Making T-Shirts Really Is This Simple!

Our family is in Disney World right NOW! I secretly wish my job was being Alice In Wonderland every day. Taking Presley, my baby, to Disney World is such a special moment. Yes, I realize he is almost 2 and won’t remember the trip but that’s what pictures are for πŸ™‚ Not only are we here, but my husband’s whole family is, which means we are having loads of fun!

So back to the title of this post. I started looking at shirts to get Presley since this is his FIRST trip to Disney World and I didn’t find what I wanted. So what did I do? I made one! It was a simple process and I’m happy with the way it turned out. (I’m not so happy about the quality of the iron-on though.) I also made my nephew one to match!

Here’s what I did. I just used an iron-on transfer from Office Depot. Sorry for the horrible phone pics πŸ™‚

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All you do is print out the design you create onto a sheet of this, just like you normally print things. After that, you lay it on the shirt and iron it on for about 2 minutes. Let it cool for about 5 minutes and then you’re done!

Here’s the cute shirts! Not bad for a first try?!?!

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Like I said before, the quality isn’t great and you can definitely see imperfections and the lines around the edges. Good news is: When they are worn with a little zip-up hoodie, you won’t be able to tell in pictures :). That’s all I wanted: a cute shirt for some pictures since it’s Presley’s First Disney Trip!

2 thoughts on “Making T-Shirts Really Is This Simple!

  1. I love that you created something with your signature chevron pattern. So you, and perfect little creation to retire to a keepsake box after this trip. Maybe one day we can go on a couple’s trip with all of our kids to Disney! hehe πŸ™‚

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