♡ First you will need some transfer paper. Transfer paper is available at a lot of hobby shops or book shops. The transfer paper I am using is from HEMA and costs €6,95 for six A4 pieces of transfer paper. I know some transfer papers have a low quality and work bad, but I have to say I am satisfied with the paper from the HEMA. Make sure you use a special transfer paper for dark tees if the tee you want your print on is somewhat darker. I am just using the one for white / light-coloured tees.
♡ You will also need a basic white or light-coloured top. The one I use is from H&M (€4,95).
♡ Once you have these items, you have to start thinking what you would like to print on your basic shirt. A quote, a word, the self-made picture you are so proud of, your favorite picture from Tumblr or that one print you have searched for since who knows when, but never found it on a top? I created my print myself with Photophiltre Studio X and Pixlr. Of course you can also use the one I made by saving the picture below to your computer.
♡ Afterwards read the instructions on your transfer paper thoroughly, because they will say how to print your image and use the transfer paper. Each kind of paper has its own instructions, so if you use one differently from mine, first take a look at your own instructions before having a chance of horribly ruining your tee. Following the instructions, I had to mirror the image. After printing it, cut off all of the unprinted parts of the paper, up to the edges of your image. If you do not do this, the white parts will turn a bit of light-yellow after ironing. Do not forget to also cut out the 'insides' of the text it you are using a word!
♡ Now your image is ready to print on your shirts, just take a flatiron and follow the instructions on your transfer paper. And how cool is the result? Now you can play your own designer and have your personal. unique mini-clothing line. Enjoy!