Thursday, August 18, 2011

Disney Crafts: Personalized Mickey T-shirts





...and place adhesive side down on your shirt.




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49 comments:

finallyMom@blogspot.com said...

you are the most awesomest mom! i love that the instruction is all done in the disney font, too. very cute. and crafty. and inexpensive. rock star mom, you are!

Kmama said...

So cute. You are going to get so many compliments and comments about those shirts!

Amanda @ Serenity Now said...

I. love. this. Your boys will be the cutest kids at Disney, Kelli! I love the way you used the spray adhesive before sewing...what an awesome way to get around using the expensive fabric transfer material stuff. Great job!!!

Mary said...

Soooo cute! You are so creative! I hope you and your family have a great time at Disney World.

Liz @ Sugarplum Creations said...

Love! I had t-shirts made for the girls before we went. Don't know why I didn't think to just make 'em myself!! :)

Carrie said...

Kelli I am loving all of your Disney ideas! I really hope we get a chance to go sometime! These shirts are so cute and I love that their names look like Disney writing! They are perfect and I can't wait to see your pics from your trip!

Kelli said...

I do wish I lived closer so I could come and sit with you while you do these things to learn. I love the picture tutorial...that's the next best thing. These shirts turned out really well. Your model is so handsome!

Foursons said...

I can't believe you have a Disney font! Wait- yes I do. Of course you do! Your boys seem to have everything they need for the trip!

Foursons said...

Oh- and I am LOVING Eli's pose! So funny and so cute. He is losing his baby look though, make that stop.

Erin said...

These are so cute! Great job!

Yanet @ 3 Sun Kissed Boys said...

Yall are going to look so cute!!! Super fun idea.

Kelly said...

These look adorable. I think that machine is going to be at the top of my Christmas list. Do you like it better than your Cricut? Which one is more bang for your buck? :)

Dee said...

You're so awesome! I have GOT to learn how to sew!

Joanna said...

I want one too!! :-) If I had a sewing machine I'd make me and the girls these shirts...right now!

Nichol said...

Those are so cute, you did an amazing job. Love everything about them, good job mama(as always):)

Amy @MoMomma said...

Those are Adorable! Great job. I'm going to save this for a future project. Feel free to come link up on my Friendly Friday :) www.momomma.com

Melanie @ bear rabbit bear said...

I love this! I did a Minnie tank for my little one (minniemousebirthday.blogspot.com), and I adore this Mickey shirt!

We are still having our Crafts for Under Twenty Somethings party through noon tomorrow if you would like to link your awesome post!!

Melanie
http://bearrabbitbear.blogspot.com/2011/08/crafts-for-under-twenty-somethings_17.html

CraftyCupcake13 said...

What a FABULOUS idea! I now wish I had a Silhouette! Thanks for sharing I saw your link up over at Tatertots and Jello, I'm so glad I found you! I'm your newest follower! YAY, hope you can come visit me too:
http://onestopbabygifts.blogspot.com

XOXOXO,
Lilli

Lexie Loo & Dylan Too said...

Super cute! I hope you're having a great time!

ChicChat said...

I Love Disney...so thank you for sharing all of your cute ideas!

Ashley said...

where did you find the template for mickey's head?! I'm making my son a birthday shirt, but can't seem to find a perfect template...

Ashley said...

Thanks for the template. Another question: how did you get the letters on the heat transfer? my mom has a cricut that I could use, but I don't know how I would do it with the heat transfer.

Thanks for your help! I'll have to email you pictures once I get it finished!

Sweets for the Sweet said...

Could you please send me the template? Also, it there any way that I could get you to allow me to purchase iron ons from you in my daughter's names? I don't have a either of the machines to make them & would LOVE to have their names on them.

thank you,

Regan
mamabrown78@gmail.com

Yettiebug said...

I love the shirts! My question is: How does the felt hold up with washing?

Kelli @ RTSM said...

It holds up pretty well. The black felt I used for these was the thicker stuff that you buy by the yard, not the crafty kind. It did get a few knit balls, but I think if you washed it inside out and on the delicate cycle they wouldn't be bad at all. My boys' shirts have been washed at least 10 times and they are still going strong:)

Niblet's mom said...

