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My birthday girl loved this birthday girl t-shirt I made for her to wear on her birthday. Make one for your own birthday girl with this free cut file.
If you are an avid reader of Liz on Call, you know I’m a huge fan of making custom DIY t-shirts for my kids. I also love hand lettering. So when I can put the two together, you know I’m in heaven! When we were preparing for my daughters 4th birthday, I knew I wanted to make her a shirt for her birthday. I wanted to keep it pretty simple as far as design. So I simply lettered birthday girl for the design on the t-shirt.
I usually use black heat transfer vinyl on my shirts. It’s easy to work with, I always have it on hand and it pops on a white shirt. However, I saw this new foil iron on in purple, I knew my purple loving princess would love it!
This first thing you need to do is download the free birthday girl cut file using the link below.
It is a zip file, so once you unzip it, you should be able to upload into your Cricut Design Space.
I love cutting vinyl with my Cricut Explore Air 2. If you aren’t familiar with how to use a Cricut machine to cut heat transfer vinyl you can view a picture tutorial on this patriotic t-shirt post, or see the video below where I made a Disney custom t-shirt for my girls.
Making custom shirts is so easy and super fun! I find good prices on shirts at most craft stores or at Walmart.
Do you have a princess in mind that would love this birthday girl t-shirt?