How to make an easy “Terror-ific” Two birthday shirt for your 2 year old with a Cricut. Because two year olds are terrors and terrific all at the same time.
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My 2 year old is really into diggers so I decided to make him a fun truck shirt to wear for his 2nd birthday. This shirt summarizes how I feel about this sweet goofball… he’s a terror but he is TERRIFIC. We just adore him to pieces and I’m looking forward to his 2 year old year. I love this age because their personalities are developing so fast and it’s fun to watch the development. Plus they can play solo and clean up after themselves a bit… also nice.
- Shirt in the size of your choice
- Cricut Air 2 or the Cricut Maker
- Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Iron, a Cricut EasyPress™ or a Heat Press
- Teflon Sheets
- Click to get the Cricut File
How to Make a Terror-ifically Two Shirt with Your Cricut
Make sure to hop over to the cut file to pull it up. Customize to the size you need for your shirt.
Place your HTV shiny side down, mirror, and click cut.
Now you need to weed the excess HTV away from the design.
Prepare your shirt by following the directions for your shirt type (cotton vs poly shirts need to have HTV applied at different temperatures).
Use your iron or EasyPress to apply your design.
Peel the plastic layer off carefully. If the HTV comes off the shirt, you’ll want to place it back down and repress.
And you’re done!
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