I always have the hardest time finding cute boy stuff for holidays. There is so much adorable girl stuff but the racks are limited for boys. This Boys Valentine Shirt Design is something I whipped up when I couldn’t find what I was looking for. I am offering the free cut file for you too so you can make your own if you’d like!
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My sweet little guy just gives me all the heart eyes! Even when he has funny hair because his dad cut it while I was out of town! :) I just adore him and wanted a cute shirt for him for Valentine’s Day! Here is what I came up with and I made this using my Cricut Explore!
Supplies for Boys Valentine Shirt:
- Cricut Explore Air Cutting Machine
- Red Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Black Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Cricut Tool Set (weeder and scraper in particular)
- Thin Spare Cloth
- Raglan T-shirt Blank
Because we are using heat transfer vinyl we will want to make sure that when we go to cut our designs we select the Mirror option!
I set up my design and my mat to cut two different colors of vinyl at once.
I cut the Iron-on vinyl on my Cricut and then I used my tool set to weed the excess heat transfer vinyl from my design.
Making it easier on myself I trimmed the clear backing of my heart pretty close to my design so that I could place and iron them both at the same time.
Then I covered my design with a dish towel and using my hottest setting on my iron I pressed the heat transfer onto the shirt making sure to cover every part of my design.
Then after you press you carefully remove the clear backing revealing your adorable shirt you just created!
Then put your favorite little person inside of it and bask in the cuteness!
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Here are also some great Non-Candy Valentine Ideas for your little to pass out:
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