Star Wars Logo Shirt With Chevron Sleeves DIY

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Star Wars Logo Shirt With Chevron Sleeves DIY
Hey friends, I love Star Wars.  To me, it's the BEST Movie series ever.  I think they are genius to span so many generations of time into this saga...I am hooked and can't wait for the Han Solo movie on May 25th!  If you are like me, you have to wear a geek shirt with a robe for the showing of the movie too!  Here's a great shirt to flaunt at the movie or on May 4th!
The iconic Star Wars logo is unbeatable, but those chevrons on the sleeve are such a fun detail that make the shirt spectacular!  I used supplies from Cricut, and affiliate links are included.  Cricut just released a series of Star Wars images that are perfect for T-shirt making.  Make a shirt for everyone in the family.
 Gather Supplies:
Black T-Shirt
Purchase the image for $1.99 on Cricut Design Space...even I purchased the images for this project (and my other Star Wars shirts), But totally worth it.  This logo is a great piece to have in your collection forever.  I used SportFlex in gold and cut the logo.  
Use the hook tool to remove the excess vinyl.
Then I used some paper and cut a chevron shape, that I then cut 4 copies of out of gold Iron-on Vinyl.  Just "freehanded" and not super perfect.
It can be difficult to tell which is the plastic side and which is the iron on side of the gold vinyl, so keep track as you work.
Set the vinyl to the side and set the shirt on the EasyPress Mat.  Heat up the EasyPress to 305*, the recommended setting for the SportFlex Iron-on vinyl.  Next, use the EasyPress to warm up the shirt for about 10-15 seconds.
Then place the Star Wars Logo vinyl on the shirt.
Next, place the EasyPress on the vinyl and set for 30 seconds.  Because the logo is wider than the EasyPress, I did this in 2 sections.  Heat up the left side.
Then heat up the left side for the same amount of time.
Keep the plastic covering on the shirt and turn the shirt to the sleeve.  Add two of the chevron pieces and make sure they are plastic side up.
Use the EasyPress right on the sleeve for the same amount of time.
Repeat for the other sleeve and let all the vinyl cool down.
Then carefully peel off the plastic can be a bit difficult on the chevrons.
Now the shirt is awesome and ready to wear.  It looks super official and legit!
I love the chevrons on the sleeves, they make the shirt!  This shirt is ready for a movie premiere! 
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