As you all know, I absolutely love Disney movies and Peter Pan has always been a personal favourite of mine, so of course I was super excited to make a Peter Pan themed shirt. Although the design I have chosen is quite simple, I really love how it turned out and I can just imagine styling it with black jeans and a plaid shirt for Winter. Let’s get started!
You will need:
- A Laptop or Desktop Computer.
- A Printer.
- An Iron and Ironing Board.
- Iron-On Transfer Paper.
- A T-Shirt or Singlet.
Step One: Choose the design you would like on your shirt and flip the image on the computer, so that the text reads backwards.
Step Two: Print the image onto the iron-on transfer paper.
Step Three: Let your iron heat up while you continue with the next step.
Step Four: Cut around each word and image and place them on the shirt to ensure they fit.
Step Five: Flip each word over ready for ironing.
Step Six: Iron each section of the shirt until the words peel off easily (make sure to peel off while it is still hot).
As you can see, I peeled mine off a bit too early and some of the ink hasn’t soaked into the shirt but I actually really like the sponged on look, as it helps to keep it slightly more unique.
I really hoped you enjoyed this DIY as much as I did and I would love to see how yours turned out!