My nephew is little but he still likes nerdy/smart humor. He may be in elementary school but they’ve got him so advanced in math that he knows more about things that I do. For real. Kid is a math whiz. So when his Momma (my sister) got a pumpkin pi shirt he wanted one for himself, too. But they don’t make them in a child’s medium because what kid would get it?
Well, this one gets it and he thinks it is hilarious. So when I was at my sister’s house she pulled the tee shirt out and asked if I could make one for him like hers. And you know I was all “of course!”
It seriously took me a grand total of about 30 minutes to make 3 of these shirts… one for each of the boys and another for Rob so he could play model for me. And since I had the heat transfer vinyl in my stash (because I buy it in bulk when it goes on super discount!) and the shirts were on sale I made three for $6.51 and that’s not bad at all!
There is no how to here, just the free pumpkin pi Silhouette cut file but I totally went into all of the steps for this Cheap Girl’s Hello Sweatshirt tutorial if you need some help. You will also need:
- Free pumpkin pi Silhouette cut file OR printer & X-acto knife
- Heat transfer vinyl (HTV)
And if you don’t have a fancy cutting machine, no worries. Click the pick above to open up the image larger. Right click and save as the image. Print and use as you see fit. This pattern is so simple that hand cutting with an X-acto knife will be super easy.
It’s kind of awesome that I can make a little guy so happy with something as simple as 10 minutes of time and just $2.17. It’s just another reminder why I love living a crafty life!
If you make your own, I’d LOVE to see it!
Written by Allison Murray - Visit Website