Are you ready for summer? All of the great gatherings, celebrations and events . . . oh wait, no . . . probably not this year. Even if you are keeping distant, you still deserve a new shirt to wear this summer so why not make yourself a shirt like this social distance shirt using your Cricut and Siser EasyWeed vinyl.
I used a simple gray tank top, purchased online and with a curbside pick up since that is the way we do things now. I found this image on LoveSVG which is one of my favorite sites to go to for free svg files. They have a whole section devoted to images and phrases for the Covid and Social Distancing world we live in.
Since my design was already a SVG file, I uploaded that to Cricut Design Space. There was no need to clean it up or remove the background, like you would have to do with images you find online. When SVG files are created correctly, it works just like the images you find in Cricut Design Space.
I used my Siser EasyWeed vinyl and cut the three colors for this image. I love the new charcoal gray color as a substitute for black on projects. It has a much softer look to it. Once all of the colors of vinyl are cut and weeded, it is time to press them on to the shirt. Please read the pressing time and temperature guidelines for the brand of vinyl you are using.
Don’t own a Cricut machine? No problem! Have Shawn design a custom shirt for you! You can contact her here for pricing.
Keep following me and join my Teach Me Cricut Design Space group on Facebook! I would love to see your social distance shirt using Cricut and Siser!
Make sure to check out my shirt tutorials from the links below, including
Making a Shirt with your Cricut
Layering Vinyl on a Shirt
Multi Colored Layered Vinyl on a Shirt
Print than Cut Image on a Shirt
All HTV/iron on vinyl projects