Aladdin Magic Lamp Shirt with Cricut Maker & EasyPress 2

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Gold metallic iron on vinyl of Aladdin's magic lamp with script word magic pressed onto a black shirt.

 Aladdin Magic Lamp Shirt with Cricut Maker & EasyPress 2

Plus, how to upload a JPG or JPEG into Cricut Design Space

Have you seen the live action Aladdin yet?  I'm going tomorrow and knew I needed a new shirt to wear!  Making T-shirt is my all-time-favorite craft.  It's so fast.  It makes a great gift.  It is so fun to make personalized shirts in minutes!  I'm going to show you how simple it is to use Cricut Design Space™ to make a magic shirt from a jpeg in minutes.
Use the Cricut Maker, EasyPress 2 and Design Space to make a Magic Lamp shirt in gold foil to wear to the Aladdin live action movie.

Supplies Needed:

Metallic Foil Iron On
Cricut Maker
Cricut EasyPress 2
Cricut EasyPress Mat
 Cricut Design Space™
Black shirt with gold iron on foil of Aladdin's magic lamp, made with the Cricut Maker and EasyPress 2.
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Here's the video of the Cricut Design Space process:

Here's the jpeg I used for this project.  Right click to save it off for personal use only.  If you can get a png file where the background is already removed, this process goes even faster!
Silhouette of the magic lamp with script word "magic" jpeg file for making a shirt using Cricut Design space and the Cricut maker.

Once it's loaded, background removed, color changed, sized and mirrored, select the material you are cutting, in this case it's foil iron-on.  Then place the iron-on on the mat with the colored/shiny side down.  Load it into the maker...and click the cut button.
Cricut maker cutting metallic foil iron-on vinyl.
 Remove the mat and weed the excess iron-on from the image.
Then warm up the shirt with the EasyPress 2.  Seriously, invest in an EasyPress for shirt making.  I wasted so many supplies using a household iron...they just do not get hot enough or consistent enough heat for actual adhesion.  The EasyPress 2 is a game changer!
Cricut Easpress pressing a black shirt with a gold foil iron on design.
 Place the iron-on on the warm shirt.  I like mine about 2 inches from the top of the collar.
Gold foil iron-on vinyl weeded, revealing the magic lamp from aladdin and the script font magic on it.
 Press the EasyPress on the iron-on for the recommended settings found here.  Then turn the shirt over and press the other side for 10-15 seconds.
Cricut EasyPress 2 large size pressing a shirt to wear to the Aladdin movie
Then let the shirt cool down completely and remove the plastic carrier sheet.
Magic lamp shirt made with gold foil iron-on and the Cricut Maker/EasyPress 2
 Now the shirt is ready to wear!  I can make a shirt from start to finish in 10 minutes.  I keep a stash of kids t-shirts in my craft room in case we need a last minute gift.  Seriously so effortless!
Cricut Maker and EasyPress 2 make an Alladdin Aladin Alladin magic lamp shirt with gold foil using cricut design space, tutorial by doodlecraft
Using the Cricut Maker and EasyPress 2 to make a shirt is truly Magic!
Folded black shirt laying on sidewalk with a shiny gold foil iron-on image of the magic lamp from Aladdin with the script "magic" written on it.
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How to upload a jpeg jpg into Cricut Design Space to make a shirt tutorial featuring Cricut Maker and EasyPress 2.  Iron on metallic gold foil cut like Aladdin's lamp with the script magic on it.  Made in 10 minutes by doodlecraft.

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Chelle said…
I think you just talked me into an EasyPress! I deco'd a kitchen towel yesterday for a gift & it literally took me twice as long to iron on than the whole 'making' process combined! This is not acceptable in MY crafting time frame! Thanks for the lil push I needed!