Make Your Own Hanukkah Shirts In Cricut Design Space
With Hanukkah just a few weeks away, now is the perfect time to make your own Hanukkah shirts using the designs I created for Cricut Design Space!
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I have a lot of friends that celebrate Hanukkah, and I hear about how hard it is to find fun and trendy shirts for the holiday. Since I was already working on a Hanukkah Celebration for Cricut, I reached out to see if I could design some Hanukkah shirts for Design Space. I love these shirts, and I have already been asked to make a few for my friends that don’t have a Cricut or EasyPress machine. These are prefect to wear leading up to the Hanukkah celebration, or on any one of the eight nights of Hanukkah.
With four different designs, there is sure to be one for everyone in the family!
This shirt is simple, and perfect for older children or even adults.
I love this shirt, it’s so fun for anyone in the family!
I mean, sign me up for this! Right? Latkes and a cheering squad? Yes, please!
Undeniably my favorite shirt of the group, this one is a playful take on the song from the eighties and the dreidel game! I designed the background text to mimic a record, with a layered dreidel on top.
To make any of these shirts, you will need:
To make all of these shirts, follow in the instructions for each project in Cricut Design Space.
You can find more Hanukkah inspiration here:
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