Make a DIY Kids New Years Eve Mask T-shirt In 15 Minutes

This amazing New Years Eve Mask T-shirt uses Iron On Glitter Vinyl and was so quick and easy. I’m a big fan of buying cheap plain kids T-shirts from the supermarkets and embellishing them myself and this one only took me about 15 minutes from start to finish … seriously!

I was sent the Cricut Mini to review not long before Christmas. I’ll do a review post soon but wanted to put up some of the projects I’ve been making testing it out on. I am LOVING how easy it is to jazz up the girls clothes!

Super Easy DIY New Years Eve Mask T-Shirt

I knew I wanted to do a mask, so all I had to do was hook up my lap top to the Cricut Mini Machine, browse the online Cricut Craft Room to find the mask and size it to fit the top. I used MaskLyr (#M44958) from the ‘over the hill’ cartridge.

Once the machine had cut the mask shape out it just needed ironing in place.

An amazing transformation in just 15 minutes.

How cool does RaRa look?!

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21 Responses to Make a DIY Kids New Years Eve Mask T-shirt In 15 Minutes

  1. LauraCYMFT says:

    That’s such a cute design. I love how you can make a plain t-shirt so much more with a little creativity!

  2. Laura says:

    She looks really cool and what a lovely quick craft that really transforms a plain tee into something special

    Laura x

  3. That’s great, what a simple way to personalise the t-shirt. Love RaRa’s modelling too!

  4. chloe says:

    great for making sure your kid is unique. Lovely post x

  5. Mammasaurus says:

    Ooo now this looks so cool!

  6. This looks so cool and you make it sound so easy. I didn’t now you could iron on glittery decals so even better. I would love to give it a try.

  7. Love this! So sophisticated!
    Thanks for sharing at #Pintorials

  8. I totally agree, not only does it save you money but you get a one of design. The end result looks fab 🙂

  9. This is gorgeous, I have been soooo tempted to buy that gold glitter vinyl to use in my Cricut mini and now I want it even more! x

  10. lizzy says:

    Interested in the cricut mini. How much power do you have over the design? Eg could you draw or photograph something and then have the machine cut it? Or do you have to use their design?

    • ZingZingTree says:

      CHi Lizzy, You can upload your own images to cut out with the Cricut Explore although it is a bit fiddly (I’m hoping it gets easier as I practice). If you use a Cricut Mni you can only use the Cricut images

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  13. I have been looking at Cricut machines for years but it’s always put me off that I can only use their images, however I see from your comment above that you can use your own images on the cricut explore…. time for some budgeting I think 😀

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  16. Wow, that’s come out really well. It looks so professional.

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  19. It looks so good it could be mistaken as shop bought!

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