If you’re looking for a fun and festive way to celebrate the holiday season, why not make your own Merry Grinchmas shirt?
How Do I Get SVG Files?
SVGTrending provides a free SVG file that you can use to make your own Grinchmas shirt. The file is perfect for kids or adults, and you can use it to make Grinch Christmas decorations, decorations for a Grinch party, and more DIY Merry Grinchmas crafts.
To make your own Grinchmas shirt, you’ll need a cutting machine, iron-on vinyl, and a blank shirt. You can upload the free Grinchmas Vibes SVG file to your cutting software and size it to fit your shirt or onesie. Make sure to mirror the design before cutting, and then cut when ready. The shiny side of the vinyl goes down on your mat. Weed away the extra vinyl, and then iron on or use the EasyPress 2 to press the vinyl design onto the shirt.
Supplies You Will Need
Here are the supplies you’ll need to make your own Merry Grinchmas Shirt:
- Cutting Machine (Buy a Cricut on Amazon or on the Cricut Online Shop | Silhouette on Amazon)
- Iron On Vinyl on Cricut | HTV from Expressions Vinyl
- Cricut EasyPress 2 or Regular Iron
- Free Merry Grinchmas SVG (Download at the end of the post)
- Blank Shirt (here’s a blank white long sleeved shirt similar to the one I used from Amazon)
Step To Make A Grinchmas Shirt
Here are the steps to make your own Merry Grinchmas shirt:
- Upload the Free Merry Grinchmas SVG file to your cutting software and size it to fit your shirt or onesie.
- Make sure to MIRROR the design before cutting, and then cut when ready. The shiny side of the vinyl goes DOWN on your mat.
- Weed away the extra vinyl.
- Iron on or use the EasyPress 2 to press the vinyl design onto the shirt.
If you’re using the Cricut EasyPress, for recommendations based on your materials, you can check out the Cricut EasyPress Recommended Settings 1.
I hope this helps you create your own Merry Grinchmas Shirt! Good luck with your craft business.
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