Make your next trip to the park extra special for the whole Star Wars loving family with these Mandalorian Cut Files.
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One Disney thing that my family can all agree on is Star Wars. We will sit together and watch Star Wars movies with little argument from anyone. Along those lines, the Mandalorian on Disney+ has become a favorite. Another one we can all agree on.
I made my son these DIY Star Wars Shirts for a recent trip to Disneyland when he would get to see Galaxy’s Edge for the first time. But knew I needed to create a Star Wars design that the whole family could enjoy for our next trip.
Knowing that my family indulges my love of Disney sometimes, I wanted this design to be a little funny but with a Star Wars feel. I think I nailed it with this design. And there are so many options so you can create the exact shirt needed for each family member.
To make these Mandalorian shirts you will need:
Cricut Maker or other cutting machine
It is the way cut file (download toward end of post)
I made the My Mom Has Spoken version for my kids. And for my husband I made the My Wife Has Spoken Version.
How to Make a Mandalorian Shirt
Upload the cut files into Cricut Design Space. Not sure how to do that? See this You Tube video on How to upload an SVG into Cricut Design Space. The designs will open on the canvas. You will be able to resize the designs to the desired size. You could also turn off any of the designs you don’t want, so you can choose who has spoken.
When you’re ready to cut the design, click make it and make sure to mirror image the design when using iron-on vinyl. Continue to select the cutting machine and material. Place the iron-on vinyl shiny side down on the cutting mat. Load into the machine and press the blinking go button.
Unload the mat once it’s done cutting. Weed the unwanted vinyl, leaving the design on the plastic carrier sheet. The design will be backwards. Flip it over so the plastic carrier sheet is on top and place the vinyl onto your shirt.
Heat your EasyPress to correct settings for your project. Use the EasyPress and with some light pressure, press the design to the shirt. Remove the plastic carrier sheet. If some of the vinyl tries to come up with the carrier sheet, lay the carrier sheet down and press the shirt for a few more seconds.
It Is The Way Cut Files
Download the cut files using the link below. These cut files come in a zip file. Once downloaded, unzip the file and then it can be uploaded into your cutting machine software.
These files are for personal use ONLY.
If you are looking to make even more Disney shirts for the family, these Disney squad goals shirts are one of our favorites. And see all of my Disney ideas if you want to continue the magic at home.