- Several packages of iron-on letters. (I purchased mine for $3.99 a pack at Hobby Lobby. I bought two large black, two small black and one large white. I have a ton of letters left over but quickly ran out of "s" and vowels. I also made one other t-shirt that is not pictured above.)
- iron and ironing board
- blank t-shirts (I got mine for $4 each on sale at JcPenney's.)
1. Iron out any wrinkles in your shirt. Leave your iron on and set to the proper conditions according to your iron-on letters. My directions were to set to cotton and turn off the steam function.
2. Lay your shirt on the board and make sure it is lined up equally on both sides.
3. Begin to place your letters and arrange them how you want them to look when permanently adhered. Take your time. I recommend getting someone else to look at it too before you iron.
6. Turn right side out and enjoy!
This project took me very little time and had a great result that I am really excited about! All of my girlfriends have decided they are in love and we are planning a t-shirt making night. :)