Adele Song Shirt
Why not put that song you can’t get out of your head, onto your shirt? Include some of the lyrics and an image of the artist. You can find both online. Maybe movies are your thing and you’d rather use an image of your favorite film scene and memorable dialogue. Perhaps you’d rather have photos of your family. This tutorial will show you how to transfer images and words onto a shirt with your inkjet printer.
Find the image and words you want online and save them as a jpeg. Open them in Photoshop elements or a similar program. Type the words to the left of the image manually moving to the next line to avoid covering the image completely. Select the words “love” and “heart” and change them from black to red type.
step 1 - The type selections at the top of the Photoshop window should be Snippet Script, 42pt type, and 48pt for line spacing.
Expect some fading of the image with washing. The longevity of the shirt design will vary with printers, colors, and washing methods. Do not use fabric softener before applying the image to the shirt. For the best results, cold water, hand washing with mild soap and air drying is recommended. Scotch Guard may prolong the life of the image.
- Printer paper
- Your choice of images and words
- Photoshop Elements or a similar program
- rolling pin
- Scotch Spray Mount Repositionable Adhesive
- red rhinestones
- Reynolds Freezer Paper