October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. To be a supporter of all of those battling, we made these Breast Cancer Awareness Shirts using Cricut Design Space.
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Breast Cancer Awareness Shirts
Breast cancer affects 1 in 8 women, and with October being Breast Cancer Awareness month we wanted to show our support of all those who are currently battling or have battled breast cancer. We partnered with Cricut to share some of their Breast Cancer Awareness designs that they have available in Design Space. The two shirt designs I decided to use fit our family perfectly. The first one I picked was for my 4 year old daughter, who is obsessed with pink.
In October We Wear Pink
This cute design found here is adorable, and a fun play off of the Mean Girls movie. I used my Maker machine, along with the EasyPress 2 to make this girls’ size shirt. I also used Cricut Everyday Iron-on with StrongBond in white, black and Raspberry. It came together perfectly!
Tackle Breast Cancer
I knew this shirt would work great for me because I have three boys playing football right now. I love that our teams wear pink socks and sleeves in the month of October to show their support. Going to three football games a week, I knew this would be a small way that I could show my support for those battling cancer. For my shirt, you can find the design here. I used Cricut Everyday Iron-on with StrongBond in black, blush and brown.
Making these shirts is super easy because the Maker does all the hard work. After you have cut out your designs, have your EasyPress 2 heated to the temperature that is optimal for your material. Use the interactive guide here for best results. Follow the directions for the amount of time needed to heat your material and there you have it! Your own Breast Cancer Awareness shirts.
So what are your favorite designs? How do you show your support for Breast Cancer Awareness? Share with us in comments!
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