of the possibilities with the Disney, Spongebob, and Hello Kitty cartridges! I may have to make myself a Hello Kitty one! I just love that little kitty cat!




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44 comments:

Joan Smith said...

What a great shirt and my goodness your son is so cute he and can tell he's so luvin' his shirt. You have done a great job with the iron on vinyl. I can't wait 2 C everything you've got planned starting Aug 1st. It's like Christmas just can't wait.

BethAnn M said...

Really cute shirt, and fabulous idea to use all of the carts we have for iron-on vinyl! I haven't tried it yet but you are giving me ideas! Thank you for all your inspiration.

RLS Innovations said...

what a cute model. Make all the shhirts you can for him. He deserves it.

Sue
rolfe974@prodigy.net

Nu2Scrap said...

It is amazing with all the possibilities of owning a Cricut! Your son's shirt is adorable! I have not tried the iron-on yet, but you certainly inspire us Melanie! Thank-you! -Barb-

gmanshk said...

I think it is great that you are showing us all of the possibilities with the iron-on vinyl. The sky is the limit. thanks

Melissa Chesser said...

Great shirt. And it's so obvious your son loves his shirt.

Tami B. said...

Disney shirts....now that's an idea!

Ann said...

cUTE SHIRT, BET YOUR BOY LOVES IT. HE LOOKS HAPPY. THANKS FOR CHANCE TO WIN A GREAT CARTRIDGE!
mstgane
ann

Kristi said...

BATMAN!!! So cool.
Kristi
kidshomelove at yahoo dot com

Vanessa said...

Very cute! Thanks for sharing!

3boysinrome said...

I saw these two cartridges the other day online and thought what great fun for my great niece and nephews. Haven't used iron on vinyl, might have to give it a try. Love the new card cartridge! Thanks for sharing.
Alison L.

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Cute. Was wondering how the vinyl holds up in the wash. Of course, you turn the shirt inside out to wash it right?
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

CathyinMN said...

What a fun shirt! It's great for a Batman fan. I'm just curious as to how well does the iron on vinyl hold up when washed.

Melissa said...

Cute! I am loving the iron on vinyl ideas!!

littlen said...

I've never tried using vinyl, but these shirts sure are cute. tfs.

Debbie (from Sugar Land) said...

Although your cards and layouts are lovely, and I wouldn't want you to stop those, it's fun to have some other ideas for our Cricuts... Thanks for sharing all your projects with us.

Melanie said...

When I saw the black paint splats on your son's Batman picture I wondered how come everyone was being so smiley and calm when there was black paint on the couch!! Phew! Glad I figured out it wasn't really black paint! TFS!

Monica said...

So many possibilities...keep 'em coming!

Kaye said...

Oh my....how cute! And they say the next movie is going to have Superman and Batman both! I see a new tee shirt in the future!

Sherrie K. said...

Great job on the iron on vinyl! Your son looks so proud:) What a sweetie!
Sherrie K
http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

tndj said...

how cute and your model is gorgeous and will be fighting off the girls in no time at all. TFS

Karee Sue said...

Love the tee,
someday soon I'll get my hands on some iron transfer vinyl and make some as well.....sigh.....

Brynn01 said...

Where do you get your vinyl?

D- said...

Look at you making all of these fun shirts. Great ideas. TFS.
I spill food and stain the fronts of my shirts all the time. This would be a great way to "fix" those so the shirt can get some more use.
D~
http://designsbydragonfly.blogspot.

Lara said...

Darling shirt- what a handsome boy! I like this cut quite a bit. Nice work!

Peg Toth said...

That is one awesome t-shirt, and from the smile on the little guy's face, he certainly thinks so also!

Geri Apodaca said...

Thank you for sharing, I have 2 9 yr. old Grandsons and a 2 yr. old Grandson that all love Batman!!!

Kathy:) said...

This is an awesome t=shirt. I love that ideas. Are you going to give a iron on vinyl demo using the Cricut vinyl? Thank you very much.
Kathy:)

kathy.unger113@gmail.com

Kim said...

I have never used vinyl on my cricut but it's amazing what you can do. great shirt

Patty said...

Very cute...his friends will be getting jealous, and soon you'll be making shirts for his whole classroom & friends!!

Windy said...

Awww, you're having fun with this, and your family's definitely benefiting!

okscrapgal13 said...

Good looking model, your darling son!!! I like the shirt too! I have a brand new Grandson and you've certainly given me some excellent ideas for him to wear!
Thanks so much!
I really, really hope to win this week's card cartridge. This one has been on my wish list for way too long!

Crystal said...

Lovin' the shirt. I may go get some vinyl & play. Does crack when laundered? Thanks for the giveaway!

LaurieD said...

So stinkin' cute!

Kathleen said...

What a cute Batman shirt!!! I love seeing what you do. I am excited about your giveaway to. I have signed up to be follower and subscribed to the e-mail subscription. Thanks so much for the chance to win.

snappy scrappy said...

This is my fav T so far!!!

Cynthia B. said...

Looks like your son likes his new shirt - WTG, mom! Superheroes and supermoms rock! :)

Jan Lynn said...

I have two grandboys that will go bonkers for this. TFS

Sue D said...

Perfect for a batman fan.

Diane A. said...

I really like the shirt - my daughter is a huge Iron Man fan, wonder if I could do one for her with that logo. Thanks for showing us that we can do that with my Cricut.

Annette Snyder said...

I love t-shirt vinyl! thanks for all of the inspiration!

ScrappySue said...

There's that awesome model again. Oh, and the shirt is great, too.

Anonymous said...

The shirt is cute, but the little boy is even cuter!!

srob

Deneen said...

Such a cute model. Love the T-shirt!

 
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