{DIY} My Quick and Easy Father's Day Project

Since we're we're moving to Palo Alto the weekend of Father's Day, I know this year's celebration is going to be low-key (grocery store danish and a homemade card if he's lucky). But I still want David, my husband, to know we're thinking of him.

So I made my daughter this cute tee shirt to wear using this free "I heart Dad" iron-on design and these HP transfer sheets.

I followed these instructions and finished the whole project in less than 20 minutes! It was amazingly easy and I highly recommend it, especially if you don't have a lot of time.

The HP iron-on transfer sheets I used...

I printed the file and cut it out, leaving a small border (I probably could have made the border even smaller).

I placed a pillowcase on my table (you need a hard surface to do this), put my daughter's white Old Navy tee shirt down, and the transfer on top.

I ironed slowly on high heat (no steam) in up and down strokes for about five minutes.

I peeled the back of the transfer off and...

Voila... Lainey in her new tee shirt!

I think David's going to be very happy (and very sore from lifting all those boxes)!

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Michal | Bump to Bean says...

@ 08:15 on Jun 11, 2012

So cute! Do you mind if I repost this on my blog? I'm compiling sweet gifts for dad...www.bumptobean.com

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