How to make back neck labels for your t-shirts using the cricut explore air 2 / DIY NECK LABLES



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In this video I show you how easy it is to make your own labels for your t-shirts to make your stand out and look more professional. Using cricut explorer, vinyl, and needed.

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29 comments

  1. You can do this whole process on cricut design space! Make sure to Subscribe!

  2. How do you remove the original tags from the tee shirts .

  3. WHAT ABOUT WASH SETTINGS

  4. Thank you I hate cloth labels. They itch even if they are a satin label. And when I make my stuff I don't want someone to feel like a bugs crawling on them. ?

  5. What about the wool and textile act of 1939??? Don’t you hav to include how to wash, what your shirt is made out of, Rn number etc. ??
    I’m starting out and I’m so confused.

  6. If you can't afford a heat press in the beginning would the exact same process work with an iron as a substitute?

  7. How do you take off the original tag that’s already on the shirts????

  8. Awesome video! Wondering what type of vinyl you use, your weeding was mint.
    Let me know!!

  9. Temperature you was using ? And how many seconds again the first and second time ?

  10. Hey man! I’m trying to do neck labels with the Cricut, but every time I’m peeling off the vinyl it peels off some of the lettering as well, any tips on how to fix that problem? I even tried peeling super slow and still there’s letter that get peeled off.

  11. Thumbs up ? right away lol

  12. Where can you find shirts with outblables

  13. will you need to recut this for every small shirt or is there a way to reuse the same piece on multiple shirts?

  14. This helped me so much. Thank you!! ?

  15. Bro thank you for YouTubing your journey you been a big help with my start up just subscribed keep these dope vids coming! If you’re ever in San Diego lets connect

  16. Please where did you get your shirts?

  17. I have tried this, but struggled to find a font that at a small size was easy to weed and did not tear the letters in the process. I used siser easyweed HTV, has anyone else had this issue?

  18. What brand of tshirts do you purchase

  19. where did you purchase the shirts

  20. What kind of vinyl are you using ? Is it from Cricut or sisser

  21. Wow! Where did you get the shirts without the tag? Or did u cut that off?? You have a new subscriber

  22. Thank you for this from @planethoopshawaii

  23. Excellent thank you for sharing your skills

  24. Can You Upload a Design of The Label You Already Have?

  25. Thank you! I seen it in my head but i needed to make sure i was gonna execute it correctly lol

  26. HEY CAN THIS BE DONE WITH INKJET PRINTER AND REGULAR HEAT TRANSFER PAPER. i HAVE EPSON WF7720 AND A CAMEO 4 PLUS CUTTER. I HAVE YET TO USE EITHER IM JUST TRYING TO GET STARTED AND LEARN AND MAKE SURE I HAVE WHAT I NEED TO START MAKINT SHIRTS AND HOODIES. OR WHAT KIND OF VINYL CAN I USE WITH MY PRINTER TO DO HEAT TRANSFER LABLES. ? i DID NOT CONVERT IT TO SUBLIMATION YET. I WILL EVENTUALY BUY ANOTHER ONE JUST FOR SUB BUT NIW IM JUST GOIN DO REGULAR INKJET AND HEAT TRASFER.