*I'm excited to team up with Cricut on this post. The vinyl was provided by them with opinions by me. This was not my best photo sesh with these shirts but I love all of them the mostest. These are some of my favorite creations that I've made in a long time.Cricut has a new digital cartridge that hasn't been released yet but they wanted some bloggers to try it out. I was one of the lucky ones and the designs are so fun. I ended up making a few of my own using multiple images and I also made some of my own quote shirts. I own a Kanye West shirt so I need to own a Britney Spears one too.The trick I have learned is that you. Hold your iron on the vinyl protective sheet until the image is stuck, then turn your item upside down and iron the backside so that you get a good adherence. Don't use steam and use an iron on medium settings.This taco tee has about 5 layers of the Iron On. It did not wash well so I have to figure that trick out. If you're in the need to make a bunch of shirts, I highly recommend a heat press which will set you back around $150 but worth every dime. You're even able to sell shirts with the designs from Design Space due to Cricut's generous Angel Program.
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