DIY Harry Potter Tee Shirt Tutorial from Sew a Straight Line. I like to use cheap run-of-the-mill (like Avery). You can get the paper for either light or dark tees. I’ve posted in the past that these transfers hold up really well in the normal washing machine. TIP: As with all printed grahic tees, make sure to turn them inside out for the dryer.
There are hundreds of ways to reuse t-shirts all over the interent, but if you are a never-ending DIY-er like me, you have a vast collection of refashioned t-shirts dresses, t-shirt quilts, and t-shirt shopping bags.
I wanted to figure out another way to reuse the cool graphics of the shirts that could be replicated quickly and would appeal to the masses.
When I was younger I took lino printing classes and it was incredibly fun. i think it’s the fact that you create something right from scratch - creating your own design, carving it and printing it, it’s so rewarding. And carving is so fun! And really, as long as you can trace a design and create an image with negative/positive areas you can turn it into a stamp!