Monday, July 8, 2019

Anything But a Card Challenge at Bitten By the Bug 2

Good morning, it's time for another challenge at Bitten By the Bug 2 Anything But A Card.  I didn't have a problem with this challenge at all...I have been putting off some t-shirt projects, so the timing was great.  I created the first tee for a young family member.  If you follow my blog you would know I created the onesie for his new brother a couple of weeks ago.  I had to make a trip to Joann's for some new tees.  The better are stores are a bit further from my home (more selection).  It has taken me a couple of weeks to make the trip, but I waited until the perfect time!  Blank tees and vinyl were doorbusters this past weekend.

Here are both projects for the boys.  I used the FREE Cricut Basic Shape image for the word Brother and the Creative Memories Be Young font.  Now to get them in the mail!

Mark Richards Iron On Black and White Vinyl
Creative Memories Be Young-Be Free Font (little)
Cricut Font and Basic Shapes (brother)
Gray Onesie

My second project was a tee for my husband. Frankly, I chose this image to challenge my weeding skills.  It wasn't too bad and it turned out great.  I used the new Cricut gray sport flex vinyl I bought at Joann's although it appears white in the photo.

A closer look at my weeding.

Cricut Sport Flex Vinyl
Black Tee shirt

I hope I have inspired you to use your Cricut for something beside paper for this challenge. Don't forget to play along with us at Bitten By the Bug 2 for the next two weeks.

Thanks for stopping by 



  1. That is great Alicia, I have made some onesies, but nothing this big yet. Aren't they fun to make. Have a blessed day
    DIANA L.


  2. I bet everyone enjoyed the shirts. I really like the font on the tees. Fabulous projects, all of them!

  3. So fun! The Cricut is such a great tool for all projects!

  4. Wow. I don’t know if I could pull that off or not. Remarkable Motörhead shirt. You have lots of patience