Here you go – the much-anticipated Last Day of School Autograph Tee!! We are big fans of autograph shirts and have made them the past several years. Yes, it’s a FREE cut file, so you can make your shirts!
Last Day of School Autograph Tee
You can see from above that we’ve used lots of different ideas in the past – – plain gray tees, plain color pink tees, striped tees – this year we got fun and tie dyed some tees!! The kids did it themselves, so that makes the shirts extra awesome for them.
For those that want to pin this idea to share with friends – here ya go, pick a favorite 😉
Let’s dive right in!!
Last Day of School Autograph Tee Tutorial
–heat transfer vinyl (I buy mine from Expressions Vinyl, affiliate link – I really LOVE them, the vinyl is great quality, and the shipping is lightning fast!)
–FREE cut file (below) for your Silhouette machine (click here and use code 10OFF for 10% off!)
—sharpie marker (for all the fun autographs)
I have made these the past several years after seeing them over at Eighteen25 – such a fun idea! And I cut them with my Silhouette Cameo. You can head over to their post to see how to make the shape, what fonts, etc. But if you’re lazy and just want the file to use, I’ve got that for you – it comes in grades pre-K through 6, but you can easily alter it for older grades if you need to do that.
FREE Last Day Autograph Tee CUT FILE, 2017-2018
UPDATED for 2017-2018 school year, to get the FREE Silhouette Cut File, enter your email address below:
Heat Transfer Vinyl for T-shirts
If you have never used heat transfer vinyl before, no worries, I have a quick video tutorial that you can check out! Heat Transfer Vinyl Tutorial
And if you’re really nice, you’ll make a bunch for all the kiddos you know 😉
Autograph Signatures on a Tee
They’re sure to enjoy their Last Day of School Autograph Tee – my kiddos wear them ALL the time!
And while you’re in the mode of end of the year awesomeness, check out these other Last Day of School Ideas, you’ll love these. And I don’t think I blogged about it, but last year we (the parents) bombarded the kids at the bus stop with water guns and water balloons – it was the best year yet!