St. Patrick’s Day Shirt
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St. Patrick’s Day Shirt

Shamrock heat transfer shirt Kim Woodward1


I’m not Irish, but that doesn’t mean we would let St. Patrick’s Day pass without a special shirt for my son. I wanted to create something fun for him to wear in March, and I came up with this rockin’ design by merging a few existing designs from the Silhouette Design Store.


To start…

  • I opened and ungrouped the “you rock” design so that I could use the guitar and the word “rock.” To do this, I right clicked and selected ungroup until all the shapes were separate.

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  • Then, I deleted the extra shapes to be left with these.

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  • Next, I added the word “sham” using one of my favorite script fonts. If you choose a script font, you will need to weld the letters together for a clean cut. To weld, right click on the word and select weld from the menu.


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  • Finally, I added the shamrocks to the design and then reversed the image before cutting.

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  • I cut the design using dark green flocked heat transfer and ironed onto a white shirt.

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  • Then, I added two shamrock elbow pads for a finishing touch (of the Blarney).

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Kim W

I’m a wife, toddler momma, blogger and notorious dabbler. I believe in letting go of perfection and prefer to enjoy the journey and embrace the mistakes. I love decorating, crafting and gardening – and I also believe that nearly anything is cause for celebration. That means I've created more heat transfer T-shirts and customized banners than I can count.

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9-inch flocked heat transfer


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  1. My guitar loving son would LOVE this shirt! This project is so cute 🙂

  2. This is adorable! I’m making one today to wear in my Zumba class tomorrow.

  3. Oh my, you are so clever! Love this project!


    1. If you save your illustrator file as an .svg you can import them into the Silhouette studio software if you have the Designer Edition. You can find the upgrade here if you need it.

  5. How do you make the shamrock inside the guitar white? I am new!!

    1. The white is just showing through from the white shirt!

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