Captain Marvel Gold Star Hoodie Shirt with Lego + Cricut

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 Captain Marvel Gold Star Hoodie Shirt

Do you have a Marvel fan in the home?  I do.  She is 14 and totally hooked on Marvel.  She wants to marry Loki or the Winter Soldier.  She must have a thing for long haired bad boys.  Nevertheless, I am happy to promote the fandom because I love Marvel too!  Gearing up for the Captain Marvel movie release on March 8th, here's a simple DIY that makes a great gift too.
 Speaking of Marvel, Lego makes the cutest little Mighty Micro sets in favorite Marvel combos.  I'm looking forward to giving these to my family on Christmas morning...hopefully they don't check this post!  You can buy these from Lego.

Or pick them up from Amazon when you are shopping for more fun things.

Star Lord and Nebula

Thor and Loki

For the Captain Marvel Shirt, you will need:
Cricut Maker
Gold Everyday Iron-on
Gold Glitter Iron-on
EasyPress 2 small
These PNG files I designed
Cut the solid gold star out of the Everyday iron-on vinyl.  Then cut the triangle star out of the gold glitter iron on.  Then weed the excess vinyl.

Warm up the shirt with the EasyPress 2.  Then place the solid gold star on the shirt.  Then press for 15 seconds at 315*.
Let the vinyl cool and peel off the carrier sheet.
Then place the glitter star over the top carefully to line up all the tips.  Then press the EasyPress 2 on the vinyl for 30 seconds.
Turn the shirt over and press the other side for about 15 seconds.  Let the vinyl cool completely and peel off the carrier sheet.  The double layers give it the 3D star effect, just like Captain Marvel!
Hard to see the difference in the sunlight, but the textures speak for themselves.  The perfect gift for a Marvel fan, the start of a great cosplay, or just for fun!
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