Now, I'm excited to try this on all sorts of other projects. Pretty up some pillows or tote bags. Maybe adding it to simple zipper pouches (tutorials for pillows and pouches can be found here and here).
If you want me over the next few weeks, you'll know where I'll be... printing up a storm.
Print your own top
You will need:
a top or fabric to print on
1. Sketch out your word. I used castro script font to spell the word I wanted and then sketched it out onto the dull, non-waxy side of the freezer paper (the shiny/waxy side is face down).
2. Extend the word by thickening up the lines.3. Cut out your word with a sharp knife.
4. Iron on the outline of your word, shiny/waxy side down.
5. Be sure to include any middle sections or points.
6. Put a magazine or piece of cardbord inside the shirt to stop the paint from soaking through to the other side.
7. Dab the paint on with a sponge. Be sure to follow the paint instructions for drying times.
8. Ta-da (another great word to print on a t-shirt)!