Looking for a cute Cricut project using heat transfer vinyl? This adorable Miss Sunshine T-Shirt Iron-On is a quick & easy craft that you can enjoy all summer long. Just download, cut in the design space & iron on.
Do you love making fun new graphic t-shirts? We sure do. One of the things we often say in this house is “that would make a great shirt”. So because I call my ever-happy daughter “Miss Sunshine” all the time, I knew I had to make her a shirt that said just that. Check out this Miss Sunshine T-Shirt Iron-On that you can make too.
When my daughter is at work she is often complimented on how much she smiles & what a friendly disposition she has. I love that about her. She always finds the positive note in any situation. So this Miss Sunshine t-shirt is absolutely perfect for her.
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The process is simple. Upload the image to the Cricut design space. Then select the areas you want it to cut & then cut your image. You weed off the negative space & iron onto your shirt. So easy right?
You can use any color you like. I first thought I would do white when I was designing it all. But then once I held up the vinyl to the shirt I didn’t think it should show up. I next tried black – but while it showed up nicely, it didn’t seem too “sunny” to me. So we settled on orange & it was just perfect! I might make another using fuscia. I think that would look great.
Miss Sunshine T-Shirt Iron-On
Be sure to choose mirror image for iron-on so that once it’s cut the image isn’t backward. Then set the dial to iron-on. Place your vinyl with the shiny side down on the cutting mat. Feed into the machine & press go.
To make this project, you will need…
If you know someone with an exceptionally sunny outlook on life, you have to make this shirt for them!
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