Bring on the chippin', dippin,' and margarita sippin' y'all! Cinco de Mayo is on it's way, and I can't wait! To celebrate the occasion, I created a fun little DIY Cinco de Mayo shirt, and it turned out so cute that I thought I'd share it with you. :)
All of my loves collided for this project, and I am obsessed.
What's got me so excited? Well, I got to use my Cricut Maker and Cricut EasyPress, which always make me happy. Then, I got to use the new Cricut EasyPress Mat, which is so convenient. But then, y'all...then...are you ready for this? I got to use the newly released Cricut Patterned Iron-On! They didn't release just any old patterns either, y'all. They released adorable patterns...including my absolute FAVE...watercolor iron-on!!!!!
This is a total game changer, you guys! We can mix and match patterns to create one-of-a-kind designs! I mean, just look at that cactus. The pattern on the iron-on adds so much more to the design!!!
The possibilities are endless, too. You can make fun shirts like this. You can use it on throw pillows in your home decor. How about making Mom a fun tote for Mother's Day? So darn exciting!!!
All in all, there are 9 sampler packs of patterned iron-on to choose from, each with three 12" x 17" sheets in three different designs, so there is something for everyone! I already have a list of things I want to make, but for now, let me walk you through making this fun Cinco de Mayo shirt!Read More