Hello friends! Did you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year? It seems like every year about mid December I drop out of the blogging world because trying to keep up with blogging is just hard when real life is so busy. I didn’t think it was going to have it happen this year, but it did. I will so though, it was so nice to not really be on the computer much for a couple of weeks. It was much needed. I was able to get all my VA work done ahead of time, so that I was able to take a couple of weeks off. That doesn’t happen very often, and I’m grateful that I was able to. I really needed it this year. Anyway, back in November, I put this I’m The Boss Shirt together for my little almost two year old, and there couldn’t be more truth to it. 😉 Being the youngest of five boys, and having a 6+ year gap between him and the next oldest, his parents are slightly worn out and he kind of gets away with anything…So, today, I’m sharing this shirt with you, because there has got to be other parents out there who can relate, right?
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I’m The Boss Shirt Supplies:
- Cricut Maker
- Cricut EasyPress
- Black Iron-on Vinyl
- Blank Shirt (I found mine at Wal-Mart)
- Cut File
Once you have all of your supplies together, upload the cut file to Cricut Design Space. Cut your file out using the iron-on vinyl. Make sure to mirror your image so it cuts the correct way.
Once your image is cut, weed the spaces that need it. Get your shirt ready, iron it if needed. Turn the EasyPress on and get it warming up.
Place your decal on the shirt where you’d like it.
Then use the EasyPress, following the heating instructions that came with it. The time and temperature can differ depending on the kind of vinyl you’re using and the fabric content.
Once you’ve apply the heat and pressure, pull the carrier sheet up.
Once the carrier sheet is off, you’re finished.
I put the I’m The Boss Shirt on my little man, and one, he never holds still long enough to actually get a picture, and two, it was like he knew what it said…
So, who do you know that needs a shirt like this? Do you have a little one that could wear it? I’d love to hear.
Your little one is so adorable. Sure looks cute in his new shirt.
all those machines aren’t inexpensive. Guess will have to live without them.
will need to figure out another way to make t-shirts.Really cute shirt tho.
Amy | The Happy Scraps says
Thank you JaneEllen! You can easily use your at home iron to do shirts like this. They don’t heat as evenly, but they still work great! 🙂
Thank you so much for sharing. I am going to make this for my nephew, he rules his home LOL