Make a DIY 4th of July shirt or cup with a FREE Let’s Get Lit SVG File for Cricut machines! “Let’s Get Lit” isn’t just for Christmas and Hanukkah – it’s perfect for fireworks celebrations! Download the FREE cut file, and get crafting!
The 4th of July is usually full of fun, family, and fireworks around here. And although this year might be little bit different than other years, I’m still celebrating by making a fun shirt or cup (or both!)
Although I want to put my Patriotic Pineapple SVG on EVERYTHING, I decided to make this Let’s Get Lit SVG to make myself a cup or can koozie!
Favorite Supplies for Using 4th of July SVG Files
- Cutting Machine (Buy a Cricut on Amazon | Cricut | Michaels)
- Adhesive Vinyl from Cricut | Expressions Vinyl | Michaels | Heat Transfer Warehouse
- Transfer Tape from Amazon | Cricut | Expressions Vinyl | Michaels | Heat Transfer Warehouse
- Iron On Vinyl (HTV) from Cricut | Expressions Vinyl | Michaels | Heat Transfer Warehouse
- Cricut EasyPress from Cricut | Michaels or Heat Press from Heat Transfer Warehouse
- Infusible Ink Sheets for Sublimation Projects at Cricut | Michaels
- Cricut Mug Press (if you’re using Infusible Ink, it’s a must own!)
- Printable Vinyl is what I recommend for Stickers from Michaels | Expressions Vinyl
- 12×12″ Craft Printer for Print the Cut Projects
- SVG (Get the Library Password)
Whether you want to make a cup or shirt, the process is similar – cut the file and apply according to the material you’re using.
How to Make a DIY Let’s Get Lit Shirt with Iron On Vinyl
If you’re new to using SVG files with your Cricut machine, make sure you read my full post on How to Upload an SVG to Cricut Design Space.
Upload the Free SVG file to your cutting software and size it to fit your shirt. Make sure to MIRROR the design before cutting, and then cut when ready. The shiny side of the HTV goes DOWN on your mat. Weed away the extra vinyl. For best results, use an EasyPress or Heat Press to press the vinyl design onto the shirt.
If you’re using the Cricut EasyPress, for recommendations based on your materials, you can check out the Cricut EasyPress Recommended Settings.
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Download Let’s Get Lit Free SVG
You will NOT receive an email with the download file. SVG files can be used with Cricut Design Space and upgraded versions of Silhouette Studio.