Of course, silly me forgot to take a "what you will need" photo. So I will just list the things you will need to collect for this DIY project.
- T-Shirt Transfer Paper [the kind that goes through a home printer]
- Tee Shirt [my favorite is from Forever 21, as they are only $3.80 and super soft!]
- A Computer [I'm using a Macbook] with internet & Pages or Office Word
- Paper Bag or Cardboard
1. The hardest part about making your graphic tee is coming up with the design you want, as you have endless possibilities. The whole world is at your feet. Once you have a good idea on what you want to do, it is time to make the "text" part of your graphic tee in a program like PicMonkey.
2. Click on "Design"[you don't have to pick a canvas size]. Keeping it simple folks.
3. Now you will crop your canvas. I like something around the 2000x800-ish range. Of course, this works best if you are only doing just one word.
4. The most fun part for me is choosing the font for your tee! The tee shirt that I'm making during this tutorial is my "Bonjour" one, so I picked the "La Belle Auore" font.
5. Click the font you want to use. A text box should pop-up, like shown in the picture.
6. Type out what ever you want your tee to say. Size up your font to fill in as much space as possible.
7. For the best image, you will want to crop the design as close as you dare to your font design.
Sherlock graphic here. Oh, the font I used is called, Tall Dark and Handsome on PicMonkey.]
If you do this tutorial, I would love to see how your graphic tees turn out! Just post pictures on our Facebook page, or tag me on Twitter [@BramblewoodF] or Instagram [@Bramblewoodfashion].