I wish I had pictures of the kids in these, but they are a surprise for when they get to Disneyland (which as of publishing time they will have been at least twice this week!). I will be sure to post pics of them in these DIY Disney shirts on Instagram. I LOVE how they turned out. I may even have to make one for myself…and I made them for about $5 a piece
EDIT: I do have pictures of my kids in these now! Here they are after our first day in the parks before heading into Goofy’s Kitchen for dinner (such a fun experience by the way!). And yes, my youngest has issues looking normal for photos.
DIY Disney Shirts
I bought all the shirts from Target, the 3 blue are for my boys and the blue striped is for my girl. Then I used a piece of the silver metallic heat transfer vinyl from Expressions Vinyl (great prices!). I went into Silhouette design studio and made a simple Mickey head using circles and erasing the lines where they met. I used the Waltograph font to type out 2014 and then flipped them horizontally.
Here is the Studio File if you want to see if you can download it, or it was really easy to create your own.
Then I just cut it out shiny side down and ironed them on the shirts. Easy Peasy.
I love all of them, but I really love my daughters…if you know me at all, you know my closet is full of blue and white stripes! Anything nautical, and I’m all over it!
Aren’t those cute enough to buy? I would totally buy these at Disneyland and probably pay $40 a pop, but instead I paid $5, made them myself and now have more money to buy more important things. You know like Mickey shaped ice cream, churros, Dole Whips, and cookies!
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