Using this free Mickey and Minnie Heads Cut File, you can make a super easy shirt for your next trip to the Disney Parks.
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Anytime I know I have an upcoming trip to Disney, I take a mental inventory of my Disney shirts. Some of my favorite Disney shirts I have made using my Cricut and designed them myself. My Disney Squad Goals is super fun, I love the ones with the Disney Holiday Treats, and these hand lettered Mickey and Minnie Shirts in my shop.
I planned a trip recently and knew I’d be there during part of the Valentine’s Day season. My friend Alli from Alli’s Ears made me these custom ears in my favorite color. And I knew I wanted to wear them during the Valentine’s season.
Being inspired by the cute patch on the ears, I designed this simple intertwined Mickey and Minnie Heads cut file to make myself a matching shirt. I wanted it to lean toward a Valentines theme, but also something that could be worn when it’s not Valentine’s Day.
How to Make a Mickey and Minnie Heads Shirt
To make a shirt with this Mickey and Minnie heads cut file you will need a few things. I love using my Cricut machines and supplies to make shirts.
You can download this free Mickey and Minnie Heads Cut File by adding your email to the box below. Make sure and click the little box that says you are not a robot! And then check your email to confirm your email, and then the file will be emailed to you. If you don’t see it right away, check your spam folder.
Once you’ve downloaded the Mickey and Minnie heads cut file to your computer, open up Cricut Design space and upload the SVG. Follow this video on how to upload an SVG into Cricut Design space if you’ve never done it before.
Then follow the steps in this post on how to make a custom shirt with Cricut. Make sure you use iron-on vinyl if you want to put the design on a shirt. And then mirror the image and put your vinyl top down onto the cutting mat.
I like to use a Cricut Easy Press to iron on vinyl onto my shirts. But if you don’t have one, a regular iron will work just fine. Remember to keep the plastic cover on while you iron and not touch the iron directly onto the vinyl.
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I think this shirt turned out so cute. I love the simple design. It will definitly be worn for more occasions than just Valentine’s Day.
Let me know if you have any questions and I’d love to help you!
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