Disney Valentine's Shirt DIY

3 Materials
30 Minutes

There are two ways you can go about doing this DIY Disney Shirt for Valentine's Day. I (of course) chose the more complicated way. But have no fear! It’s really not complicated at all. You can either choose to make a stencil and paint the graphic on the shirt, or you can choose to iron on the graphic. Whichever you choose, follow these instructions below (and see below to download the SVG file for Cricut).


Download File: ValentinesDayDisney

For Paint :  Cricut Stencil Material //  T-shirt //  Fabric Paint //  Paint Brush // Cardboard (Any piece to go inside the shirt will do).

For Iron On :  Cricut Iron On Material //  T-Shirt


  1. Upload the SVG File to Cricut.
  2. Set your  Cricut Stencil Material and begin to cut your Stencil.
  3. Place cardboard within shirt.
  4. Peal Stencil and place in desired area on shirt. (You should place two pieces of stencil on the shirt. The main graphic, and the outside perimeter. Make sure stencil is firmly on the shirt).
  5. Begin to dab on the fabric paint your stencil. Follow up with a second coat to make sure area is firmly covered.
  6. Remove stencil carefully as not to misplace any paint. (You shouldn’t wait too long to remove the stencil as it might pull up dry paint from the shirt).
  7. Follow instructions on the paint for permanent hold on shirt.


  1. Upload the SVG File to Cricut.
  2. Set  Cricut Iron On material and begin to cut.
  3. Begin to heat up iron and prepare your t-shirt.
  4. Place your completed iron on in desired area of shirt and follow Cricut instructions for iron on.

Now you have a super adorable, perfect for Valentine’s Day (or just wearing for the love of Disney) t-shirt! I’d love if Disney released more shirts like this but for now, I’ll just be making my own.


Suggested materials:
  • Cricut Stencil   (https://shopstyle.it/l/brs49)
  • White T-Shirt   (https://shopstyle.it/l/brs6t)
  • Cricut Iron On   (https://shopstyle.it/l/brs5v)

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