The Child Baby Yoda SVG T-Shirt with Cricut EasyPress 2


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Make a cute Mandalorian inspired, "The Child," Baby Yoda shirt with the Cricut cutting machine, EasyPress 2 and some Iron on vinyl. Perfect for a Star Wars fan!

 The Child Baby Yoda SVG T-Shirt with Cricut EasyPress 2

Have you caught the child, Baby Yoda bug yet? I'm completely obsessed and must make everything Mandalorian inspired. I'm not sure Disney will ever be able to top this one. Baby Yoda, who isn't actually Yoda for obvious reasons, is dubbed the child or the asset. I want a Baby Yoda themed birthday party, maybe that should be my next project!

Make a cute Mandalorian inspired, "The Child," Baby Yoda shirt with the Cricut cutting machine, EasyPress 2 and some Iron on vinyl. Perfect for a Star Wars fan!

Make a cute Mandalorian inspired, "The Child," Baby Yoda shirt with the Cricut cutting machine, EasyPress 2 and some Iron on vinyl. Perfect for a Star Wars fan!

Look at this adorable cut out of the child, baby Yoda! He's actual size, 16 inches tall, and super fun! It was easy to make in a couple hours with the help of my husband and this SVG. We mounted vinyl on wood and then painted it to look just like adorable little baby yoda.
Make a Baby Yoda from the Star Wars series the Mandalorian out of wood, Cricut machine, vinyl and acrylic paint. Perfect for parties, crafts, cosplay and home decor!

Supplies Needed for Baby Yoda T-shirt:

Baby Yoda SVG File

Make a cute Mandalorian inspired, "The Child," Baby Yoda shirt with the Cricut cutting machine, EasyPress 2 and some Iron on vinyl. Perfect for a Star Wars fan!

Step 1 The Child:

Begin by uploading the SVG to Cricut Design Space. Then cut out the child image in reverse out of iron on vinyl.

Use the Cricut Maker to cut iron-on vinyl of the Child, or baby yoda, on a shirt.

Step 2 Weeding:

Then use the Cricut hook tool to weed out the excess iron on vinyl.

Use the Cricut Maker to cut iron-on vinyl of the Child, or baby yoda, on a shirt.

Step 3 Press the Vinyl: 

Place the child on the t-shirt with the plastic side up. Then heat up the EasyPress 2 to the recommended settings.

Use the Cricut Maker to cut iron-on vinyl of the Child, or baby yoda, on a shirt.

Then press the iron-on vinyl with the EasyPress 2. Next, turn the shirt over and press the backside for about 15 seconds. 

Use the Cricut EasyPress 2 to iron on the Child, or baby yoda, on a shirt.

Then let the shirt cool completely and peel off the carrier sheet from the shirt. Doing cold peels is important so it doesn't shift the iron on.

Make a cute Mandalorian inspired, "The Child," Baby Yoda shirt with the Cricut cutting machine, EasyPress 2 and some Iron on vinyl. Perfect for a Star Wars fan!

It's as simple as that! 

Now the shirt is ready to wear or give as a gift to a fellow Baby Yoda lover. I love geek inspired gifts like this! I have a full tab on the top bar of my blog labeled "Geekery", where I have 100's of different geek inspired crafts and DIY's. Star Wars has it's own full category of crafts, so there is for sure something you'll love!

Make a cute Mandalorian inspired, "The Child," Baby Yoda shirt with the Cricut cutting machine, EasyPress 2 and some Iron on vinyl. Perfect for a Star Wars fan!

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Make a cute Mandalorian inspired, "The Child," Baby Yoda shirt with the Cricut cutting machine, EasyPress 2 and some Iron on vinyl. Perfect for a Star Wars fan!


Check out this cute Baby Yoda Tote too!

This baby yoda tote is perfection! It's 4 layers of iron on vinyl to color the image as you layer it. This Baby Yoda file is FREE and can be found at the blog post here.
Baby Yoda The Child from Star Wars the Mandalorian Layered Cricut Iron-On Vinyl Tote Bag DIY with Baby Yoda by Doodlecraft Template Download Coloring Book page, black and white outline, svg file, free download image inspired by Disney's Star Wars Mandalorian

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