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Stocking Stuffers for the Gamers in your Life

December 17th, 2018 • Contributor: Cricut Blog Team

If you have a gamer in your life, I don’t need to tell you that Christmas shopping is usually dedicated to games, game consoles, new controllers and everything in between. We thought these shirts, designed by Anna McNamara from Practical and Pretty, would make the perfect stocking stuffer for the gamer or family of gamers in your life.

Although this is only one design, it’s completely customizable to fit anyone! You can put a first or last name, gamer nickname, whatever you want! There are endless possibilities to customize these designs. Since our gamers only want games, etc. for any gift, this is the perfect shirt to make to add to their gifts!

DIY Gamer Shirts

We also love these designs because they’re perfect to use extra scraps of Everyday Iron-on with StrongBond ™ Guarantee that you have around! We know we always have extra pieces around for projects and this is one of those projects that is perfect to use those pieces!

When you are making these shirts, make sure to take a look at our Cricut EasyPress™
Interactive Quick Reference Guide
, this guide helps every iron-on project go smoothly! Also, since this shirt has layers, make sure you have our iron-on protective sheet! This will help with layering so the base layers don’t wrinkle as you heat them a few times.

DIY Gamer Shirts

We love the font used in this design! It’s unique and perfect for the gamers in our lives!

DIY Gamer Shirts

Click here to create: Video Game Matching T-Shirts

As always,  If you have additional questions about iron-on, please visit our FAQ Page or reach out to Cricut Member Care at

Happy Making!

DIY Gamer Shirts

2 thoughts on “Stocking Stuffers for the Gamers in your Life

  1. I am so excited! This is perfect for my Granson! Saw socks with the controller
    on it and didn’t know how to replicate. Hope I have enough time to make his shirt and socks!

  2. I love this design!! Couldn’t think of anything to do for a tshirt for my Grandson til I saw this! I was intimidated by layers until I saw video. I was getting ready to cut when I noticed the green layer cover the white, where is the 2nd layer(grey on video)?

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