Create a DIY Christmas Sweater Shirt for all those holiday parties using the newest Fresh Cut SVG Bundle, Cozy Christmas.
Hey friends! Liz here from Liz on Call. I’m supe excited to share with you one of my favorite projects ever, using the Cozy Christmas bundle. The Cozy Christmas bundle is full of hand lettered goodness, holiday baking, cups of cocoa, christmas sweaters and more. The bundle is so cute and there are so many crafting possibilites.
Here in Phoenix it never gets super cold in the winter. Needless to say, I don’t wear many Christmas Sweaters. They are just too hot for me. Using some of the Christmas Sweater designs for the Cozy Christmas Bundle, I made some DIY Christmas Sweater Shirts for my girls and me.
I uploaded a bunch of the Christmas Sweater designs into Cricut Design space. I had such a hard time deciding on which ones to use in my design. I wanted all of our shirts to be a little different but showcase the cuteness of the designs as well.
I used my Cricut Maker to cut out my iron on vinyl and used the Cricut EasyPress 2 to iron my designs onto my shirts. I thought it’d be fun to mix some green glitter iron on with some white iron on for my Merry Christmas sweater shirt. You don’t have to have a Cricut Maker to use these designs. These SVG files can be used with any compatible cutting machine.
I went with just a single color iron on for my daughter’s Christmas Sweater Shirts. If you head over to Liz on Call, you can see the full tutorial on how I made the DIY Christmas Sweater Shirts. I think they turned out so cute, and I can’t wait to wear them to our holiday parties.
These Christmas Sweater files will be so cute made into gift tags or for holiday cards as well.
Make sure and grab the Cozy Christmas Bundle and start creating all the Christmas things!