I’m thrilled to partner with Expressions Vinyl to share this fun tutorial AND a $100 giveaway with you!  Keep reading to learn 10+ ways you can use heat transfer vinyl to make your own football themed shirts.

We definitely watch a lot of sports in our house, and my two older boys live in sports clothing.  Now that the World Cup has wrapped up and football season is starting, my boys are starting to wear their favorite team’s jerseys.  I love shirts that are punny, so I used heat transfer vinyl from Expressions Vinyl to make fun football themed shirts for my boys to wear.


Cut and weed the vinyl.  Expressions Vinyl cuts perfectly and is easy to weed!

Place your design on the t-shirt, plastic side up, cover with a light cloth, and iron.  In minutes you have a fun new t-shirt that will bring a chuckle, which is always good if your favorite team is losing and you need to lighten the mood.

I’ll be honest, I’m not really a football fan, but I am a soccer mom.  One of my boys plays on the Gold team for his club, and the amazing gold vinyl at Expressions Vinyl was too amazing to pass up.  Look at that mirror like reflection!  I’ll be wearing this proudly at my son’s game this weekend.

Looking for more football vinyl DIY ideas?  Check out the Expressions Vinyl blog for 8 other awesome tutorials!

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Disclaimer:  This is a sponsored post, but all ideas and opinions are entirely my own.


  1. I couldn’t like any new pages because Facebook has recently started blocking people from liking too many pages in a certain amount of time. I got a 30 day “liking ban” for entering a contest on another page.

    Anyway, I have never been to a live football game but I love to watch it on TV. Go Panthers! I know they never go far but they are still my team, lol.


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