Hi Everyone! Welcome to another Friday with fantastic Guest Designers! Meet Tanya 🙂
She has made this really cute tshirt with Glitter Paint and Cricut Vinyl. The great thing about this, you can use any shape or any size and get customized, beautiful shirts that look clean and professional.
Take a peak and have a Wonderful Day!
The first thing I did was to size my images on my cricut at about 5 inches. I then cut the design out from vinyl on kiss cut settings. I then placed the negatives of the images on my shirt with the vinyl pressed firmly down on the fabric. (You can use a brayer to make sure its fully secure) Finally, I used some glitter fabric paint made by Tulip and applied two coats and let it dry for about 4-5 hours. After 72 hours the shirt is safe to wash.
What you’ll need –
- Black t-shirt
- Cricut vinyl
- Fabric paint by Tulip
this is a great looking shirt, with no bleed overs or any thing, just great
That is very cute.
From an ol’ advertising gal here; Megan, wouldn’t it be a great idea to REMIND everyone that ordering for the GYPSY A to Z goes LIVE TOMORROW, which is also NATIONAL SCRAPBOOK DAY!!! YAY!
FABULOUS IDEA! Thanks for sharing this technique…going to give it a try for sure!
This is a great idea. I’m going to give it a try, thnaks!
Beautiuful. Great for gifts.
Very cute! Oh….so many things we can do with our cricuts. TFS
Hi Megan I just order my a to z Gypsy and i cant wait to get it so i can finally take it out of the box after i bought it so long ago thank you so much for both videos i have learned so much from a to z cricut and i’m sure i will learn a lot from this also thank again valerie
you did a great job well done. ive done something similar in the past using freezer paper and tulip glitter paints.
Does anyone know what “kiss cut setting” is? There’s no button for the “kiss cut setting” on my cricut.
How beautiful! Can’t wait to make some with my 6 yr old – she totally wants her own custom shirts! And erintw2gs, a “kiss cut” is: “For best results, set blade depth to 6 and pressure to 2.These settings will result in a “KISS CUT” or a cut that only goes through the vinyl leaving the backing liner uncut.” (from http://wwwcricutcrazywoman.blogspot.com/2008/10/cutting-vinyl-using-cricut-cricut.html )
really pretty design! i want to try this.
Great idea and use of materials.
Wonderful idea. Thanks
Love the idea…thinking about doing this for my niece when she gets married next year. Will make a really cute Bridal Shower gift.
Very cool! I’m going to try this very soon!
SO cool want to try it have been hesitant to try the vinyl! Love this and SO MANY things to do with the cricut:)