This fun and easy slumber party animal shirt will let everyone at the party know just how much of a party animal you are.
For SNAP conference earlier this year, one of the party themes was a crafting slumber party.
My friends and I thought it would be fun if we all wore matching shirts that went with the theme. So I whipped up these cute sloth slumber party animal shirts in Design Space.
If I’m being honest these are probably me. I’m the sleepiest party animal I know. Because, you know, a party sounds like a good idea until it conflicts my bedtime.
You can use whatever combination that you have on hand or like best.
How to make a Slumber Party Animal shirt
First you want to cut all the pieces to your design out of the iron on.
Next, you want to weed them so they are ready to place.
Then, you want to adhere them to the shirt with the Cricut EasyPress. Check here for temperature settings.
Since I was using so many types of iron on I had to decide the order that they were going to go on the shirt. The easiest way to do that is to cut the one that can take the highest heat first.
Then layer the others accordingly. You don’t want to melt an iron-on let can’t take the higher heat.
For example, the metallic iron on is recommended at 315 degrees, while the patterned iron-on is recommended at 340 degrees.
So I started with patterned iron. Be sure to preheat your shirt to get any moisture out of the material.
I placed the words and ironed them on with EasyPress. Then I went to the metallic iron on, and then to the everyday iron-on.
Once everything was ironed in place, I flip the shirt over and did a press from the back really quick to finish adhering it to my shirt.
And that’s it. How cute is this? We all just did whatever colors we wanted but use the same design.
We looked adorable. Be sure to check out everyone else’s shirts for more color ideas.
Do you know anyone who’s a slumber party animal that would love this shirt?
- Cricut iron-on
- Slumber party animal cut file
- Cricut machine
- Cricut weeding tools
- Cricut Easypress
- Cricut Easypress mat
- Cut and weed all your iron-on.
- Preheat shirt and place iron-on that takes the highest heat. Press.
- Press remaining iron-on in place.
- Do a press from the back of the shirt.