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Have you noticed the trend towards “homemade” when it comes to the holidays? I have, and as a DIYer/crafter, that is music to my ears! More and more I am hearing friends and family talking about DIY Christmas gifts. Especially “personalized” gifts.
Today I’m going to show you an example of easy it is to create a personalized gift for someone on your gift list. This jersey is perfect for the bicycle rider or spin class junkie on your list.
how to make a personalized gift(s) with Cricut Maker
Tools I used:
Materials I used:
- Explore Air2
- 100% polyester tee
Cricut file I made using Cricut files.
Open up the file and resize to your needs. Click on “continue”. Connect your Cricut machine and set the material and don’t forget to mirror the image. Click on “continue” and follow the prompts on your machine (load the mat then cut, etc) and cut!
Iron the design onto the shirt.
I used the Cricut Heat Guide to find the recommended temperature and time for SportFlex Iron-On. The guide also tells you to remove the backing sheet while warm.
What personalized gifts will you make? I’d love to know. Please tell me in the comments.
Paula @ Frog Prince Paperie says
This t-shirt speaks to me! I am absolutely making one to gift (to myself) this Christmas season. 🙂 Love it!
Circuit maker looks like a great tool. Will have to check this out further. Thanks for sharing!