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How to Make a Mom T-Shirt

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Jenni is back today with how to make a mom t-shirt, one that we all need!

I can’t remember how many times I heard this as a kid, I Saw That. Of course while sitting in the back seat of the car, I looked closely at the back of Mama’s head to see if she really did have eyes back there!

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I just love t-shirts with fun sayings on them.  And I think this one is pretty fun.  Mom’s always seem to see everything…eyes in the back of their heads and all that.  So in honor of that, I made this “I saw that -Mom” t-shirt.  I hope you enjoy it.  I am sure going to have some fun wearing it.  It’s just a fun shirt!
Thanks for joining us for this months Cricut challenge, we have so much more to share, see my friends ideas at the bottom of this post and don’t forget to enter the giveaway!
Mom T-Shirt Supplies:
I used my Cricut Explore Air 2 to cut the phrase “I saw that…Mom”; however, you can use any vinyl cutting machine you wish.  Since this will be ironed on a t-shirt you will have to tell your machine to mirror the image so that once it’s ironed on it will be legible.  I used the font Mashrooms which I purchased in one of the bundle deal on  font bundles.  After you have cut your image you will use your weeding tool to remove all the excess vinyl, just leaving behind the design you want to apply to your shirt.  Next it’s time to place the image on your shirt, for the placement of my design I chose the chest area.  I don’t use any special measurements, I just eyeball it.  Once you have got your image where you want it you will use you preheated heat press or iron to press the image in place.  For my heat press I have it set around 300 degree F and press it for about 10-15 seconds.  If you are using an iron, use the cotton setting on your iron and press as hard as you can for 20-25 seconds.  After pressing your design, allow it to cool to touch and slowly peel off the carrier paper making sure the design is adhered to your shirt, if it didn’t place the design back in place and press for a little longer.
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I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial and I hope that it has inspired you to get to work on some Heat Transfer Vinyl T-shirts of your own.

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    5 thoughts on “How to Make a Mom T-Shirt”

    1. A shirt that every mom would love to have! I love it and we love love having you as part of our monthly challenges Jenni! You have such good ideas! Pinning!


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