Doctor Who Tardis Polka Dot Iron-on Vinyl Shirt DIY

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 Doctor Who Tardis Polka Dot Iron-on Vinyl Shirt DIY
I love a simple shirt!  This polka dot style is one of my favorites these days.  It's easy to cut a simple design a bunch of times and iron them on in an alternating pattern!  This is a great way to spruce up clothes for back to school...especially when you want a specific theme and can't find it at a store!
I received my supplies from Happy Crafters.
You will need:
Blue and Black Shirt
Blueberry Pie Iron On Vinyl
Cricut Machine
Cricut EasyPress and Mat
and this Cricut Design Space Project!
Place your heat transfer vinyl on the mat with the shiny side down.  Click the make it button on the project...then at the top left corner, click 50 project copies.  It will auto arrange 50 perfect little Tardis shapes to fill the page.  Cut them out!
Weed the excess vinyl and cut each little Tardis apart.  Next, set the shirt on the EasyPress mat and arrange the rows of Tardis shapes.  3 rows at a time work well for the standard EasyPress.
Set the EasyPress to the correct setting for the fabric and time.  There's up to date info on that right here.
Continue pressing one section after the other.
Let them cool slightly and peel the carrier sheet off while still warm.
Let it cool and it's so cool!  Ready to wear or give as a super geek gift!
This shirt took less than an hour and would make a great gift too!
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