Well my family and I go to a friend's cottage for labour day weekend right?
They have themes ever year, and last year it was Halloween.
So my father being creative and lazy as possible decided that we would be SCRABBLE PIECES spelling out our last name, COLE.
I wanted to post this to show you guys how to make it, because they're great shirts!
Cut around the edges of your scrabble letter (google this, you can use mine if you want), leaving 1/4" of white all the way around, including text.
Place your T-shirt on a smooth, hard, surface. I suggest an old wooden table, or your kitchen table.
Let your iron heat up for around 8 minutes before usin' it. Set it on the highest dry setting - no steam.
Place a pillowcase on the ironing surface for padding, and iron it to get rid of any wrinkles. Make sure the pillowcase and ironing surface are super smooth.
Place the t-shirt on top of the pillowcase. Iron the area on the item where the transfer will be applied; try not to place the transfer on seams.
(sorry i don't have a picture for this one)
Let the surface of the item cool before placing the transfer on top. Place the transfer with the image face down and the white side up.
(same goes for this one, no picture.)
Enjoy your cool new t-shirt!