Artemis Fowl Inspired Kids T-Shirt DIY

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Artemis Fowl Kids t-shirt DIY

Have you watched the new Disney Artemis Fowl movie? It is available at Disney+ right now! The kids and I were able to enjoy a family movie night on Friday to watch it. There have been mixed reviews but my kids really enjoyed it. I think this will definitely make my son read the books! This Artemis Fowl inspired kids t-shirt DIY is perfect for kids of all ages.

About Artemis Fowl

Disney’s “Artemis Fowl,” based on the beloved book by Eoin Colfer, is a fantastical, spellbinding adventure that follows the journey of 12-year-old genius Artemis Fowl, a descendant of a long line of criminal masterminds, as he desperately tries to save his father who has been kidnapped. In order to pay his ransom, Artemis must infiltrate an ancient, underground civilization—the amazingly advanced world of fairies—and bring the kidnapper the Aculos, the fairies’ most powerful and coveted magical device. To locate the elusive object, cunning Artemis concocts a dangerous plan—so dangerous that he ultimately finds himself in a perilous war of wits with the all-powerful fairies.

Artemis Fowl Inspired Kids T-Shirt DIY


Cricut Joy


Open the project on Cricut Design Space (I have it all set-up for you!). You can either customize it if you need to re-size it or add something else. You can just “Make it” if you want to keep it as I have it. The design measures about 7.4″ across which worked perfectly for my son’s size medium t-shirt.

Artemis Fowl Cricut Design Space

Since we are working with iron-on vinyl – you must mirror the image! You will have the option to click “mirror on” when you are on the cutting screen.

If you are using Cricut Joy you will need to select multiple ways to cut unless you are using the Cricut Smart Iron-on material. You can just select “without mat” if you are using the Smart Iron-on material. If you are using a different machine you can load your material to your Cricut cutting mat. Be sure to mirror and select the type of material you are using. I use holographic for the lens so I selected holographic which cut beautifully on the Cricut Joy.

Cricut Joy Smart Iron-On

Next, I loaded the Cricut Smart Iron-On vinyl without a cutting mat. I seriously love that about the Cricut Joy! It cuts the vinyl like butter! Weeding is a breeze, too.

Cricut Smart Iron On

Use your weeding tools to remove all the excess material. Begin to heat up the Easypress to 330 degrees.

Artemis Fowl t-shirt DIY

The holographic material should be pressed at 330 degrees for 30 seconds with a cold peel. Peel the clear backing and layer the black vinyl on top. The black Cricut Smart Iron-on should be heated at 315 degrees for 30 seconds. Carefully remove the backing once it has cooled.

Cricut EasyPress 2

Your shirt is complete! An adorable and super easy Artemis Fowl t-shirt for your kids.

Artemis Fowl Kids tee

The holographic material is my favorite part! I didn’t have a silverish holographic iron-on vinyl so I picked the darker colors and I really love the different shades that reflect when the sunlight hits. It was a hit with my 11-year-old son! My daughter wants a fairy shirt so that is next on my list!

More Artemis Fowl Crafts, Recipes, and More!

If you want more Artemis Fowl content, you are in luck! I joined about 15 different bloggers who are sharing more Artemis Fowl goodness! Recipes, crafts, and so much more! Be sure to visit their website below:

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  1. Ale
    August 10, 2020 / 12:10 pm

    Hi, the link to the design in Cricut Space is not working. Do you have it somewhere else?

    • August 10, 2020 / 3:03 pm

      Hello Ale, are you logged into your Cricut Design Space account? I just clicked the link and it populated once I logged in. Unfortunately, I don’t have the file anywhere else as Cricut does not let you save designs to your computer. Please let me know if you still have any issues.

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