I just love graphic tees. I have a pretty simple handmade style that is mostly made of solids, but I love wearing graphic tees to give interest to an outfit without being too loud. Since getting a Cricut Explore* this summer I’ve loved making graphic tees for myself and everyone in my family. It’s so easy to make something for one of my kids and make them feel extra special. They love being apart of the process and choosing what they want to wear. The five colors of iron-on vinyl* I used was green, white, metallic gold, metallic rose gold, and metallic red.
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This year I decided to make two free cut files that work great for the men and boys in your life. Often the men and boys in our lives don’t get anything handmade. I first fell in love with sewing for boys when my boy was tiny. It was so fun to be able to sew cute stuff with some boundaries because it totally stretched my creativity.
The cut files I’m sharing with you today are “Santa in training” with a bitten cookie. It’s great for all the boys in your life. The other one I made was “I left my ugly Christmas sweater at home” with a sweater nearby. Because some people don’t enjoy wearing ugly Christmas sweaters or getting dressed up, and this Christmas graphic tee can be their backup. Aren’t they fun?!
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I also added some new Christmas cut files to my shop! One says, “my other sweater is my UGLY Christmas sweater” which is great for anyone who doesn’t like wearing sweaters. One says, “gift wrap tester” which is great for any child or toddler who likes to open presents! And the last one says, “I’ve been nice MEDIUM naughty” with the nice and naughty crossed off which is great for a kid doing their best to get on the nice list!