So, I’m not Irish but that didn’t stop me from making an easy DIY St. Patrick’s Day shirt to wear on this festive holiday. I used to live in Savannah, GA and St. Patrick’s Day was a huge holiday that was celebrated with lots of fanfare. River Street is the place to be on St. Paddy’s Day.
This shirt is super easy to make. All you need is your Cricut, some vinyl and your EasyPress 2. Well, you need a few more things, see supply list below.
I’m sharing the template for this design with you that is available in my Free Resource Library (get the password by filling out the form below).
Supplies Needed For This Project
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Steady Betty (you don’t need this if your ironing surface is flat (my table has grooves in it)
Decorating the Shirt With Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV)
Using the Cricut Heat Guide, I followed the heating and pressing instructions for adhering the HTV to the shirt.
Do you celebrate big for St. Patrick’s Day? Do you want to make this easy DIY St. Patrick’s Day shirt? If you make one please share it in my Facebook community.
Until next time.
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You can get my free template for this St. Patrick’s Day project, available in my Free Resource Library (get the password by filling out the form below).