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Stay Six Feet Back, we’re social distancing! Create a fun t-shirt or baby bodysuit with this free quarantine svg file.
While states are starting to reopen, including Minnesota, it’s so important for us to continue social distancing during this time.
This may mean taking some parties virtual.
Staying six feet away from people outside of your household is recommended, among other CDC guidelines.
We are doing our best from following guidelines, though we are starting to open up our bubble to siblings and grandparents.
We recently threw a Quarantine first birthday party for my littlest guy and I made a cute little bodysuit for him to wear and ward off anyone getting too close. Ha!
I love this quarantine svg design and I hope you do too! This design file is available as a jpg, pdf, png, svg, and dxf format.
Now please understand I’m new to creating these so if you have any trouble or feedback, please let me know!
Little boys are so hard to capture at this age. He’s always on the move so while this might not be the best photo, you get the idea!
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How to use this file
You will need to add the file to the design software and set it to cut. To make a shirt, you’ll want to use Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV).
If you make a shirt, I highly recommend you invest in a Cricut EasyPress rather than trying to use a regular iron. It makes the heating part so easy.
You could also make a funny wine glass or coffee mug with adhesive vinyl. The options are limitless!
Tell me, what are you going to make with this cut file?