As soon as JZ spotted the peek-a-boo sublimation shirt trend, she knew that we could put our own little twist on it. And that’s just what we did with this latest tutorial. We took a regular unisex black shirt and decked it out with grommets, lace up sleeves and of course, a bright peek-a-boo sublimation design. We love how this turned a plain black tee into a fun, summer-ready look. 

See how we made this Peek-a-Boo Sublimation Shirt (with a Twist!) in the video below:

🛒 Tools and Materials (most links = affiliate links):

Rotary fabric cutter –
Measuring tape –
Fabric shears/scissors –
Cricut self-healing cutting mat (12×12):
Self healing cutting mat (24×48):
Cricut clear ruler:
Cricut EasyPress 2 (10×12): 
Cricut Mini Press: 
Cricut Maker: 
Cricut Light Grip Mat: 
T-shirt form:
Straight pins –
Fabric clips –
Heat & Bond UltraHold –
Design Bundles Beach Image – 
Ribbon of choice
Grommet trim
Polyester fabric

Sublimation Setup:
Hiipoo Sublimation Ink:
Epson EcoTank 15000:  
JPPlus 13 x 19″ Sublimation Paper:

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Promo code valid through 2022 for unlimited usage. Excludes equipment, ink, fabrication and STB subscriptions 🤑


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