Let’s have a peek at my latest Cricut cartridge! It’s all about graduation t-shirts and it’s available in this month’s Cricut Mystery Box!
If you’re wondering why the graduation t-shirt I made is for the year 2023… well, I don’t have a grad in the house just yet. This is the year my oldest will graduate! ;) I mean, I needed someone to wear this shirt!
Supplies For Cricut Cartridge Graduation T-shirt
- Cricut Maker
- Standard Mat
- Blue Everyday Iron-On
- White T-shirt
- EasyPress 2
- EasyPress Mat
- Clear 18″ Ruler
- Weeding Tool
- Optional: Bright Pad
- Mystery Box – Graduation Cricut Cartridge + 10 Fonts and more
Watch Graduation T-shirt Video Tutorial
Here’s what you’ll learn in this video. How to:
- Change the year in the design,
- Resize, group and attach the design for the mat,
- Measure placement on the t-shirt, and
- EasyPress the design in place.
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How To Make A Graduation T-Shirt With Cricut Maker & EasyPress
Prefer written tutorial over my video, here are the quick and easy steps for making a graduation t-shirt:
- Design – select a design in Cricut Design Space and modify your colors and size to fit your t-shirt. (This design is available in my Senior Vibes Cricut Cartridge!)
- Cut & Weed – load material to mat, and send to cut, remembering to mirror image your design because it’s an iron-on cut. Using the Bright Pad if you have difficulty seeing the lines, weed each element.
- Easy Press – checking the Cricut Easy Press Guide, set the machine to the temperature best for your fabric and iron-on. Follow recommended heating time, flip and heat back. Test edges and if ready, peel away backers while still warm.
More Cricut T-shirt Ideas
- Unicorn T-shirt For St. Patrick’s Day With Cricut
- DIY T-shirt Idea – Shine Bright
- Proud To Be An American Graphic T-shirt
- Raised On Jesus and Sweet Tea T-shirt
As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!
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