Are you planning a trip to Universal Studios or do you have a Harry Potter fan in your life? This Platform 9 and 3/4 Iron-on Shirt is great for either instance. I am sharing this post as a part of the Cricut Ambassador Program. My opinions and craft tutorials are my own. This post contains affiliate links, which won’t cost you extra, but helps support this site.
I have several friends who are heading to Wizarding World at Universal Studios this summer. As they are excitedly preparing for their trip, I think of my own little Harry Potter fan. Last year, when we were actually at Universal Studios, my daughter was not interested in Harry Potter in the least. Fast forward to today and she is begging me to take her back so that she can ride the train and visit her favorite Harry Potter places. If you are planning a trip soon or even if you simple have a Harry Potter super fan, this next shirt in the T-shirt Tuesday installment is an easy Iron-on shirt project.
Here are the supplies that I used for this project:
First, please pop over and read How to Get An Iron-on Project Right the FIRST Time. This post is a step-by-step guide on making sure that your heat transfer vinyl project doesn’t experience any hiccups or re-cuts. While I will go through the basic steps below, the above guide is more detailed.
Measure the front of the shirt where you would like the design to go. This is to make sure that the Iron-on is not too large or too small.
Open up Cricut Design Space. Use THIS cut file that I created in Cricut Design Space to make this even easier!
Resize the design to fit the area that you would like to fill on the shirt.
Cut the design with the Cricut Glitter Iron-on Vinyl. Be sure to place the vinyl with the shiny side down and mirror the image!
Iron the design onto the shirt according to the directions on the iron-on vinyl package and the guidelines in this post.
That’s it! Feel free to change the colors of the vinyl and shirt to your child’s tastes. I think this shirt is just super cute!
See other Iron-on T-shirt tutorials and Cricut projects on the Cricut Class page.