What to do when you get a last minute invite to a desserts-themed party? If you're like me, you break out the Cricut and make a super fast shirt to wear. And because sharing is caring - I'm sharing the Whatever Sprinkles Your Donuts project file in Design Space, in case you want to make one too!
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For supplies, I grabbed an old tank top from my closet and some Happy Crafter's Easy Weed HTV in Electric Grape - delicious!
I used the Danzo free font from Font Bundles, and a free Donut image file from Share Icon, by Salinee Pimpakun. (Both are free for commercial use.) And this is the result!
Mirroring is always important for cutting iron-ons! And a little tip - I always cut my iron-on files on a piece of cheap paper first, so that I can lay it over the shirt/bag/whatever to check the size before cutting the vinyl. Wasting vinyl is never fun!
Cutting with the Cricut Maker took just a few minutes, and then I did a bit of weeding with the Cricut BrightPad.
Finally, a quick hit with the Cricut EasyPress...
I think it took longer to write up than it did to make - and maybe about as long to read about! And it will be even quicker for you, as you can CLICK HERE to go straight to this project in Cricut Design Space and make your own!
I hope you have fun with this file - it's great for t-shirts and tote bags, but you could also shrink it down in Design Space and make cards and paper projects! That's why I love playing with my Cricut as I do with yarn - the possibilities are only limited by your imagination!
I hope you’ve enjoyed this quick Cricut craft! If it inspires you to make your own project, and you post a photo on social media, be sure to tag me @mooglblog or #mooglyblog so I can check it out too! I love seeing what you make!