Taco Shirt Collection

Taco Time Shirts to Honor a Favorite Food

July 9th, 2018 • Contributor: Cricut Blog Team

You had me at taco.

Taco time all the time.

My star sign is taco.

We love witty puns here at Cricut. We also love delicious tacos. Our cravings and adoration are so strong, one of our teams at Cricut created a collection of custom t-shirts to express their devotion to these crunchie munchies. They affectionately refer to themselves as the “Taco Squad”.

Introducing the Taco Time Collection! This collection has six different designs that were created in Design Space, cut with a Cricut Maker or Explore and then simply applied to t-shirts with the EasyPress. Each design is unique and reflects the different personalities that make up the Taco Squad. There are even creative designs that pay homage to software coders who love these south-of-the-border snacks.

Personalizing tees is possibly the easiest way to express yourself. With your Cricut machine, a roll of Everyday Iron-on Vinyl (with Strongbond™ Guarantee*) and the EasyPress, the possibilities are literally endless.

This collection is exclusive to all Cricut Access owners!  If you don't have a Cricut Access subscription you can sign up here.

*Cricut stands behind its iron-on products when used and applied as directed.

Some of my favorite custom designs from the collection:

You had me at taco: nothing says true love more than taking a quote from Jerry Maguire and applying to the best greasy food in the world.

Taco is my star sign: reading the stars when hungry will always result in deep thoughts that lead back to tacos, of course!

Taco time all the time: what day of the week is it? Does. Not. Matter. It is taco time!

Taco Time Shirts
Taco Time Shirts
Taco Time Shirts

TaCode to me: you code, you get it.

Two taco code designs that speak to you.

Taco squad: looking for a custom tee design for your three amigos? Look no further.

Taco Time Shirts
Taco Time Shirts
Taco Time Shirts

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