Tonight I made Jack a shirt to wear to school for Valentine’s Day tomorrow – he really wanted a Ninjago with a heart cut out of the center….so my dreams of making a super cute shirt went out the window.
Until Oliver started saying, “Mine!” about the shirt, and I realized I should make him a shirt, too!
Since he is much less particularly about what he wears (for the most part), I decided that I would make make a cute shirt that had a dinosaur, and the phrase, “‘Rawr’ means ‘I love you’ in dinosaur”.
I just got some pretty green iron on vinyl from my Cricut Mystery Box for February, and I’d gotten out some silver glitter vinyl for my shirt, so I just ended up using those for his shirt.
I got a red shirt from Target (Cat & Jack brand) – and I swear, it was the last red shirt in the store for toddlers. It was only a couple of dollars!
Because I thought it turned out pretty cute, I thought I would share the Design Space file for others to use. I do believe the dinosaur is a Cricut Access file – and both of the fonts I used are Cricut Access fonts – so if you don’t have Cricut Access, you may have to pay for those. But barring those circumstances, all you have to do is open up this file and you can use it for whatever you like!
Click Here for Design Space File
(and yes, I know dinosaur is spelled wrong in the shirt – it is correct in the design space file 😉
This is currently set up to cut in two different colors of vinyl. I used Cricut brand glitter iron on, which worked really well. I sure do love my EasyPress – so much better than my iron!
Don’t forget to mirror the image when you cut it if you use this for a HTV project.
IRON ON TUTORIALS:
OTHER PROJECTS YOU MAY ENJOY:
- FREE “Heart Attack” Printables (PDF for Printing and Cricut)
- “Love You More&” Decoration:Free Cricut Design Space File
- DIY Conversation Heart Garland (No Sew)
Katie is a Colorado-native, BYU graduated, and most importantly, wife to one and mother to three beautiful boys. She is passionate about sharing her experiences with others – especially about pregnancy, breastfeeding, cooking, and crafts. She is currently training to be a Certified Lactation Educator. She loves spending time with her family and helping others find joy in family life.
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