Make your own graphic tee with these fun T-shirt DIYs

DIY T-shirts I Would Totally Wear

August 25, 2017 • Contributor: Kayla Brasher from Kayla Made Co.

I love a clever graphic t-shirt, don't you? They've been trending for several years and now it's easier than ever to DIY your own.

Having the freedom to create customized clothing is just one of the many benefits of owning a Cricut machine. With a little bit of practice and a roll of Cricut's Iron On you can turn a plain old t-shirt into a trendy graphic tee in minutes. Grab a cup of coffee and let's check out some of the cutest DIY'd tees from around the web. Be sure to pin your faves!

A Nap Is Calling T-Shirt

Everyone can relate to this adorable design by Kori Clark. Naps are life. Plus, you can grab this Make It Now project right from Design Space!

DIY French Fries T-Shirt

C'mon now, this shirt is spot on. Damask Love always knows whats up!

Balloon Elbow Patches Tee

That glitter iron-on, you guys. The best! I can think of about 50 occasions where this shirt would come in handy. Can you even imagine how cute this would be for a first birthday photo shoot?

Hello My Name Is...

Speaking of little ones, this name tag onesie is perfect for bringing baby home from the hospital. When someone asks you what the baby's name is, just point to it! Genius. Find it in Design Space.

Happy Cloud Kids Tee

This is one of my favorite shirts that I designed for my littlest. You can head here for the free cut file.

Start Somewhere T-Shirt

I love love love these family tees by Cloudy Day Gray. Black and white gets me every time.

Lips and Lashes Shirt

This shirt is next on my DIY list! Simple yet totally glam.

Christmas Tee DIY

Customized PJs on Christmas morning? Yes, please! This year will be the year the whole family wears coordinating DIY jammies!

This is just a very small example of what you can create with Cricut. If you've yet to try your hand at creating your own t-shirt, I hope this post inspires you to grab a roll of iron-on and give it a shot.

To make things even easier, you can now get your hands on Cricut's Easy Press™! With the speed of a heat press and the convenience of an iron the Easy Press™ delivers professional results in 60 seconds. How cool is that?!

Be sure to pin this post for inspiration and leave a comment down below describing an awesome t-shirt you created with Cricut. Happy crafting!

12 thoughts on “DIY T-shirts I Would Totally Wear

  1. I just found out about the Easypress. I am interested in purchasing one online but every place I look online says out of stock. It seems the Easypress was released in late August. How is the machine out of stock so soon? Will there be more Easypress machines for purchase soon?

    Any information you can provide is greatly appreciated.

  2. I just bought my first cricut. It’s the Explore Air 2, and I’m in love. I’ve don’t iron on vinyl in both glitter and foil for stockings. Next is some shirts and regular adhesive vinyl Christmas things.

  3. Hubby just ordered me a Cricut Explore Air 2 from Can’t wait to get it. I already have the EasyPress. Haven’t used it yet though. I do have a Brother Scan N Cut, but have wanted a Cricut for a good long while.

  4. Can you scan and cut or copy an image from online and cut with the Cricut Air? If so please direct me to a tutorial. Thanks?

  5. What kind of printer is the best to use for the iron-ons? I got a Cricut for Xmas and would love to start making those cute t-shirts!

  6. I just got my cricut explore air 2. I love it. I have made wall vinyl art (clings), travel cups and cards. Oh and iron-ons. I also purchased the easy press at the same. I am still learning. I just love to design and make new things every day.

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