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Cute Disney shirt cut files!

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We finally did it guys! We made it to Disneyland! I have been wanting to go for years but something always came up! We actually didn’t even buy tickets until about 3 days before we left because I was worried that husband’s work schedule would get switched up! (P.S…found the best deals for tickets on Get Away Today! We bundled and saved a bunch!)

Anyways…since I’m a crafter…I had to make some custom Disney T-shirts! It’s just what I do! I will have a couple of posts because I created quite a few #cantstopwontstop #disneyforlife

Today’s post are the simple basic designs..no explaining! The next few posts will have fun Disney shirts…but a few that needs a tutorial! Head here to see them!

If you are looking to sale products made with this cut file please purchase a commercial license HERE! (This will let you use ANY of the free cut files I offer on my blog! If you are having a crafting day and want to use this to whip up a cute sign or tote bag…then totally free! Every cut file is hand lettered by me on my ipad pro with an ipad pencil.

I used Expressions Vinyl and my silhouette cameo to create all of these!

First up…I wanted a shirt that was subtle Disney so I could wear it everyday! (I drew the oh mickey on my ipad!) And this is rose Gold from Expressions vinyl and it’s GORGEOUS!


Second shirt: My son! We love Indiana and he actually came up with this himself! I love it–BUT WARNING!  This song will get stuck in your head!!!

I actually layered the black on the silver and put the silver a little off centered to give it the depth! 


The next one is a fun striped mickey! Two cut files…one of Mickey’s head and one with whole Mickey!

Last but not least…The shirts I designed for my husband. I didn’t even end up making them because A. I ran out of time and B. He’s a party pooper and would have worn them…once. And I didn’t want to make a shirt for ONE time wear! But the kids came up with these and they made me laugh! 

You can grab all the svg cut files for all these designs below! they work with the Cricut and Silhouette! 


If you need a fresher course with heat transfer vinyl you can check out this post!



Check out all my free cut files


and if you make anything–I would LOVE LOVE LOVE To see it!

About Kimbo

Kimbo blogs at A girl and a glue gun--where she puts her hot glue gun to good use (as well as her vinyl cutter and sewing machine) She loves all crafts and is thrifty (the nice way to say she's cheap) So she is constantly trying to come up with fast and easy projects that won't break the bank! She lives in Idaho with her hot husband and 3 kiddos.