Make your own 100th Day of School shirt for teachers or students using your Cricut or Silhouette machine and iron on vinyl. Download the FREE 100th day of School SVG file at the end of the post.
I am VERY excited that the 100th day of school is almost here! I dislike the chaos and nonstop schedules that the school year brings. I know come August I’ll be begging to send my kids back to school, but for now I just want everyone home! My oldest asked me to make her a 100th day of school shirt, so I happily obliged.
Excited to start the countdown to summer vacation? Check out the FREE 100 Days “80 Days Until Summer Vacation” SVG File!
Since I’m hoping that some of you are as excited as I am that we are headed towards summer, I made a Free 100th Day of School SVG so you can use it too! You can also use this Free SVG File to create 100th Day of School mugs and more 100th Day of School ideas! It’s even great for teachers!
Make a DIY 100th Day of School Shirt for Teachers & Students
I’m not sure when the “100th day of school” became such a big thing, but it definitely makes it seem like summer is getting closer! My kids love having custom t shirts to wear to school, and I definitely think that this one would be appropriate for a teacher, too! I know more than a few teachers that are counting down the days until summer break!
What supplies do you need to make this DIY 100th Day of School Shirt?
- Cutting Machine (Buy a Cricut on Amazon or on the Cricut Online Shop | Silhouette on Amazon)
- Iron On Vinyl on Cricut | HTV from Expressions Vinyl
- Cricut EasyPress 2 or Regular Iron
- Yay! It’s the 100th Day! SVG (Download in the GRAY BOX at the end of the post)
- Blank Shirt (here’s the Blank Shirt I used on Amazon)
How to Make a 100th Day of School Shirt
Since I use a Cricut for making all of my DIY Shirts, I’m going to show you how it will look in Cricut Design Space.
First, upload the 100th Day of School FREE SVG into Design Space.
Need more information on uploading an SVG into Cricut Design Space? Check out this post that talks a lot about uploading your own design!
If you would like to cut the design out of one color, you’ll need to “Select All” and then “Attach” the design to the canvas. If you’d like to use different colors, you’ll notice that the design is split into 3 parts.
Size the design to fit your shirt. When you’re ready to cut, click “Make It.”
When using Iron-On, you’ll need to make sure that you “Mirror” the image, so that your cut design will iron on to the shirt in the right direction. You do that by clicking the “Mirror” slider on the left side of the screen to the green position:
Place your Iron On Vinyl onto the mat SHINY SIDE DOWN and proceed to cut the design. When it is finished cutting, weed away the extra vinyl from the design. Flip the design sticky side down onto your shirt, and iron with a regular iron or with your Cricut EasyPress.
For Cricut EasyPress temperatures, visit the EasyPress Recommended Settings page.
You’re done! Enjoy your 100th Day of School Shirt!
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Download the Free 100th Day of School SVG File
You will NOT be sent an email with the file. Free SVG files available for download are for PERSONAL USE ONLY. Upgraded versions of Silhouette Studio can import SVG files.
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