*ONLY KIND OF PAPER YOU CAN USE IS LIGHT COLOR TRANSFER PAPER (DARK COLOR IF ITS A DARK TEE SHIRT) – INKJET PRINTER ONLY DON’T USE LASER
Transfer paper I used: (use inkjet printer only)
Plain white T shirt:
Plain white crew neck:
Plain white cropped tank:

(Haven’t tested yet) dark color transfer paper

Here is my first project with transfer paper shirts, I did 5 different shirts and each taught me a new lesson! The project as a whole turned out super well in my opinion and I get to share with you guys the things I learned!

So here are the tips:
– Use more loose fitted t-shirts or clothing (unless you are okay with the small cracks)
– Use slightly thicker fabric matirial for your shirts your putting it on
– Use simple designs so you can cut off all the extra paper around the design

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42 COMMENTS

  1. Lol can't you just do this and wear it for one day then wash it and make it get out then for the next day put a different design and do that for the whole week

  2. Also you have to use a inkjet printer not a laser printer because the transfer paper may melt and
    you will need a new printer.

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