Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Cricut Explore Four Leaf Clover Iron On Tee


Today I have another St Patrick's Day themed tee, that I made using my Explore and an SVG file (Charmed Life) I bought from Lettering Delights. I have never used SVG's before, but thought I would give it a whirl. it was so very easy to do with the new software! You guys are going to love the possibilities this machine gives you.

My son was so excited about this shirt! The trick will be trying to get him to not wear this every other day to school ;-)

I used Cricut Iron-On Vinyl in White and Teal.







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38 comments:

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Lucky boy indeed. Looks good. I need to give vinyl a try for this. I've made iron-on t5ransfers using a photo and an Avery iron-on transfer sheet but not vinyl on Cricut. Wondering how the vinyl holds up in the washer & dryer?
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Kim said...

Never tried vinyl. I stick with cards. Need to start expanding my projects.

Sue said...

Thank you for sharing this. I would love to see a tutorial on using the svgs purchased from LD and SVG Cuts.

Barb A. said...

Nice looking model and tee. Thanks for sharing your time, talents, and ideas with us.

Katrina Brown said...

So cute! Shirt and son!

Kathy:) said...

You have a very handsome son. And he is so lucky to have such a great Mom. Thank you for sharing.
Kathy213:)

kathy21361(at)yahoo(dot)com

lmkindell1 said...

Wonderful model you have and an awesome shirt.
linda
lmkindell1@verizon.net

Diane said...

What a cute shirt and model! Every day you make me want that Explore more. I need to start playing the lottery! Wonder what's in stort tomorrow.

Martha Herrera said...

Awesome idea! I would make matching shirts for the ladies and I who get together and scrapbook the first Saturday of every other month - that would be so cool.
Thanks for the chance to win blog candy.

Joan Smith said...

AWWWW what a cool shirt and your son is so handsome. Love how you do the vinyl iron you are really good at it because I did the vinyl iron on that came with the Explore and it can be tricky mine ended up looking awesome but it is tricky and you've done several now and you are really good at it. Oh heck you're good no great at everything. You are such a sweetheart and your son takes after you. Lucky you lucky him!!

Barbara Hart said...

What a precious model! I know I will need to get that Explore eventually. Thanks for letting us experience it vicariously for now! Making tees would be a fun new project.

Jaren said...

Another very cute shirt!

Barbara said...

Another cute Tee. Thanks for the chance to win the Create A Friend Cartridge.
bgalyean2011(at)aol(dot)com

charity brown said...

what a neat shirt...love the new ideas!

Anonymous said...

Anyone would be lucky to have a shirt like that.
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Megan H. said...

What a great shirt. Thanks for sharing.
Megan H.
mhcards@embarqmail.com

Donna and Sara said...

Another terrific project! I love the vinyl. Thank you.

Vanessa said...

Your son is indeed lucky to have such a talented mom! Thanks for sharing this cute shirt.

Liliana said...

I have never tried using vinyl but after seeing so many cute pictures of different projects using viny I want to try it for myself. Super cute shirt!

Coelle said...

Thanks for sharing your projects.... you make everything look so easy to do. I have the Explore on my wish list!

Paper Sewn Visions said...

Cute shirt. I am going to have to try and use my cricut to do some vinyl work. TFS

Dee said...

I think your son looks just like you : ) What a great shirt.

Peg Toth said...

Nice shirt! That four leaf clover design could also be used for a 4-H project. Thanks.

Sue D said...

Another cute shirt!

Anonymous said...

Vinyl is on my try to do list. So cute. My GC are Irish and Italian. I can only think of the type of statement I could come up with.
DawnRI

Cheryl W said...

Great shirt. Love the shade of green on this one and the image.

Anonymous said...

So sweet! What a cute he is!I have done iron on vinyl 2 time & it was so easy! I do need to do more.TFS
rosebud222222222

marg0006 said...

Great idea for a project.

Erin L. said...

Wonder how much longer your cute son will be willing to model for your Cricut creations? What a good sport!

Kim B. said...

Super cute t-shirt, even cuter model!!!!

Grammypaints said...

The St. Patricks T's are so cute!

LemonDropMemories said...

This type of project is what I've been looking forward to doing. I want to do a Minnie Mouse tee for my niece but I think maybe I should wait until I get the Explore. I only have one roll of Cricut pink glitter iron-on. I don't want to screw things up.

(on a side note, what do you all think I should make for Minnie's face? Cricut doesn't appear to have any "flesh tone" iron-ons).

Tina said...

Cute shirt and handsome boy.

Tina
aurathentic@gmail.com

Dianna said...

What a great shirt! I haven't tried the iron-on vinyl yet, but I definitely need to.

Memories By Me said...

I have yet to make anything for iron on with my cricut. I hope to have the nerve to do it for easter for my kids. Thanks for sharing :-) GREAT ideas! Thank you for also giving us the opportunity to win those CUTE create a friend :-)

Ellen (aka ScrapStampnMama) said...

Never tried iron on transfers but with 2 granddaughters now I could make some awesome items for their dance company!

Eva Laney said...

Love this shirt how cute, I need to try some iron on vinyl.

momma mo said...

I can never seem to get the iron on straight or in the right place.
I think I need to watch some of your tutorials!

 
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