Hi friends! Easter will be here before we know it, so I wanted to get a head start with the Easter Ideas so you have plenty of time to craft! Today, I’m sharing this cute We Play for Peeps DIY Easter Shirt, so let’s get started!
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We Play For Peeps DIY Easter Shirt
This original MPP design is super cute and one of my favorite peep-themed projects. This design can be sublimated on a number of items, or even used for paper products with your regular printer! If you are new to sublimation, check out my Beginners Guide to Sublimation for the rundown. If sublimation is already a passion of yours, this design will be a great addition to your sublimation library. For the purposes of this post, we will be going over the steps for sublimating a shirt with this design.
What you will need:
We Play For Peeps PNG (Note the colors will sublimate darker than the images shown, depending on your printer settings, etc.)
I created this quick video to get you started so check it out below…
Download and print the design, resize, and recolor as necessary to fit your shirt. Print on your sublimation printer. If you need to make the design bigger than the paper size for your printer, check out my favorite hack.
Press the shirt to remove wrinkles and moisture.
Set the Heat Press to 390-400 degrees and the timer to 60 seconds
Place butcher paper on the inside of the shirt. Remove lint and dust with the lint roller.
Center the image on the shirt and secure it with heat-resistant tape. These t-shirt guides come in handy!
Cover with butcher paper and press.
Remove the butcher paper and print to reveal your design.
Wasn’t that a cinch? I hope you try creating your own shirt with sublimation. Don’t forget to check out my other designs in my ETSY shop!
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