Handmade Crafts with Cricut at Hochanda

Add a touch of style to your plain clothing with this fun tutorial from Cricut! This project shows you how to cut a mosaic iron-on image onto a toddlers long sleeve t-shirt and trousers.

 

Time to Make:

Less than 30 mins

Finished size:

Trouser image is approximately 2” x 13.5” (5cm x 34.3cm)

Shirt image is approximately 6” x 3.25” (15.2cm x 8.6cm)

Materials to cut:

Cricut Iron-On Mosaic material

Everything else:

Cricut Explore Air™ 2 or Cricut Maker™

Cricut Standard Grip Mat

Cricut EasyPress™

Cricut EasyPress™ mat 

Weeder tool

Toddler’s long sleeve T shirt and trousers

Cricut Mosaic Iron-On Preparation:

Open Cricut Design Space™ and search Ready-to-Make projects for ‘mosaic’. Open the file with the toddler track suit image. If you want to alter the project, click ‘Customize’ then use the tools in the Edit panel to make changes before you cut.

Cut:

Be sure to mirror the image when using iron-on and place the shiny side (clear liner) onto the mat.

Follow the prompts in Cricut Design Space to cut the images from the iron-on material.

Assemble:

Use a Weeder Tool to remove the negative pieces of iron-on using a weeder tool so just your design remains on the clear liner.

TIP:

The weeding process is different for Mosaic Iron-On than standard iron-on material. Instead of weeding individual iron-on dots, you’ll weed away the liner that carries the dots.

Apply the iron-on layers to your project using a Cricut EasyPress™ and Cricut EasyPress mat, using the interactive guide for the perfect time and temperature settings: https://cricut.com/en_us/heatguide.

If you have never used Mosaic Iron-On or an EasyPress before, this article may help:

https://help.cricut.com/hc/en-us/articles/360026140034-Mosaic-Iron-On-Instructions

Cricut Mosaic Iron On Project

 

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