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Last Day of School Autograph T-shirt with Cricut

We always try to do something special for the last day of school. When my girls attended public school there would be a big chalk sign in the driveway pointing towards summer and we would celebrate with crazy string or water balloons and such. Now that they attend private school, the school actually does a lot to celebrate. They have an end of the year recitation, a yearbook signing ice cream social, and a last school day picnic. This autograph shirt would work well at the yearbook signing and the picnic! While the design is generic, you could add to it the name of your school or the grade they just finished to personalize it. 

Materials:

Special thanks to Cricut for providing some of the materials that are used in this post.
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Directions:

cutting vinyl
Cut the design out of the iron-on vinyl. Don't forget to put the shiny side down on your mat and reverse the image before cutting. 
 

t-shirt
Heat the shirt for 10 seconds first to remove any moisture. After weeding the iron-on, place the vinyl on the t-shirt.

EasyPress
Using the EasyPress, heat the design for 50 seconds on the front and 15 seconds on the back.
Cold peel the clear layer away. If any of the design isn't sticking well, repeat the heating process.


finished shirt

 

I am participating in the End of the Year Cricut Event with a bunch of Cricut bloggers.
The hosts of the event are Angie from The Country Chic Cottage, Carolina with 30 Minute Crafts, Jen with 100 Directions, and Jessica with Mad in Crafts
Take a moment and visit all the other participants at the link below.

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