Make adorable matching St. Patrick’s Day shirts for your children to share whose lucky charm they are!
Last week, I shared a super cute “one lucky mama” shirt I made for myself for a St. Patrick’s Day parade we attended earlier in the month. Today, I’m sharing the files via Cricut Design Space™ for the kiddos today! You still have time to whip up these shirts for school parties this week and for the actual day on Saturday!
- Cricut Maker
- “Daddy’s/Mommy’s Lucky Charm” file found on Cricut Design Space™
- Cricut Mat
- Cricut Glitter Iron-On Vinyl; white glitter and kelly green
- Cricut Tools
- Cricut BrightPad
- Cricut EasyPress
- Linen Cloth
Here is what the “Daddy’s/Mommy’s Lucky Charm” file found on Cricut Design Space™ looks like. Remember, you’ll want to resize them to what size shirt you’ll be making. The best way to do this is place a ruler on the shirt. REMEMBER to mirror the image!
Once you’ve cut the vinyl it’s time to weed the negative.
I like to use my Cricut BrightPad for weeding glitter Iron-On vinyl. It makes it so much easier!
Next up, time to adhere the Iron-On vinyl to the shirt. I used my heat press this time around because I was in a rush and didn’t have extra desk space to pull out my Cricut EasyPress. I still don’t have a designated work space for it yet. But my heat press is still setup so that’s what I used for these shirts.