DIY Funny Mountain Bike Shirt
It’s such an easy project and he LOVED it. Also, my dad thought it was hilarious so that is just impressive.
Start by measuring your shirt.
Once that was done, I clicked “Make it” on Cricut Design Space, mirrored the image.
Followed through to print my image on regular heat transfer vinyl.
After your image prints on the heat transfer vinyl, you can peel the mat away from the HTV and use a weeding tool to scrape away the bits of HTV that AREN’T part of your design.
This design goes face down on your shirt. Assuming you mirrored your image, you’ll now see the design face forward, just as it will appear on your shirt.
Follow the instructions for your shirt type (the fabric type matters) and HTV to press the image onto your shirt using an iron, EasyPress, or heat press.
Once pressed, you’re finished!
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