April 19, 2014
Make This / bunny tee
Happy Easter! Today I thought it would be fun to do a last minute project for tomorrow. Mostly because I got really bored so I decided to paint...which is my favorite go to for curing boredom! Anyways click on to see how to make a cute bunny tee that you can wear wayyy past Easter because, let's face it, bunnies are pretty rad.
I want to apologize for the lack of photos here, but since it was last minute I didn't even think to do a step by step.
1. download this bunny art by right clicking on image and saving to desktop, or get creative and make your own.
2. buy a white tee or color of your choice, though light colors work best with transfer paper. I do suggest 100% cotton, otherwise it might peel a little (mine is showing early signs of peeling because it's mixed fabrics (sad face).
3. print onto avery fabric transfer paper for inkjet printers.
4. iron on to t-shirt by following the avery directions.
To cover more t-shirt area you will have to print the bunny on two sheets of transfer paper and line them up, or you can just use one 8.5 x 11 sheet, your image will just be smaller on your shirt...or the perfect size for a kids tee! Anyways, again I'm sorry for the super quick instructions for this diy, but I gotta get some sleep! if you have any questions just ask in a comment.
T-Shirt: Marshalls/Calvin Klein $20 Sweater: Target/$22
This is not a sponsored post.
*also please note this art is property of this blog and is not for resale, so please do not duplicate and sell items made with this artwork, it is for personal use only.