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Unicorns are all the rage, and a unicorn t-shirt is perfect for every occasion! Right?! I whipped this fun tshirt up for my darling little niece. St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and I don’t want her sweet little arms getting pinched!
On a super important (related) note, this absolutely gorgeous Cricut Explore Air 2 machine, in wisteria, is available exclusively at JOANN. It’s not only this brilliant purple, it’s also glittery. It’s so pretty, you won’t want to store it. It will be allowed to stay out in the open on your craft table! And what’s more, JOANN has a wisteria Cricut EasyPress to match!
To make this unicorn tshirt, you’ll need a few things. You can shop the new machines online right now, and they’ll be rolling out across the United States over the next 10 days. Let’s get crafting!
Supplies For Unicorn TShirt
- Cricut Explore Air 2
- Cricut EasyPress
- Green Foil IronOn
- Green Glitter IronOn
- White IronOn
- Straight Edge Cutter
- Ironing Mat
- Design Space Project
Instructional Video – How To Make A Unicorn TShirt
Watching a quick video is sooooo much easier than following writen instructions, don’t you think?!
But if you prefer pictures, I have you covered there too.
I’m loving making graphic tees for everything. Here are a few more I’ve whipped up with my Cricut:
- Feed Me And Tell Me I’m Pretty Graphic Tee
- Shine Bright Graphic Tee
- Proud To Be An American Graphic Tee
- Easter Egg Hunt Graphic Tee
- Sew Awesome Graphic Tee
Remember, the wisteria Cricut machines, which work really well with the color of the year don’t you think, are only available at JOANN! Don’t wait to grab yours!! As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!
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