DIY Disney Iron On Shirts: Part 2

It’s almost time for our vacation!   IMG_6638

It is so hard to believe that we leave for Disney World in 9 days! When we first booked our trip, it seemed like a lifetime away. Even though I help wonderful people, such as yourself, put together their dream vacations, it never gets less exciting. I really don’t say this enough, but I love my job!

The hurricane got us a little off track, but we’re getting back to normal. So, the first step to that is finish making our park shirts.

Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom

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It seems we have a recurring theme for this trip. Remember the Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom Album I made for my sons? We’ve been wracking our brains trying to figure out what shirt we should do for my oldest. Do we do a classic Disney character? Or how about a favorite ride, like his brother’s shirt? Finally, we realized that the perfect shirt for him was none other than the Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom logo. How did we not think if it earlier?

Since I already had the logo in my Cricut Design Space, all I had to do was enlarge the image, cut it out with my cricut, weed out the unnecessary vinyl, and iron the image onto a plain white t-shirt. Easy peasy…

My son can’t wait to wear his new shirt in the Magic Kingdom.

I’m So Fly…

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I can’t take credit for this design. Whenever we turned to Pinterest for shirt ideas, this one would pop up at least a couple times. But, still, every time we saw it, it gave us a chuckle, so I decided to make one of my own.

I turned to my Swagbucks search engine (every once in awhile I will win SB just for searching) and looked for a Peter Pan image I liked the best. Once I found the image I liked best, all I needed to do was upload the image and add the phrase. If you don’t have the Waltograph font yet, you can download it from


And there you have it…our park shirts. I’m pretty happy with them, especially since these are the first shirts I’ve ever made, using my Cricut machine. But, I’m not done yet. I still need to make our Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party shirts. We have a few ideas in the works, so I can’t wait to share them with you once they’re finished.

Check out other items we’ve made for our trip



6 Replies to “DIY Disney Iron On Shirts: Part 2”

    • Thanks! I actually bought the Expedition Everest shirt at Target. It’s the Cat and Jack brand. I earned enough Perk points from buying Disney gift cards, so I was able to get that one for free. As for the other shirts, I went to hobby lobby. They had them for 20 or 30% off, so I really didn’t pay much for them.

    • Thank you! I am so glad you like them. My son loves showing off his Expedition Everest shirt. He even wears it to school.

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