First – create your design and cut your heat transfer vinyl with the shiny side on the bottom. Be sure to flip your image before you cut it (your words will appear backwards) so that they are going the right way when you iron it onto your shirt.
Second – peel off the vinyl that is NOT part of your design.
Third – place vinyl on your t-shirt and cover with a towel.
Fourth – iron over your design for about 60 seconds, then let it cool for 60 seconds.
Fifth – remove the backing from your design.
Sixth – for designs with more layers, add the next layer using the same process. (Checker board heart.) Just be sure to not let your iron touch the designs that are already in place on your shirt.
Done! Wasn’t that easy! I love projects like this. Simple. Quick. Darling.
Here is a closer look at all 6 of the t-shirts we made.
Go order some vinyl from Expressions Vinyl today and get making some fun t-shirts for your kids.