Create this DIY Pineapple shirt, perfect for the Polynesian Princess in your life!
She loved this for her Moana birthday party celebration.This post does contain affiliate links. Thank you for your support.
I have been able to post with Expressions Vinyl on their blog for the past few months and I'm excited to share this post on my blog now. Leila had her Moana birthday party a few weeks ago so for the party we had to make her a DIY Pineapple Shirt using our Cricut Explore.
- Cricut Machine
- Pineapple Design File (Cricut Design Space)
- Yellow HTV
- Sun Yellow HTV
- Green HTV
- Weeding Tool
- EasyPress or Iron
- White T-Shirt
Use the cut file that I've already created for you and cut each layer with the desired color. When I apply my iron-on, I like to use this technique. It ensures I get a good stick and I'm able to layer effectively. Just remember that you cannot layer over glitter. I've tried layering flocked iron-on and it wasn't the best result but it did work.
You'll want to do what is called a kiss-cut on your HTV. It will not cut through the plastic, just the actual vinyl. You will then peel away the part of the image that you do not want. Use a weeding tool, it makes life a whole lot easier but you can definitely use a safety pin. Again, be sure to mirror your image and keep whatever design you want to go on your shirt stays on the plastic.
Place the bottom image on the shirt and press. Peel off the clear plastic and then layer the next image. Work from larger to smaller. Be sure that your iron doesn't directly touch the iron-on. That will cause wrinkling and it'll feel like all your hard work was wasted.
Turn your shirt inside out once all your images have been pressed. Give it a good secure iron on the opposite of the image to be sure it'll stick. Wash your shirt inside out and on gentle and the image will last a long time.
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