Make It Your Own with This Week's Customizable Football Shirt Design
It's Friday night and you know what that means! Time to cheer on your boys as they take down their next rival. This week's freebie is just for you proud mamas and grandmas.
You'll find two versions inside, one to use if you have just one favorite player on the field or one for moms or grandmas with multiple players to shout for. Team mom or coach's wife? Grab the plural version and squeeze those names and numbers in!
Each version is 3 layers. On the bottom you have an optional solid base for the white pieces. Layer two is the ball and layer three is the Word Art.
Want to make it a single-piece design? Delete the base layer, add your names and numbers, then knockout all of the words from the second layer. Not sure how? There's a handy cheat sheet included in your download.
Another option is to forget all the wording altogether and just use the ball to make your own design:
This cute one was made using the same font as the original design, Missy Meyer's Sportsball:
Don't worry about taking notes, there's also a handy pdf in the download with links to all the fonts used here.
Like this one, using the free commercial use font called Freshman by William Boyd:
Or maybe you need a skinner font to fit more names on there like this proud dad shirt. My go to for that is called College by Matthew Welch. (It's a commercial free one too!)
Personalize it anyway you like and create a truly one of a kind shirt!
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On a mobile device and need to unzip your files? Check out this reference sheet.
Silhouette user without the Designer Edition upgrade? Here's a handy reference sheet that'll make using dxf files a breeze.
Each download contains a ZIP FILE with four folders:
- SVG – for use with Silhouette (upgraded), Cricut and other vinyl cutters
- DXF – for use with Silhouette Studio without the Design Edition upgrade (no tracing needed)
- PNG - transparent photo image for printing and mockups, if you need a mirrored image, please send me a message and I’ll email copies over
- EPS - print, large plotters, Corel Draw users
Need help importing your new design? Check out these quick tutorials:
In love with this design but don't have your own machine? No matter which you choose, you'll be hooked. Both the Cricut Explore Air 2 and Silhouette Cameo 3are solid machines (I use both) or if you want all the bells and whistles, the Cricut Maker is your new love.
Know someone else who has to have a copy? Send them link so they can download it too. Thank you so much!