Shazam! Glow in the Dark T-Shirts

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Grab your superhero family for some summer fun. Camp Warner Bros. is in full swing and to celebrate the first week, we made some tie-dye camp shirts and some Shazam! shirts.


What I love about these shirts is that the lightning bolt actually glows in the dark! All we need now is to grab a white cap and our Shazam! family outfits are complete. Check out the video at the bottom of this post to see the shirts glowing.

SHAZAM Lightning Shirts

LEGO® DC: Shazam! Magic and Monsters is available to own now!
10-year-old Billy Batson shouts a single word and, with lightning bolts flashing, he transforms into Shazam!, a full-fledged adult Super Hero. It doesn’t take long for Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, and the rest of the Justice League to take notice and invite the earnest do-gooder to join the team. But to become a member, Billy must reveal his true identity. While fighting off the evil Mr. Mind and Black Adam, Billy learns that he must trust others – and that nothing creates trust like helping those in need. Join the good fight with this giant-sized LEGO DC adventure!

LEGO SHAZAM Magic and Monsters

Work out like Batman in this fun Superhero training video for the kids!

Download the SHAZAM t-shirt files here.



Make a fun glow-in-the-dark Shazam! t-shirt with these free cut files.


  • We selected shirts from the SHAZAM Family and include Billy Batson's red, along with a purple and blue.
  • Download your cut files and import them into Cricut Design Space. I've separated the circles in case you want to leave them off and only cut the lightning bolt out. The circles are the pieces that hold their capes on in the movie. If you decide to use the circles like we did make sure to weld the outside layer with the circles so it all cuts together.
    Cut your Gold foil and then your glow-in-the-dark lightning bolt with your Cricut or favorite cutting machine.
  • After you weed the design, use a Cricut EasyPress or iron to adhere the design to your t-shirt.
  • I suggest doing the glow-in-the-dark layer first and then the foil because if the foil gets too hot it can wrinkle.


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Meghan Cooper is a writer, content creator, movie critic, and geek living in Atlanta, Ga. She loves movies, traveling, and lots of coffee. Member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association, Georgia Film Critics Association, and Atlanta Film Critics Circle.

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