I love your shirts!!! Would you mind sharing the mickey template with me?
Also could I pay you to make my sons name for the shirt? I I can't get the font to cut.
Thanks a ton!

Sisters said...

I also have a Henry. He is 2. If you ever have any personalized items for Henry you would want to sell or pass down, I would love to look at them!

C and M said...

Would you mind sharing where you found your mickey template, please? I'm making some tees for my kids first trip to Disney next week! Thank you!
cfederline7@hotmail.com

Karen said...

Can I get the template too please? I love your shirts and would like to make some for my grandkids.
thanks!

Unknown said...

How can we get the template?

Unknown said...

Adorable and easy! How can I get a copy of the template?

Nicole Vaporis said...

Love these shirts! Would you mind sending me the template? We are going to WDW in October and would love to make these, but with orange shirts for halloween time :)

Cristy Carreon said...

Love this shirts! You are so creative. We are going to WDW for Christmas and I would like to do this shirts for everybody (12). My question is does cricut work with the heat transfer? and how would you do this?

Thank you for sharing your ideas.

cristyecarreon@verizon.net

Cristy Carreon said...

Love this shirts! You are so creative. We are going to WDW for Christmas and I would like to do this shirts for everybody (12). My question is does cricut work with the heat transfer? and how would you do this?

Thank you for sharing your ideas.

cristyecarreon@verizon.net

Garron and Abby Combs said...

These are so cute and will perfect for our Disneyland trip coming up. Could I get the Mickey Template?

Thanks
Abby

abby.combs@gmail.com

Traci said...

I was wondering where you found the Mickey template? Your shirts are adorable!!!!! Thank you for sharing your ideas!!!!!! mtlmcgrew@gmail.com

Bethany0621 said...

I was wondering if you could email me the template. Also I do not have a either of the lettering machines, any ideas of how to do it without one? Bethany0621@gmail.com

Saunders Family said...

Can you please email me the template? Thank you in advance.


saundersfamilyof4@gmail.com

Saunders Family said...

Can you please e-mail the template to me? We are going to Disney really soon. Thanks in advance.

saundersfamilyof4@gmail.com

Robin said...

Would you please email the template?? I found your blog while looking around on pinterest & LOVED the idea!! THANK YOU!!

ROBIN
rfryrear@me.com

Robin said...

Can you please email the template as well?? I LOVE this idea!!

Thank you!!
Robin

rfryrear@me.com

Emily said...

Hey. Can you please explain how to use the heat transfer with the silhouette? I didn't understand the instructions for that part. Thanks!

Emily said...

Hey can you please explain how to use the iron on transfer with the silhouette? I didn't understand the instructions for that part. Thanks!

alisonr said...

I love these shirts! I would make them, but I can't even sew a button on! Do you sell them?? We are going to Disney in five weeks, and I would love to have them for my three little ones!
alison@thereinings.com

Natanya Adler said...

Awesome job! Is it possible to get the mickey head template please? I would love to make this shirt for my daughter and all her cousins for there 1st Disneyland trip in May :) Thanks for showing this great diy project!

-Natanyaeadler@gmail.com

Janeam Martin said...

I love you shirts! We are going in july and I would love to make these for my 2 kiddo's. I see alot are asking for the template can I also ask for one? Also were do u find that writing? I am, a lil confused on that. Thanks!

Janeam28@yahoo.com

Tracy Kuhn said...

I adore your t-shirts! Can you please email me the mickey template: tkuhn0217@gmail.com?

Also, did you leave the paper template on the felt when you sewed it on the shirt? Clearly I'm not crafty but going to try!

Tracy Kuhn said...

Hi - can you please email me the template too? tkuhn0217@gmail.com

Love your shirts- going to try and make them for my kids.

Do I leave the paper behind the felt when I sew it onto the shirts?

Christine Stein said...

These shirts are awesome!!!! Are you interested in making 6 shirts for our upcoming trip? If not, would you mind sending me the mickey template? My email address is: christine.stein@rocketmail.com.

Thank you!
Christine

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