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Sunday, September 17, 2006
How To Make Homemade Gifts: Personalized T-Shirts


Homemade gifts are personal and unique. They can also be good for your bank account. Make them when you’re broke, or when you just want to expand your creativity. Any time's a good time for gifts.

Personalized T-Shirts:

Digitalized

1. All you need is some iron-on paper, plain colored T-shirts, and a printer (that supports the use of iron-ons).

2. Print out funny words, pictures, or designs from your computer on the iron-on paper.

3. Place the T-shirt on a flat ironing board, and carefully iron over the image so it adheres to the shirt. Image should appear exactly the same way it was placed.

4. Once you peel of the transparent layer, let the shirt cool. It’s an instant gift! Some ideas for wordy T-shirts are: “I’m with Stupid (with an arrow pointing to the left/right),” “Ugly but adorable,” and “I love...” Be creative.

Old Fashioned

1. As for the old fashioned way, you will need some plain colored T-shirts, fabric paint, and rubber stamps. With this, you are slightly limited in terms of creativity because every image you create will be a replica of the stamp.

2. Prepare paint in bowls, and lay the T-shirt on a flat surface.

3. Dip the stamps into the paint and carefully stamp the bottom lining of the T-shirt (or anywhere else you prefer; the tip here is to stamp pictures in such a way that it is aesthetically pleasing. Unlike tie-dye, prints have to appear in areas where they can be seen, and understood). E.g. a large flower print can appear right in the middle or the bottom right/left of the T-shirt.


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How To Make Homemade Gifts: Personalized T-Shirts
By Danielle Chong
Monday, December 19, 2005
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4 Comments:

im interested with personalized t-shirt, pero yung problema ko yung iron-on paper, saan at magkano ba ang ganong paper?

na sa negros ako at wala akong idea kung saan napupurchase ang ganong paper.
Anonymous remia said this on Monday, October 02, 2006 12:07:00 PM  

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nasubukan mo na bang tumingin sa National Bookstore? Alam ko meron silang mga tindang ganoon. :)
Blogger blogarista said this on Monday, October 02, 2006 3:23:00 PM  

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hi, maybe this will help...

http://www.skdigitalprintshop.com
Anonymous Anonymous said this on Saturday, February 10, 2007 11:39:00 AM  

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tried to do this but somethings wrong when i iron the paper to the shirt hindi dumidikit sa iron instead sa papel tapos walang transfer ng print sa t-shirt.

which side should i put the prints this one(w/ red lines) or this one(plain white)

because i think i printed on the wrong side where where the red lines are placed.

kahit ordinary iron lang ba ang gagamitin? like sa para sa damit namin..
Anonymous Anonymous said this on Tuesday, September 18, 2007 11:07:00 AM  

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