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Whether going on a family vacation or you simply want family shirts for a photo this post is for you! I love matching with the entire family and until my girls let me whenever we have the chance we will be matching. I’m sure one of them will complain about it sooner than later.
Earlier this month I shared a few shirts I had created with my Cricut Maker 3 and today I want to share one last one with instructions and all!
Here is the thing, Cricut, like all of them, are extremely easy to work with but after making a few mistakes here and there I have learned a thing or two.
Important things to remember
1.Make sure you are using the correct product. For shirts, sweaters or any fabrics use Iron-on by Cricut. (Infusable Ink is also available, working on that next)
2.When designing always remember to reverse(mirror) your design.
3.Double check before printing
4.Make sure you pay attention to the Iron press timer! (Yup, I even burnt a shirt)
Cricut Maker 3
- Pick your design. For this shirt, I had a saying and I with my subscription found the perfect font.
- Reverse my design before printing. It’s a very small button that can make the difference
- The shiny side of the Iron-On always goes down. Matte side up!
- Weed it, which means take away the pieces you don’t want
- Position on the shirt and press it.
I learned this tip on Tiktok but the easiest way to position it on your shirt is by folding your shirt in half and use your Easy press to mark the center of the shirt.
And it’s done!!! I love it!
Now it’s your turn, try it and share what you made!