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Add the luck of the Irish to your bachelorette party with these fun St. Patrick’s Day themed bachelorette party shirts! I have included two different bachelorette party shirt SVG files each with a St. Paddy’s twist. One for the bride and one for her bridesmaids! Making your own bachelorette party shirts could not be easier thanks to the Cricut Maker and Iron-on. You can literally have these shirts made in minutes – before you finish your first pint! So what are you waiting for, turn on some Enya and get crafting!
What You Need To Create Bachelorette Party Shirts:
Bachelorette Party Shirt Files:
First open up our bachelorette party shirt files into Design Space. The files are sized for a medium size shirt but feel free to adjust as needed. I used Cricut Sans font for both of these Cricut St. Patrick’s Day T-shirts. I find this to be one of the easiest fonts to work with. The “bride” font comes from the Natalie Man watercolor floral wedding suite cartridge which can also be found on Design Space. Once the file is sized to your liking press the green “make it” button. Click the button that says “mirror” on the left side. Your screen should look just like the image below.Place green iron-on shiny-side down on your mat and load into your Cricut machine. Press the flashing Cricut button and let your machine do it’s thing! If you have a Cricut Maker this design will be ready in a matter of seconds. It’s absolutely amazing how the Maker makes precise cuts super fast!Once your t-shirt design has printed remove the iron-on from your mat. Use the weeding tool to remove the negative space. Now, I have an easy tip to make sure your iron-on is applied in the exact center of your shirt. Fold your t-shirt in half and run the EasyPress down the length of your shirt. When you unfold it there will be a crease right in the center that you can use as a guide.I applied my iron-on to a cotton tshirt so I set my EasyPress to 315 degrees. I preheated my shirt for 5 seconds and then applied the iron-on for 30 seconds with gentle pressure. Click Here for a handy guide on Cricut EasyPress settings. Flip your tshirt and press for 15 more seconds. Peel off the lining while your material is still warm to reveal your finished bachelorette party shirt! I used a white shirt for the brides design (because, duh!) and a green for the bridesmaids shirts. For the bridesmaids I used white iron-on and gold foil-iron on for the four-leaf clover. Make sure to tag us with #coastalbridediy if you make these shirts. And enjoy your St. Patrick’s Day!
Photography + Styling: Gillian Ellis | White Tshirt | Green Tshirt | Cricut Maker | EasyPress | EasyPress Mat | White Iron-On | Apple Green Iron-On | Gold Foil Iron-On | Cricut Tool Set | Cricut Mat *This post contains affiliate links.