What kinds of things have you been filling your days with lately? Between short sessions of crafting, we’ve been going camping, A LOT! It’s been so much fun! It’s been a nice break from real life. It’s been so wonderful to be able to escape to nature and not worry for a minute about the pandemic and wearing a mask everywhere we go. When we are camping, we are social distancing. We camped in tents for a few weeks, and then we were able to get ourselves a new to us camper! Having a camper has been great because we don’t have to haul all of our stuff! We have a place we can leave it during the summer and we can just leave most of our supplies with it. Now we can just pack our bags to take with us! One thing I’ve been working on is making some camping shirts. I was so excited when Cricut came out with their new Infusible Ink Toddler T-Shirt sizes because I could make some for my 4 year old. When I showed my 4 year old his new squirrel shirt, he was SO excited!
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Infusible Ink Toddler T-shirt Supplies:
- Infusible Ink Blank (size of choice)
- Infusible Ink Transfer Sheet
- Cricut Maker
- Cricut EasyPress 2
- Cricut EasyPress Mat
- Design Space Cut File
Open your shirt and measure to get the size of the design you’d like to cut.
With your Infusible Ink Transfer Sheet on your cutting mat, shiny side down, mirror cut your design.
Trim the extra Transfer Sheet off.
Weed your design.
Using the Heat Guide recommendations, get your layers ready for heat. Make sure that the EasyPress you are using is large enough to cover the entire design. Once you’re ready, apply the heat.
After applying the heat, peel off the transfer sheet and reveal the amazing color on your shirt!
I love the way this squirrel shirt turned out so much that I just might have to make something similar for me! We see lots of squirrels up where we camp and it’s pretty fun!
My cute little guy is pretty excited about how his shirt turned out, and has already worn it a couple of times. We haven’t even been camping yet since I got it finished! 🙂
The vibrant colors on this shirt are my favorite! My sons favorite color is green, so I knew he would love this pattern.
Have you tried Infusible Ink yet? If you haven’t, you totally need to! It is so much fun!
If you enjoyed this Infusible Ink Toddler T-shirt project, then be sure to check out my other infusible ink projects.