Halloween {Heat-N-Bond} Shirt

Ever since I first experimented with heat-n-bond and my cutting with my cricut I knew I wanted to make my nephew a shirt… since Halloween is quickly approaching I made him a Halloween shirt to wear to school!

I purchased a toddler shirt (size 2-4) from Hobby Lobby for $2.50, used some remnant Halloween fabric, heat-n-bond, my cricut, and both the Happy Hauntings Cartridge & the Pumpkin Carving Solutions Cartridge! 
I followed my directions that I wrote up here for the heat-n-bond.
Here is the finished project, and a happy baby to boot! 
Modeling his shirt from his crafty Aunt! 
He was loving the spiders… he couldn’t stop laughing at them! 


  1. Seriously…so cute! You and that cricut, I swear. My jealousy grows by the day!!! 😉 Great job!

  2. I love heat n bond! What a quick and really cute project!

  3. What a great idea! I always use my cricut for just scrapping, but I'm thinking I have it ALL wrong!LOL Thanks for making me think outside the box 😉


  4. AllieMakes! says:

    SO cute! Seriously! What a little stunner! And the craft is awesome too!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can't wait to see what you have for next week!

  5. so dang cute… the boy and the shirt! thanks for joining us at a crafty soiree hope you share more crafty goodness tomorrow!

  6. I love heat n bond! What a quick and really cute project!

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