Time Required :
About 30 minutes
Beginner
Beginner
You're new to the skills necessary to complete this project, or maybe you've tried them just once or twice before.

boo t-shirts

Boos aren't always scary! Check out these adorable ghostly Boo t-shirts and see just how easy they are to make for you and your "mini boo"!
Step 1

First, click on the following link to go directly to the design in Cricut® Design Space™: https://design.cricut.com/#/design/153053431.
TIP: For the French version, click here: https://design.cricut.com/#/design/153080793.

Step 2

Size the design as you would like it to appear on your shirt.
TIP: If you want to change any colors, to make it easier to keep track of your layers when cutting, do so, in the ‘Edit’ panel.

Step 3

Click ‘Make It’ in the upper right corner of your screen.

Step 4

In your preview screen, check ‘Mirror’ in the left panel for each mat, to reverse your image.

Step 5

Now, click ‘Continue’ in the bottom right corner of your screen, and choose the material for your first layer.
TIP: When working with multiple iron-on colors, be sure to pay close attention to the left panel on your preview screen to know which layer is cutting, so you know which color to load. Be sure to change the material if using more than one type.

Step 6

Place the iron-on material, shiny-side down, onto your cutting mat. Load the mat into your Cricut® machine, then press the blinking Cricut® icon to start cutting.

Step 7

Once your machine is done cutting each color, use scissors to cut your design from the iron-on material rolls. Next, use your weeder tool to remove all the excess material around and inside your design. You’ll be left with just the reversed design on the clear plastic carrier sheets, which are slightly sticky.

Step 8

Preheat your iron to the appropriate temperature for your material as directed in the material packaging.

Step 9

Layout your shirt and preheat for 5 seconds.

Step 10

Place the carrier sheet with your design, so it’s sticky-side down, onto your shirt. You should be able to see the layer through the carrier sheet, just as it will appear once ironed.

Step 11
Now, iron your design to your shirt. Once you are done, if your material is the warm peel type, you may go ahead and peel off the carrier sheet. If your material is a cool peel type, let it cool completely before removing the carrier sheet.

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Materials

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    Products

  • 876004993
    You’ll Need: 1
    Item # 10532465 
    $4.99
    $5.99
    • Color: White
    • Size: Medium
    • Color: White
    • Size: Medium
    • Color: White
    • Size: Medium
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  • 876004995
    You’ll Need: 1
    Item # 10594614 
    $4.99
    $5.99
    • Color: White
    • Size: Small
    • Color: White
    • Size: Small
    • Color: White
    • Size: Small
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  • 998324342
    You’ll Need: 1
    Item # 10591702 
    $14.99
    $20.99
    • Color: Orange Soda
    • Size: 11.8" x 36"
    • Color: Orange Soda
    • Size: 11.8" x 36"
    • Color: Orange Soda
    • Size: 11.8" x 36"
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  • You’ll Need: 1
    Item # 10454201 
    $8.99
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  • You’ll Need: 1
    Item # 10471374 
    $9.09
    $12.99
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  • You’ll Need: 1
    Item # 10530225 
    $419.99
    $489.99
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