What you'll need:
- cotton tees
- an iron
- iron-on transfer paper
To do so: Open Photoshop. Image > "Image Rotation" > "Flip canvas horizontal"
2. Resize the image to fit an 8.5x11 piece of paper.
3. Print on regular printer paper and arrange on shirt, as shown above, to make sure the sizing is appropriate.
4. Print the graphics on the transfer paper, per the package's instructions. Let the pages cool fully.
7. Iron the graphics onto the tees, per the transfer paper's instructions. (I'm guessing every package will have slightly different directions. Side note: our transfer paper is from 1998, ha!)
Graphics sources: cacti, meow (made by me! I can send you the image if you send me a message), be kind.
(poor Mom is just really bad with my camera)
Enjoy! Let me know if any of you actually try this. You totally should because the shirts came out SO well and I want to make a million more.