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Last fall I received a Cricut EasyPress 2, and it sat in my office unused for a year. I had so many ideas, but as life often does I didn’t make the time. When my family made plans to come visit us in Atlanta this fall, my brain began swirling with ideas.
I KNEW that I would be taking updated cousin photos because the cousins would all be in one place for the first time in about a year. Since they are all under 10, I thought it would be fun to make them coordinating sweatshirts for the photos and found these sporty, colorful sweatshirts on Amazon. I ordered the appropriate sizes and created the transfers in red and blue vinyl that matched the sleeves.
To create the transfers I simply downloaded this free .SVG file from the SVG Art page, edited it in the Circuit Design Space to be the right size and chose the appropriate cut settings. The design space makes editing easy and intuitive and I love having access to lots of designs and ideas. The Cricut Explore machine makes it simple to choose the right settings for cutting your chosen material.
Once the decal was cut and weeded, I heated up the EasyPress, pressed the decals onto the shirts and voila! I had 4 adorable, coordinating sweatshirts ready for 4 handsome cousins!! Easy peasy!