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I am one week away from my next Walt Disney World trip and needless to say, there is not much sleep happening around here! There’s something about a Disney trip that makes you procrastinate all the adulting yet find lots of time for Disney DIYs. I think the thing I’m most excited for on this trip is finally getting to try gluten free churros! They have them at the Nomad Lounge in Animal Kingdom and I am SO ready to try them out.
So ready in fact, that I made a shirt just for the occasion. Now, obviously there are MANY people who go for the regular churros so this works perfectly for my gluten free and non gluten free friends.
I have the file available as a .png if you want to cut out the letters for a freezer paper stencil or for the Silhouette, or you can access it in the Cricut Design Space here. Other than that you’ll want a shirt (I bought this one on Amazon with same day shipping!), heat transfer vinyl, a cutting machine, and the Easy Press or iron.
I just used black heat transfer vinyl for a stark contrast cut out with my Cricut. Don’t forget to “mirror” the image if you’re using a cutting machine so that the letters go on your shirt correctly.
Then, probably the hardest part of the whole thing – weeding the excess vinyl! I love this tool from Cricut for getting in those letters.
Take a little time to make sure it’s placed well on the shirt. I usually aim for around 2″ below the collar and then measure from the sides to make sure it’s centered.
I used the Cricut Easy Press at 305F for 30 seconds on this shirt. Because the file is larger I did it in 2 “batches”.
That’s it! The hardest part was deciding what to say on my shirt and then designing the layout the way I wanted so that’s already done for you!
Here’s a look at how this shirt from Amazon hangs. It could definitely work with leggings. I buy shirts between size small and medium. This is a medium and is nice and roomy (and doesn’t cling).
Since you can never have too many options when it comes to DIY Disney Shirts, check out these awesome shirts from my Disney loving friends!
Best Day Ever Cruise Shirt from A Night Owl
Tangled Hair Shirt from See Vanessa Craft
Squad Goals Shirt from Liz on Call
Disney & Churros Shirt from All for the Memories
Cruella Shirt from Pretty Providence
Walt Disney Quote Shirt from Moms Without Answers
Dole Whip Shirt from My Disorganized Life
Teacups Shirt from Clever Pink Pirate
Make sure and check out all these super fun designs!
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I love this! Such a great shirt! I mean, who doesn’t love churros?!
Love this! What font did you use?
This font is called “Gotham”