Make your own Funny Socks with Cricut! Tell those kids to stop FLOSSING (the dance, not dental hygiene)!
This one goes out to all of the Fortnight parents out there. I feel your pain. The flossing HAS to stop. Maybe this is how our grandparents felt when “The Twist” was invented. But it’s constant. Standing in line at the grocery store…flossing. Talking to me in the kitchen…flossing. Waiting for direction in tae kwon do…flossing. I am soooooo over it. I swear I say “Stop flossing!” at least once per day. Anyway, I decided to make these Funny Socks with Cricut to get the message across to our young ones.
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Materials to make your Funny Socks with Cricut
To create this design, I used the text tool in Design Space. The font is Tall Dark and Handsome. It is a free download you can find online. Once you download it to your computer and install the font, it will be available to you in Design Space.
My husband has big feet so this is sized 3×6 inches. Don’t forget to mirror your image before you cut or the letters will be backwards.
Cut the image and weed away any excess vinyl.
Next, I fired up the Cricut EasyPress 2. With all three sizes available, you can pick which one fits the majority of your projects. This little one measures at 6×7 inches and is perfect for socks, onesies, and hats! Click HERE to determine your settings.
Place the design on the socks. Once EasyPress has reached goal temperature, apply directly to image. Apply gentle pressure and press the Cricut button to begin the timer. Once timer sounds, remove the EasyPress and place back in the cradle.
Repeat the process for the other sock.
These would be a great bunco gift or hostess gift for your next girl’s night out!
You’re welcome. LOL