It’s no secret that I love glitter. Everything is better with a little glitter thrown on it, right? When I received a T-shirt and glitter heat transfer vinyl from Happy Crafters, I knew that I wanted to make a shirt to reflect my affection for glitter.
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Supplies Needed for Glitter Heat Transfer Vinyl Shirt
- Heathered Watermelon T-Shirt
- Silver Glitter Vinyl
- Light Pink Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Machine
The most difficult part of this project was choosing a saying. I knew that I wanted it to be able glitter, but there are so many. I cruised through Pinterest and found this one that says, “Less Bitter More Glitter”. My daughter loved it, and since crafting is my therapy, it’s appropriate.
I washed and dried my T-shirt, and while I was waiting I created my design in Cricut Design Space and cut it on my Cricut Maker.
I cut the glitter first, because that’s how it came up on my project. I remembered to click the SHADOW button, but when I cut the light pink I forgot to hit the button. UGHH!!!! I guess I thought if one part of the design was shadowed, all of the vinyl would be. Lesson learned!
I weeded the vinyl. It was much easier to weed than vinyl that I had used from another company.
If you like this saying, and want to make one with your Cricut Explore or Cricut Maker, here is a link to the design. Less Bitter More Glitter in Cricut Design Space
Then I ironed my design onto my t-shirt. I love the feel and fit of this shirt. Happy Crafters has a wonderful selection of blank shirts and hoodies for your iron on vinyl projects.
I’m going to a crafting even tomorrow, and I’m planning on wearing it!
Now let’s see the other 21 fun t-shirt projects from the Craft & Create Cricut Monthly Challenge! Which one is your fav? Also, don’t forget to enter the drawing below to win your own Heat Transfer Vinyl supplies from Happy Crafters!
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