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I love a good tee, add a travel phrase and you have the perfect, comfy travel uniform ready to go! Even better, add in a little bit of the new Cricut Patterned Iron On™ & you have a super unique, cute travel tee that everyone will ask you where it’s from. Our partners at Cricut sent over the Nature Walk Basics Patterned Iron-On Sampler (because I’m all about the black and white) and I am HOOKED! It goes on beautifully and adds that bit of interest that plain phrase tees sometimes lack!
I made up 3 different travel themed shirts and link to the Cricut Design Space project so you can easily make your own if you want! These were super simple to put together but here are the basic steps and tips.
Here’s what I used:
- Cricut® Nature Walk Basics Patterned Iron-On Sampler
- Cricut Iron-on Lite in black
- Cricut Maker
- EasyPress (totally made me love doing these projects again)
- EasyPress Mat
- Essential Tool Set
HOW TO MAKE DIY TRAVEL TEES
OK, here’s how I did it.
- Open up the file for the shirt you want to make – ADVENTURE / TRAVEL MODE / ROAD TRIP TEE
- Click “make”
- Select “mirror” on your cuts and cut out with the iron-on of your choice following on screen instructions. Tip: save the middle of large cut outs by trimming out the “white space”.
- Once you’re ready to press, start with the Cricut Patterned Iron On™. Apply some heat to your shirt for a few seconds to prep. Place the Cricut Patterned Iron On™ on your shirt and use EasyPress settings listed here depending on your shirt material. The EasyPress mat is the PERFECT tool for protecting your workspace and getting the best results!
- Allow to cool completely before peeling off the backing.
- Repeat with the Iron-on Lite and the proper settings instructed on Cricut.
Super simple right?! Cricut has great info in their FAQ if you aren’t familiar with how to use their machines but once you do it a time or two it’s so simple!
Then, you just wear, travel, & enjoy!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.