Here at NuFun we are all about taking heat transfer projects to the next level. Inkjet printable heat transfer papers are just as versatile and high quality as the ever-popular heat transfer vinyl in the marketplace – only with heat transfer paper, users can create completely custom designs and projects.
Let’s start with the basic t-shirt project. Gone are the days of the boring, plain white, full-sheet transfer.
Inspired by themed bachelorette parties and girls’ getaways, we created this simple, yet stylish design as a fun way to create a commemorative garment for a variety of events.
To stick with the simple theme, we transferred this design to a simple, beachy boyfriend cut tank that we picked up from Target – for a super cute wearable for your event and beyond!
Click here to download the PDF. Bonus – you can fit two prints per page which means two shirts to every blank page!
Need the step-by step for light heat transfer projects? No problem! Here’s exactly how we created our “Keeping It Classy” tank:
- Blank light fabric transfer by NuFun Activities as found here on Amazon
- Inkjet printer
- Hand iron
- Light or White fabric t-shirt or tank top
- Create your own image or design. It’s easy with a word processor or design program such as Adobe Illustrator.
- Be sure to mirror or flip your image before printing.
- Using a pair of scissors trim around the design.
- Prepare your ironing surface. Lay the pillowcase flat on a hard surface (no ironing boards!)
- Preheat the hand iron to the highest cotton setting.
- Place the garment on the ironing surface and lay the design face down on the garment.
- Using firm, steady pressure, slowly glide the hand iron in a circular motion over the design for 2 minutes, making sure to cover all of the corners.
- With a slow even motion, lift the backing paper from the garment to reveal the completed transfer.