Get out your Cricut or Silhouette and whip up this Heartbreaker Child’s Valentine Shirt! There are 2 versions, one for your prince and one for your princess! Grab the SVG here and apply to your favorite shirt.
Last year I made this Mr. Steal Your Heart file and I still absolutely love it. It’s harder for me to find cute stuff for my boys. I see such cute girls stuff but not much for my dudes so I end up making something for them.
This file is gender neutral and I provided two versions so you can choose your favorite! You know I love options!!
Supplies for Heartbreaker Child’s Valentine Shirt:
- Cricut Machine (Amazon | Cricut)
- Heat Transfer Vinyl in your choice of 2 colors (Amazon | Cricut)
- Weeding Tool (Amazon | Cricut)
- Iron or Easy Press (Amazon | Cricut)
- Your favorite shirt blank. I used this one
While you CAN layer heat transfer vinyl, in my experience it weathers better for extended use when you do not entirely layer. That leaves you with a heart that looks like this:
I press that down just enough that the clear backing removes easily.
Then you layer your top layer on and the top layer has a chance to adhere more to the fabric of the shirt versus the smooth heat transfer vinyl below. I just found this method seems to last longer.
It also makes it easier to position the top color on top of the bottom when you have a guide to use!
Then I press the top layer over the bottom layer using a thin cloth.
I have designed two designs. One with a more block style font and one with a more “scriptier” type of font. I didn’t want to use cursive as this is intended for a child’s shirt and I still wanted them to be able to read it.
They both have the inset of the breaker design cut out for maximum adhesion!
I think this kid is a heartbreaker even with cray cray poofy hair, lol!
DOWNLOAD KID’S VALENTINE SHIRT FILE BELOW
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