Welp. School started this week. I thought I was going to jump right back into the schedule I had before school got out, but who am I kidding?! That sure didn’t happen! On Monday, only two of my boys had school, the rest of us stayed home and cleaned house, and guess what?! My house has mostly stayed clean for two days now. Hallelujah! Any other moms have their kids go back to school and are feeling the same way? I love my kids, but I love them more when I can have a little bit of a break from them. ANYWAY, that’s not what we are here to talk about today. Today I want to share this Superhero Toddler Shirt with you. My three year old says this is one of his favorites!
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Superhero Toddler Shirt Supplies:
- Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air 2
- StandardGrip Cutting Mat
- Cricut EasyPress 2 (small size)
- Cricut EasyPress Mat
- EasyWeed in Charcoal & Royal Blue
- Weeding Tools
- Blank Baseball Tee (I found mine at Hobby Lobby)
- Design Space Cut File
Click the Design Space Cut File and open it. If you have Cricut Access, then this design is available as part of that. If you’d like, you can modify the colors to what you need. Once you’re ready, snd the design to be cut on the Cricut Maker. Make sure that you mirror your image! You can find more tips for cutting HTV with your Cricut machine here.
Place your HTV face down onto your mat, and start cutting.
Once cut, weed the design.
Find the center of the shirt. I generally like to do this by folding the shirt in half. Place the first layer of your design down onto the shirt. Preheat the EasyPress. To find the heat setting guide, click here.
Press the design for the recommended amount of time. Peel the carrier sheet off of the first layer.
Place the second layer onto the shirt. Using the carrier sheet pulled from the first layer, cover the first layer again. Press the second layer. Peel the carrier sheets off when finished.
That’s it! I love quick and easy projects like this Superhero Toddler Shirt, don’t you?
Do you have a toddler that would love to wear this too?
It is such a cute design and I’m sure your child will love to wear it just like mine does.
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