(Good thing they don't read this blog... Wives: Shhhh!)
This one is the "Guitar Hero" shirt. I looked for a guitar image to cut and attach because my brother-in-law is crazy about the guitar, and got lucky to find this outline image. I arranged it to look like the letter "h", and added the "e-r-o" to turn it into guitar hero! I don't think he actually plays that game, but he does consider himself a guitar hero so it works :) And I have to say, I was pretty proud of the creativity!
- T-Shirt (I found these long-sleeve waffle shirts on sale for $5 at Old Navy)
- Heat-transfer vinyl (Buy at my etsy store if you don't have your own vinyl cutter)
- Ironing Board
- Extra shirt, or other fabric
1. Pre-warm the desired spot on your shirt with the iron. Be sure to get it good and hot!
2. Add the vinyl to the desired spot
3. Cover the vinyl with the extra t-shirt and iron over the t-shirt
4. Slowly peel the transfer plastic away.
Ironing times vary for different fabrics, so if your vinyl doesn't stay on the shirt try turning it inside-out and ironing from behind the t-shirt)
I asked my husband to model these t-shirts, and I think he had a good time doing it! Ben, you make these shirts look G.O.O.D.!
I love personalized gifts!