We love coming up with cute and easy St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids and adults! It’s been a few years since we created an iron-on design for the holiday (remember our love clover shirt?) So we decided it would be fun to design a lucky charm iron-on for a kid’s tee or onesie.
Ready to get started? We recommend using a cutting machine with our SVG file below. But if you want to cut by hand, then we suggest using printable iron-on transfer paper to transfer the design over to a white tee.
Who’s your lucky charm?
There’s nothing sweeter than seeing your little one in an adorable outfit. With our lucky charm iron-on, you can easily make them their own St. Patrick’s Day outfit in no time at all. Depending on the age of your kid, you could also surprise them with a cute St. Paddy’s Day treat bag.
For this project, we used kid’s clothing from PACT. Their stuff is so soft and I love that it’s 100% organic. This is also the first time we used our new StarCraft Heat Press. It was very easy to figure out, and it handled the material and iron-on design perfectly! If you do a lot of iron-on projects, this is a great investment to make since you can customize the heat and pressure, plus it’s quick and easy. That being said, you can also just use your iron, Cricut EasyPress, or whatever works for you!
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- Siser Easyweed HTV – Olive, Vegas Gold, and White
- PACT Organic Cotton – Bodysuit in Olive and T-Shirts in Heather Gray & Olive
If you have any questions while making this project, just let us know in the comments below. For more ideas like this one, check out our SVG cut files for kids’ crafts. Or browse our St. Patrick’s Day projects.