Cricut Joy Iron On Shirt Inspiration
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Looking for what to make with a Cricut Joy and iron on vinyl? I have tons of DIY inspiration for shirts I have made for my kids with references of where to find the SVG files. I’ll also share some of my favorite blank shirts for Cricut projects.
Quick Tips on using your Cricut Joy for Iron On Shirts
- You’re limited to 4.5″ width or height. Try rotating your work to make it wider.
- Don’t choose a design with tiny details, trust me.
- Increase Your Iron On Size by separating the design (i.e., cut the text separately from the design and then layer when applying the iron on).
Favorite Iron On Blanks:
When looking for iron on blanks for your next Cricut project, there’s two very important factors:
- Affordable Price
- High Quality (shouldn’t be itchy or fall apart)
Unfortunately, those two concepts often clash, especially in the day and age of buying online without getting to feel the product. The following are a few tried and true items that I have had great success with!
Honest Company Toddler Shirts, MultiPack
These hold up beautifully in the wash and good for stocking up for future projects.
The Children’s Place Skater Dresses
These dresses are soft, comfortable and stylish for little girls. The 2-pack option is also always appreciated.
When you don’t need 12 shirts, like the Honest option, but want multiples of the same color. These uniform style shirts from French Toast are durable but much nicer and softer than the typical iron on shirt you’d get at your craft store.
Where to Buy Affordable Cricut Joy Smart Iron On:
Amazon is an excellent place! I have found rolls for only a few dollars vs. the $12 at my local craft store. I have certain colors that I usually always buy and keep a few extra on hand.
Check out my other DIY Projects:
Learn how to crochet this super easy alphabet pattern (from Moogly) and turn it into this adorable boho wall decor, perfect for a nursery or play room.