There’s something so magical about Disney and Disneyland, it is called the Magic Kingdom after all! I love Disneyland, the few times I’ve been lucky enough to go as a kid and with my own children it’s been amazing and we’ve created so many great memories. Each time we go I love to create fun shirts, this newest DIY Disney Mary Poppins Shirt is my favorite to date. Today I’ve teamed up with Expressions Vinyl and some amazing bloggers to bring you 26 Disney Crafts Using Expressions Vinyl and a Southern California Vacation Giveaway. Also, be sure and enter to Win $100 to Expressions Vinyl HERE after you enter the vacation giveaway at the end of this post!
After you see how easy it was to make this fun shirt be sure to check out all the other awesome ideas by clicking on the links at the bottom of this post.
Vinyl Cutting Machine like the Cricut Explore Air
One of my favorite Disney movies is Mary Poppins, I love singing along and there’s something about Julie Andrews that makes it the best! That’s where the inspiration for this shirt came from. Being a plus size girl it’s harder for me to find cute Disney inspired shirts to wear to Disneyland that aren’t super cheesy, I’m all about vintage inspired Disney or a nod at Disney. If you’re a plus size girl looking for decent boyfriend tees head to Target and look for the Ava & Viv tees.
I started by designing my graphics in Photoshop. Once I was finished I uploaded the design to my Design Space software and turned it into a cuttable file. Size the image to fit your t-shirt, then I mirrored the image before cutting.
When cutting heat transfer vinyl be sure you always mirror the image! Also, make sure you’ve placed the shiny plastic side facing down on your cutting mat before cutting.
Once the image is cut you can then weed the vinyl, getting rid of all the vinyl you don’t need.
Place the heat transfer vinyl image on your t-shirt, using a ruler to be sure it’s even and centered.
Following the instructions listed on the Expressions Vinyl site heat your iron to the hottest no-steam setting. Iron on your image / design holding the iron in place firmly for several seconds at a time before moving to the next section. It’s totally okay to iron over the shiny plastic liner. Once you’ve ironed the whole thing and you’re sure the vinyl has adhered you can wait a few seconds for it to cool, then remove the plastic carefully.
That’s it, super easy and so many possibilities for fun shirts! I love the messy brush script and that I can wear it everyday, not just at Disneyland.
Just to give you all a giggle I included this blooper shot of me trying to model this shirt! Enjoy!
It’s time to check out all the other great ideas from my friends, and enter to win a Southern California Vacation from my friends at Get Away Today! Get Away Today is my one-stop vacation planning site for all things Disneyland, they also have so many other great vacation packages as well as great deals on ticket pricing for a ton of attractions. If you are looking to book a vacation soon or buy tickets use code SPARROW to receive $10 off your package.
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kiki comin says
I love this so much! Cutest Disney shirt ever. <3
Thanks friend! xoxoxo
What is the font on the Mary Poppins shirt?
Hi Kristen, the font is a purchased font from Creative Market called Black Diamond. 🙂
You are so cute! I love this shirt and need one!
Thank you friend! xoxoxo
Adorable!! I need to craft with you!
I entered too. 😀
Thanks friend! Anytime, serioulsy! 🙂
corso di consulenza di immagine a Torino says
The oufit is simply Oustanding.
I love that style.
I can assure it is a very perfect look. I’m and italian Consulente d’immagine a Varese e Roma.
I love your blog so much.
Thanks for sharing
Thank you so much.
Is there any way you can share the svg file for this? I love this shirt!!
Hi Niki, At this time it’s not available. Thank you so much for asking.