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I think the ugly sweater tradition is one of the most fun things about the holidays. I love seeing gorgeously tacky Christmas sweaters, so when a group of bloggers was challenged by Cricut to create a Pretty Ugly Sweater, I jumped at it. I’m completely in love with my Reindeer Wreath Ugly Christmas Sweater.
I used an assortment of glitter iron-on to create my design.
I’ve really enjoyed wreaths and reindeer this year, so after browsing around Design Space for a bit, I came up with this reindeer wreath design using images already in the Design Space library. I used Wreath #M3DBAF, Deer #M807007, Garland #M3D4A2, and Holly Berries #M44E5D.
At this point, it was just a matter of cutting everything out and ironing everything on! When I got the pieces cut, I placed them on the shirt to make sure I was ironing them in the right place.
I then started by ironing the wreath onto the shirt and ironing the other pieces on top. It didn’t take long at all!
To really add to the “ugliness,” I added a sprig of holly to each sleeve.
My Reindeer Wreath Ugly Christmas Sweater was a lot of fun to make and I love how sparkly the glitter is. I knew I did well when I walked into the room and Scott started laughing.
I will proudly wear it for the rest of the holiday season! I can’t help but smile at it.
Make sure you enter Cricut’s Pretty Ugly Sweater Contest for a chance to win a variety of prizes, including a Cricut! Using a Cricut is not a requirement for the contest.