Create this DIY LEGO Batman shirt using your Cricut and glow in the dark iron-on vinyl. It's perfect for the little vigilante in your life.
Thank you to LEGO for sending our kids these awesome books.
I don't know about you but LEGO Batman has become essential in this house, or should I say the car? It's pretty much the only DVD my kids want to watch in the car and because of that, I've become really good at quoting the movie.
We took Siaki and his friends to see it when it was in theaters and I've never seen kids laugh louder in my life. These shirts have become their go-to wardrobe because the glow in the dark vinyl lights up for a good 5-6 hours after they've been playing outside all day.
Go ahead and upload the LEGO Batman shirt cut file into your computer using this method. It has both images on the file so you can upload both or just one. You do that by selecting whatever part of the image you don't want.
So for the words in Batman's logo, you're going to select it so that the Cricut will know to cut it out. This Batman cut file can also be uploaded to your Silhouette but you will at least need the Designer Edition to be able to do that.
After you've uploaded your file, size it to fit the shirt. For a child large and medium, I made the file about 8.5″ wide. Set your file to cut and be sure to mirror the image for iron-on. Once your image has been cut, remove the excess iron-on material. Only leave what you want your image to be on the carrier sheet.
To secure your image with an iron, follow this method. If you're using a heat press, your temperature needs to be set for 305° and pressed for 20 seconds. Cricut has a new EasyPress and I'm excited to get my own. For now, I just used the iron.
There you go. You've now become the coolest mom on the block cause your child has their own LEGO Batman shirt and they can put together all their LEGO Batman sets while looking good.
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