Thursday, July 18, 2013

Team Spirit baseball tee made using Cricut Iron On Vinyl!

Hello, friends!


Today I have a super fun and easy project made using the Team Spirit cartridge and Cricut Iron On Vinyl. I actually made 6 different shirts in about an hour and a half. That is how easy this is to do. I will be showing those shirts in coming posts along with a tutorial, so you too can make great shirts for your family.

This shirt I made for my son. He is totally obsessed with baseball at the moment, so he picked out this image from the Team Spirit cartridge. Now he wants me to make him a Texas Rangers one....not sure that is gonna happen.

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49 comments:

Joan Smith said...

OMG Melanie I can't believe you made this gosh it turned out awesome looks like an expensive shirt from one of those sporting goods store and your son looks so cute and proud to have his new shirt. AWWWWW c'mon make him a Texas Rangers shirt he deserves it and I want to see a pic of him in it. You ROCK!! Can't wait to see the rest of your shirts.

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Wonderful iron-on t-shirt. He is a cutie. I agree with him. Go TX Rangers! I'm a fan of Kinsler. Did you know that every time the TX Rangers score 7 runs in a game Papa Johns Pizza orders are 50% off online?
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

DIane Warburton said...

He looks so happy in his new T and rightly so :-) It does look very easy, it's almost available over in the UK very soon!! :-)

Conniecrafter said...

very cool and such a cute model you have for it!

snappy scrappy said...

Super cute T...this would have been perfect when the kids were small. You know how kids stain everything...this would have saved a lot of T's!!

Sue D said...

Great shirt!

1Happy Mimi said...

Can't believe there is that much detail in the designs! Great job! (And your son's dimples are adorable"!)

Stephanie said...

The shirt turned out fabulous. No wonder your little guy is all smiles.

Anonymous said...

I haven't tried the Cricut iron-on vinyl yet. The shirt you made is great!

srob

Jaren said...

Cute!! I look forward to your tutorials!

Kim B. said...

Wow, that turned out amazing!!! Keep bringing on the inspiration!!!!

Melonie said...

I love this! I bought some of the iron-on vinyl to make my son a shirt for his first birthday party. It was a lot of fun and easy to do! And so far the shirt has held up well after quite a few washings.

Crystal said...

Awesome!!!! Love it!!!!

Debbie said...

Wonderful shirt - looking forward to the tutorials.

*Jennyfer Leung* said...

What a wonderful T-shirt! He definitely looks so happy in it! Can't wait for the tutorials.

Tami B. said...

You did a fantastic job on the shirt. I have yet to try the iron on vinyl, but I'm going to.

Melissa said...

The t-shirt and your son are adorable! I need to try this!!

gmanshk said...

I really like that shirt...you did a great job!

Anonymous said...

I love your iron on it looks so professional, super cute.
sekala45@roadrunner.com

K and P's Mom said...

That shirt looks like it came from the store. Great job. Looking forward to watching your video.
Thanks for a chance to win.

Mary O'Neal

Nina said...

What a happy expression your son has - he sure seems
proud of the amazing shirt you crafted for him.

littlen said...

great job. tfs.

ScrappySue said...

The iron on vinyl is great, but kudos to the model. He's got the same great dimples as mom.

Natasha said...

I love the t-shirt and the colours you used on it!!

I am so not brave enough to try this on my own (I still have vinyl I bought 2-3 yrs ago and haven't tried out).

Love what you've done!

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CottageRose said...

Love the t-shirt, Melanie. Can't wait to see more and to get that tutorial for any tips!

Karee Sue said...

Love the T-shirt, I've been wanting to try that forever, maybe someday.....

Vanessa said...

The shirt turned out great! I really want to try this! Thanks for sharing!

Jacqueline Sherman said...

Cute shirts! I wouldn't recommend making a Texas Rangers shirt and wearing it to a game. There are people looking for counterfeit merchandise and you might be approached. Just specify that you made the shirt yourself & haven't sold the merchandise.

Good luck!

Kim said...

Love the shirt. And to make so many in so little time is great!

tndj said...

love the shirt. Makes me want to try it. Have the vinyl but have to go get the shirt.

jkstiles77 said...

What an awesome T-shirt! And he looks so proud wearing it!

Cheryl W said...

Your son is so cute! He looks proud and shy, all at the same time. His shirt looks so perfect - so professional! I can understand why he now wants a Texas Rangers shirt.

Patty said...

He's such a cutie!! Great T-shirt, I can't wait for your tutorial! I'd like to make some for my grandchildren & I've never used the vinyl before!

Kristen N. said...

Great looking shirt and boy! Got to give the iron on a try one of these days.

D- said...

This is an amazing tee shirt. TFS. Thank your handsome model for me.
D~
http://designsbtdragonfly.blogspot.com

surfnfroggie said...

Excellent job Melanie thanks for the file too! Your son make a handsome model too!

a*sweet*indulgence said...

Great T-shirt. Does he ever look like Mom!

jordanbev5 said...

What a gorgeous little boy, and the shirt too!! He is just adorable and love the idea of making t-shirts for whatever our children's obsessions are...for the moment!!!

Maria B. said...

What a cute model for your shirt. Does the vinyl peel of easily after washing it?

Cindy Lou said...

What a super cute shirt! I can't wait to see your tutorials so that I can make my own! Your son looks adorable and very proud in his new shirt! I would love to win the Early Years" scrapbooking cartridge as I have two grandchildren on the way, and am eager to scrapbook their lives!

Marie said...

Cute shirt! I haven't tried the iron on vinyl yet. First grandson is due later this year. Hmmm

Debbie Z said...

Great T-shirt! You did a very nice job on it. Thanks for sharing.

Rose said...

My son would have love this T-shirt!We lived at the ballfield I can see how proud your son is of this MOM!(THE COOLEST MOM EVER) I can see you making more for school (1 of a kind T-shirts)TFS
Rosebud222222222

UnikByYes said...

Fabulous TShirt Melanie!! THanks for the inspiration!! I am impatiently awaiting the arrival of 3 iron on rolls I have order, I cannot wait to get my little hands on them ;)
Have a wonderful day!
Liz O

Marilyn said...

What a great t-shirt! Your son looks like he is thrilled to be your model, but I bet he loves his shirt. Thank you for sharing!

Deneen said...

Great T-shirt! It looks professional. Thanks for sharing!

LaurieD said...

Very cute!

Future TKT said...

Love what you can do with the Cricut! Cute ideas! Thanks!

 
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