Ever since our last iron-on transfer t-shirt DIY project, I just cannot bring myself to buy graphic tees at the store. Those things are like $20! For a TSHIRT! Ridiculous. And since I now know I can duplicate almost anything with iron-transfer paper for under $5, even a $10 graphic tee is beyond.
I saw one like this at Old Navy, and decided to make it myself. It’s a sickness. Yes, we are obsessed with duplicating clothing using fabric paint and iron-on transfer paper to save money. Yes, we realize this is a problem. Is there some kind of institution that addresses these kinds of issues?
Oh, and if you were wondering, here is how you make this shirt:
- Cut out letters from printed iron-on transfer paper
- Iron them on your shirt
- The end.
Have a great Monday!
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