Make the Summer Heat a little more bearable with this Cricut Iron-On Vinyl Succulent T-shirt! It’s so easy to make with your Cricut EasyPress!
I’ve told you all about the new Fresh Cut Bundle, and there are already some pretty great projects, which you can check out on the Fresh Cut SVG Files blog. But of course, I have one more. I wasn’t going to make a t-shirt when I had my party all set up, but I wanted my daughter in the photos and she had this blank T-shirt from Target, so I figured, Why not? This Succulent tee shirt took just a few minutes to create with Cricut Iron-On Vinyl and the EasyPress!
And just a reminder, the bundle is on sale for only one month, then the price goes up, so get it now! It has over 50 Palm Springs inspired elements and some bonus goodies, as well.
To make this Cricut Iron-On Vinyl Succulent T-shirt, you’ll need:
Succulent and I can Take the Heat SVG file from the FreshCut Bundle
- Cutting machine like the Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air 2 (read more about the Maker here)
- Cricut Glitter Iron-On Vinyl (I used 3 rolls of Cricut Vinyl for 5 kid’s shirts)
- Cricut EasyPress and Mat (or iron…but HIIIIIGHLY recommend the EasyPress)
- LightGrip Mat
- Weeding Tool
- Upload the Succulent and Hand Lettered file into Cricut Design Space. Tip: Get all the deatils on how to upload an SVG File to Cricut Design Space.
- Ungroup the hand lettering, then place it in a spot you think looks nice.
- Select the design a size it to fit on the t-shirt.
- Weed the design and heat up your EasyPress to 340 for cotton.
- Place the Cricut EasyPress on the front of the t-shirt for a few seconds, then center your design on the tee.
- Firmly hold the EasyPress on the design for 30 seconds. If it doesn’t cover the whole design, move to the other parts of the design and hold again for another 30 seconds.
- Turn the tee over and heat up the back of the design for about 10 seconds, then remove the vinyl while it’s still hot.
It’s ridiculously easy, right? If you like this, make sure you check out the other designs from these amazing bloggers! You may also like my cousin camp tees, or learn how to make a custom design in Cricut Design Space to place on a t-shirt. SOOOO many possibilities!
Make sure you check out the other Succulent Party Ideas, then I have a list of other Cricut Iron-on ideas from some of my favorite bloggers (Plus there may be a little giveaway !!!)
- Cricut Knife Blade Cake Topper Tutorial – This succulent cake topper turned out gorgeous. It combines materials using the knife blade, glitter, and print and cut, so you get a lot of information in this post!
- Make Your Own Invitations from SVG Files in Cricut Design Space – This is similar to this post, but goes a little more in depth. You can definitely combine the techniques from these to posts for your own take on this succulent invitation.
- FREE Cricut Party Banner Template – this party banner template opens up right in Cricut Design Space and it matches perfectly with the invitation template from the tutorial above.
- How to Edit SVG Files for Printables in Cricut Design Space – It’s really easy to Edit SVG Files for Printables in Cricut Design Space. You can do this with SVG Files in Cricut Access, or files that you upload to your design space dashboard.
- Palm Springs Party Ideas – this includes ALL the ideas, so make sure you bookmark it!
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