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DIY Disney Jingle Bell Family Pajamas

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These easy DIY Disney Jingle Bell Family Pajamas made with a Jingle Bell Mickey free cut file for Cricut are so fun and festive. Get the tutorial here.

DIY Disney Jingle Bell Family Pajamas

DIY Disney Jingle Bell Family Pajamas

Last year I made DIY Believe Pajamas for our family and they loved them.  This year with our Disney trip in May cancelled due to COVID, I wanted to bring a little of that magic into our home.  I found these adorable Mickey Mouse Pajama pants at Target and was inspired to pull together a little fun for our family.  I quickly grabbed some comfortable long sleeve shirts  in red and then headed home to open up Cricut Design Space and begin creating. 

 

Free Cricut Cut File Jingle Bell Mickey Head

I decided to design a jingle bell Mickey Mouse head and then add either a bow or a bowtie to give them a little flair.  I thought jingle bells would be the perfect way to show a little holiday and a little Disney at the same time.  If you would like this cut file, please click here

Cricut Explore Air 2

What you will Need

Disney Family Jammies Tutorial

Once the file was ready, I grabbed both my white heat transfer vinyl and my green HTV and set them to cut.  There is really no need to mirror this design as it is symmetrical.  I started up my Cricut Explore Air 2 and let it get to work.  Once the HTV was cut, I weeded it quickly and then started up my Cricut Easy Press to begin putting the shirts together. 

Jingle Bell Mickey Cut file free

I didn’t have a ton of white HTV, but I made this work on a 12×12 sheet.  The Mickey heads came out at a decent size, but you could always go larger if you would like.  I kept ours all the same size because I wanted uniformity and a giant Mickey on one shirt and small on the other, seemed silly to me. 

Jingle Bell Minnie Head

I first pressed the Mickey jingle bell heads onto each shirt.  I have found that allowing the HTV to cool before peeling helps the adherence.  After the jingle bells were done, I placed bows on my shirt and our daughters shirt and then bowties on my husband and sons shirts. 

Jingle Bell Mickey Head

In total I spent about 30 minutes working on these shirts.  Well worth it and the family will wear them all year, which is worth the time investment.  I am actually thinking of making some for our postponed Disney trip as well. They are just so cute and I bet with a little glitter HTV they would really pop!

DIY Disney Jingle Bell Family Pajamas

What do you think about these DIY Disney Jingle Bell Family Pajamas?

 

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Sarah Mock

Monday 7th of December 2020

psstt.... I am not able to access the cut file. Cricut tells me it is not available. Help!

Laura

Monday 7th of December 2020

Can you try again? I reset the share settings/

Thanks!

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