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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Glitter Star Wars Shirt

Hey guys--nothing too fancy about this post today. But I wanted to show off the Star Wars shirt that a friend had me make for her, just in time for The Force Awakens this weekend.



I used glitter heat transfer vinyl and put it on a plain black t-shirt. Click this link to 
download the SVG file.
**remember to mirror the image before you cut your vinyl**

Then for Christmas, I wanted to make shirts for my girls to wear when we go see the new Star Wars movie (Asher will have a shirt too, I just didn't have to make it.)



I found the images I wanted, turned them into SVGs and loaded them into Cricut Design Space. Again, mirror the design before you cut it out, because the iron on vinyl goes on the mat upside down (shiny side stuck to the mat)



I ironed on the STAR WARS right in the top middle of the shirt, and the BB-8 and R2-D2 on the bottom left of the front. 



The vinyl is multi-color glitter, and as the light hits it, they look so cool. 





Click this link to download SVGs for the droid shirts.
(please note, these files are for personal use only)

If you need some supplies to make your own, here's what I used:
(affiliate links)
Glitter heat transfer vinyl (in multi-color, gold and silver)
Cricut Explore

Image Map

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for this! I saw a shirt like this on Pinterest and I was trying to figure out how to make an SVG file for it, but you had already done it for me! Thank you !

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