Sunday, January 14, 2018

May Your Coffee Be Stronger Than Your Toddler for Cricut

I am absolutely in love with my Cricut Explore Air 2 that I got for Christmas from my husband and kids. This was my first official iron on project that I made with it. I now want to iron something on everything I see.

I've seen this slogan a bunch of times across the web and Facebook, but using the Cricut allowed me the freedom to design it the way that I wanted it to look. Not to mention the fact that most of the places I've seen it are those knock off, non American sizes websites. The last time I tried to order a shirt from one of those I could barely fit one boob in.

I've included the link above that will open in Cricut's Design Space if anyone would like to make their own.

You can customize your own colors, but here's what I used for this one 
(because I have a slight obsession with glitter):

1. Cricut Iron on Glitter, Silver

2.Cricut Iron-On Glitter, Red

3. Gildan G180 Adult Sweatshirt - Black
This is offered in a variety of colors and sizes.

I also purchased the Cricut Easy Press. While this is totally optional, it was worth the investment for me since I know I'll be using the iron-on materials a ton. It works absolutely great by the way!

Cricut Easy Press

If you're a first timer like me, I highly recommend visiting Cricut's Offical YouTube Channel and following the tutorial. 

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