Looking for a cool DIY tee for Star Wars Day? Check out two free SVG and other cut files – May the Fourth be With You!
I’m going to be honest with you that I’m not a huge Star Wars fan. I’ve seen a lot of them but I really don’t remember a whole lot about them. Except for Jabba the Hut. That guy really sticks with you. But I have plenty of fans in my life.
About six or so years ago I got a request to make a Star Wars Day tee shirt with the saying “May the Fourth be With You” because, you know, Star Wars is on May 4th and it sounds a lot like a saying even I, not a huge fan, can recognize.
I didn’t have a ton of say in the design as it was a request but I was happy with the finished product and shared it here on the blog. Unfortunately, the post went missing, as posts sometimes do.
And when I got an email that the post was missing, I decided not only to recreate it, but to go ahead and make an updated design to accompany it. And, to be honest, I really like it so much that I made myself a star-studded May the Fourth be With You Tee!
Want to Make Your Own Star Wars Day Tee?
Supplies and Tools you will you need:
- Black Shirt (Check out our favorite blanks!)
- Cricut Maker (Amazon ⋆ Cricut) or Cricut Air Explore (Amazon⋆ Cricut)
- Cricut EasyPress 2 (Amazon ⋆ Cricut)
- Yellow Heat Transfer Vinyl (Amazon ⋆Cricut ⋆ Expressions Vinyl)
- White Fabric Paint (optional)
- Stiff Paintbrush
I decided to add stars to my tee and the cheapest, quickest and easiest way is with fabric paint. Yes, you can cut dots out of HTV and if you have some scrap white or glow in the dark I’d say go for it. Because my HTV stash is getting a bit thin, I added little white stars to the front of the tee in less than five minutes from start to finish.
Download Your Free May the Fourth be With You Cut Files
Two Designs in One Zip File!
This year’s newest Star Wars Day tee is a cool text only design and is located in the folder “2021”. I created the first May the Fourth be With You design featuring an X-Wing ship and can be found file in the folder “2016”.
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