I am actually looking for the same thing for my stepdaughters birthday party (shes turning 6!). The cartridge is hard to find under $150 from what I have seen online. Craziness! And people on etsy charge ALOT to make these.
My niece is wanting to decorate pillowcases or t-shirts for her sleepover party.
I would need twelve Hello Kitty's but they would need to be out of freezer paper.
Can you cut freezer paper with your cricut? All of the tutorials I've seen show them being cut with an X-acto knife.
I would obviously not expect you to purchase this of your own accord. And would be extremely grateful on top of it.
You can definitely use freezer paper. You just have to put the dull side down, not the shiny side. The shiny side won't stick.
As far as cuts go, I would need one cut of the Hello Kitty image with her and the balloons, five inches high.
And I would need six cuts of the Hello Kitty image with the flower in her hair with her holding the flower, five inches high.
Then another six cut outs of the Hello Kitty image where she is kicking the air and she has the bow in her hair, also five inches high. I'm just going off of the cricut site so if that doesn't make sense I apologize.
Her birthday party is on the 3rd so if either one of you would be able to help, I would be so grateful.