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Christmas T-Shirts for your Cricut Machine

Christmas T-Shirts for your Cricut Machine

 

There is nothing like a good Christmas shirt to celebrate the season. Snarky or sweet, as long as it gets you in the holiday spirit, it’s a good thing. Recently, I put a whole bunch of great Christmas t-shirt designs into Cricut’s Design Space for you to use and here they are!

For each shirt, I’ve listed the supplies you’ll need, but for all of them, gather up:

This is my Christmas Shirt T-Shirt

For any bah humbugs in your life, a “This is my Christmas shirt” t-shirt is the perfect addition to their holiday wardrobe. Simple, yet stunning!

Materials:

Cut the images out of vinyl and weed. Don’t forget to mirror before you cut! Center the lettering on the t-shirt and use your Cricut EasyPress to iron onto the shirt using the recommended settings. Wait for the vinyl to cool, then peel the carrier sheet.

 

Deck the halls y’all Christmas t-shirt

The perfect Christmas shirt to deck the halls in! The project is ready to cut–just hit “make it!” I made this for my Christmas Gingerbread Party this year, and it was a HUGE hit!

Materials:

Cut the images out of the glitter vinyl and weed. Don’t forget to mirror all the images! Center the red “deck the halls” on the shirt and use your Cricut EasyPress to iron onto the shirt using the recommended settings. Wait for the vinyl to cool, then peel the carrier sheet.

Position the “y’all” and holly leaves onto the t-shirt, and replace the carrier sheet over the already pressed vinyl. Press the new vinyl according to recommended settings. Wait for the vinyl to cool, then peel the carrier sheet then wear the shirt and get out and deck some halls!

 

Falalala Llama Christmas t-shirt

Get in on the llama craze with this fa la la la llama Christmas shirt!

Materials:

Cut the images out of vinyl and weed. Don’t forget to mirror all the images before cutting! Center the red pieces on the shirt and use your Cricut EasyPress to iron onto the shirt using the recommended settings. Wait for the vinyl to cool, then peel the carrier sheet.

Position the green pieces onto the t-shirt, and replace the carrier sheet over the already pressed vinyl. Press the new vinyl according to recommended settings. Wait for the vinyl to cool, then peel the carrier sheet. Repeat for tan, black and white vinyls.

 

 

 

Snowman Christmas T-shirt

A frosty Snowman Christmas shirt for walking in a winter wonderland.

Materials:

Cut the images out of vinyl and weed. Don’t forget to mirror all the images before cutting! Center the black pieces on the shirt and use your Cricut EasyPress to iron onto the shirt using the recommended settings. Wait for the vinyl to cool, then peel the carrier sheet.

Position the orange nose piece onto the t-shirt, and replace the carrier sheet over the already pressed vinyl. Press the new vinyl according to recommended settings. Wait for the vinyl to cool, then peel the carrier sheet. Repeat white vinyl.

 

Want more Christmas t-shirt ideas?

I’ve made bunches of t-shirts for y’all this year! See the others:

Santa onesie

Monogram with bow

Rudolph with custom name

Snowman with custom name (and pants!)

 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

 

 

 

 
Thanks for checking out my Christmas T-Shirts for your Cricut Machine post. Check out the full collection of Christmas articles, and also find more Christmas gift, decor, and recipe ideas by Tauni Everett, Michelle Stewart, Randi Dukes, Ashton Swank, Mariah Leeson and Liz Call.
 
Paula Biggs

Paula Biggs

Owner at Frog Prince Paperie
Paula Biggs is a professional party planner, DIY crafter, and owner of Frog Prince Paperie, where you can find hundreds of party and craft ideas. You can also buy birthday party supplies, printables and accessories from the Frog Prince Paperie Etsy shop.

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Wednesday 6th of November 2019

[…] 14. This is my Christmas Shirt […]

CP

Monday 31st of December 2018

Oh my word! These are fantastic!

Paula Biggs

Wednesday 9th of January 2019

Thank you, CP!!