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With Liberty and Justice For All free .svg dowload and Custom T-Shirt Tutorial
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In case you haven’t noticed yet I am completely obsessed with the 4th of July. I have a weakness for all things Red, White, and Blue, including clothing. I’ve been coming up with a collection of fun patriotic shirt ideas for my family this 4th of July season and I’m excited to share my Liberty and Justice For All free .svg file and custom t-shirt tutorial with you today.
This project was made so easily with the help of my Cricut Explore Air 2 and the amazingly awesome Cricut Foil Iron-On Vinyl. I love the way the foil iron-on goes on and how festive it looks! I’ve made quite a few articles of clothing with it already and it has held up amazingly well through washing and wear.
To make this project even easier for you to create yourself, I am including a free download for the Liberty and Justice For All .svg file so the hard work is done for you! Just download the file, upload to your software (we use and love Cricut Design Space), cut out, weed, iron on, and admire your brand new custom t-shirt!
I seriously feel like I could make a new shirt every day with how easy they are to crank out with the Cricut Explore Air 2.
Cutting Machine (Cricut Explore Air 2)
Iron-On Vinyl (Cricut Foil Iron-On Vinyl in Red)
Downloaded Liberty and Justice For All cut file
Article of Clothing (Red/White Baseball T)
Set your machine to the correct setting for your vinyl (I like to use the cardstock setting on my Cricut Explore Air 2 when cutting Foil Iron-On Vinyl), make sure you mirror your image before cutting, cut out vinyl, weed vinyl (the Cricut weeding tool is amazing), iron onto shirt (or other article of clothing) making sure to iron the back side as well as the top and if using Foil Iron-On Vinyl let cool completely before removing plastic cover, put on, wear out and about, be gracious with the numerous compliments you’re sure to receive while wearing (especially when they find out you made it yourself!).
I hope you enjoy this cut file and make something cute for your 4th of July!
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