Hey crafty friends! By now you probably have your Halloween costumes all figured out, right? Ha! I don’t, but I do have several Halloween shirts to choose from and today I’m sharing how you make a Halloween Shirt with Cricut Glow in the Dark Iron On Vinyl, so let’s get started!
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How to Make a Halloween Shirt with Cricut Glow in the Dark Iron On Vinyl
Halloween is just around the corner, and what better way to stay seen on Halloween night than with a Halloween Shirt with Cricut Glow in the Dark Vinyl? I whipped up this shirt in no time at all with the help of Cricut Design Space, my Autopress and Cricut Iron On Vinyl.
What you will need:
- Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore of your Choice
- Cricut Autopress or Easypress
- Cricut Glow in the Dark Vinyl
- Assorted Smart Iron On Vinyl and Cricut Iron On Vinyl of your choice
- This Design in Cricut Design Space (I’ve already separated the layers for you, you just need to change the colors for your shirt)
- Cricut Shirt
I created a step-by-step video for your reference, you can view it below….
@michellespartyplanit Let’s try out Cricut’s new Glow in the Dark Iron On vinyl! Just in time for spooky season! #cricutmade #DidYouYawn #autopress #cricut #glowinthedark #htv #howto #tutorial #crafttok #halloweenshirt #boocrew ♬ Spooky music box bell horror BGM – Notzan ACT
Doesn’t it glow nicely? I love how bright it is, the kiddos will be sure to see me on Halloween Night!
Don’t be intimidated by layering iron vinyl. The key is to make sure your designs and carrier sheets don’t overlap on each other. I trim around the designs I’m layering as much as possible to make sure I don’t have the sheets overlapping. And always make sure you have a large enough carrier sheet to cover the exposed vinyl so that it’s not burned with each layer. I like to save the carrier sheet from the first layer and use it as needed on top of the whole design as I press.
I hope you try this cute shirt design out, and if you do, please tag me on social @michellespartyplanit.com. I’d love to see your version of this cute design.
Have you seen the other new Cricut materials? Check out my Glue Gun review (the Cricut Glue Sticks are awesome too) and stay tuned for more projects using the new Watercolor Markers and Watercolor Cards!
Need more Halloween Cricut Ideas? Here are some favorites from this season…
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