Use your vinyl cutting machine to make this snowflake hoodie that says ‘I am Freaking Cold’ on the front with a beautiful snowflake on the back.
I was recently in Target and saw (in the kids section!) a sweater that was black with black lettering! I LOVED how it looked and thought I’d try it with white on white for today’s Inspire My Creativity link party!
If you have followed me for a little while you know I love using my Cricut to make customer apparel. Our challenge this month was to do a snowflake inspired DIY and I thought maybe creating a cool graphic for a sweater, t-shirt or even hat would be a fun plan.
What you need for your snowflake hoodie
- Heat transfer vinyl
- Cricut Explore Air 2
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To do the front of the sweater that says ‘I am Freaking Cold’ I created this file here. All you need to do is upload it to design space and make it the size you’d like!
The snowflake was just a vector file I found and purchased a little kit for $1. You can find that same file here!
If you need step by step instructions on how to cut and iron on heat transfer vinyl, I outlined it for you in this post.
I cut my vinyl and got it all weeded.
I followed the steps to iron on the vinyl. One thing I would tell you is to always use a plain press cloth and also finish it off with ironing it after the plastic is gone. This will make it lay flat and make sure it doesn’t come up in the wash. I would still advise washing it on a gentle cycle and hanging it to dry though!
Obviously it’s a little challenging to take pictures of white on white so I wish you could see it in person! It turned out even better than I imagined!
This was part of the Inspire My Creativity link party. We did ‘snowflake’ projects this month and so make sure to poke around these other blogger’s sites to see other Snowflake projects!