- a white (or light colored) t-shirt (I got a white v-neck from Target)
- iron on transfer paper (I got mine at Office Max)
- a color printer
- rhinestones or embellishments (optional)
Then, cut around the image about 1/4-1/2″ around the colored part of the image.
Flip it over and iron it onto your t-shirt according to your Iron-on Transfer paper instructions. Instructions may vary depending on your brand of transfer paper.
Let the paper cool and peel off the backing very slowly. Make sure its cooled off so it adheres really well.
I wanted to jazz mine up a bit and since I’m obsessed with rhinestones, I added some gold rhinestones to my shirt! I just glued them right on. Use E-6000 for best results.
Let your glue dry and try it on! Easy right?? What do you think!? I think I’ll throw a cute cardigan over it for the premiere just in case it gets chilly!
You can also check out my Twilight t-shirt tutorial on my blog, Classy Clutter.
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Hi Marissa! I like your blog and read frequently. I’d love to see some new non-Hunger Games posts soon. Pretty please?!?
I am kind of in the middle of a Hunger Games party but don’t worry it’ll all be over next week. The movie comes out this weekend. I hope that those of you who don’t like the theme might be able to translate the techniques and tutorials since most of them can be applied any thing people like (like the freezer paper stencils, resin bottle caps, royal icing transfers, iron ons etc.).
If you’re totally burnt though I understand. Just come back next week and it’ll all be back to normal.
Classy Clutter says
Thanks for having me guest post!
Kassi @ Truly Lovely says
Now that’s a classy looking Hunger Games t-shirt! :) Very fitting coming from Mallory!
I really love this!!! :)
Kaysi @ Keeping it Simple says
That is awesome!!! I so want to make a shirt for the show this week :)