Adele Song Shirt

 1/4" pleats spaced 1/2" apart

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. 

Directions

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. 

 step 2 - To wave the text, select it with the text tool.  Go to the Layer menu and select Type then Warp Text. 

step 2 - To wave the text, select it with the text tool.  Go to the Layer menu and select Type then Warp Text. 

 step 3 - Under Style choose Wave.  Move the slider under Bend to +24%.

step 3 - Under Style choose Wave.  Move the slider under Bend to +24%.

 step 4 - Soften the edges of the image by feathering it with 20 or more pixels.

step 4 - Soften the edges of the image by feathering it with 20 or more pixels.

 step 5 - Save a copy of your document.  In the Layers menu click “merge visible”.  In the Image menu select “rotate and “flip layer horizontal”. 

step 5 - Save a copy of your document.  In the Layers menu click “merge visible”.  In the Image menu select “rotate and “flip layer horizontal”.