diy disney: olaf (from frozen) personalized shirt

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Hiya! I'm back today with another shirt DIY, wahoo!


S2 had to have a special shirt to meet Anna and Elsa!  I mean, it was a must.


I won't go through a WHOLE step-by-step because I followed the same method for this shirt as I did for the DIY Mickey head shirts I did several years ago.  Here's the link to those.  The only difference was now I've learned the error of my ways - you can iron a big square of the Heat & Bond onto your fabric first, and then cut them both together in the shape you want.  The method I used in that tutorial meant I had to cut out the shape twice - once in the Heat & Bond, and then again once it was transferred to the fabric.  Live and learn! ha.

I also used my Silhouette to cut out her name in glitter heat transfer, which I placed under the big initial.  Olaf is her absolute favorite (besides Cinderella) so I knew Olaf fabric was the way to go.  The shirt is a Rabbit Skins blank tee from Amazon - I recommend sizing UP!  Also, I will note that I didn't sew around the initial on this one (too lazy!) and it lasted great through a wash although I would definitely lay it flat to dry.


All in all, this shirt took me 5 minutes and less than $10 to create.  Don't you just love a good DIY? :)

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