Custom T-Shirt for Father’s Day – video tutorial!

How to create a custom t-shirt | My Craftily Ever After

As some of you might have realized Father’s Day is coming up and I have jumped on the father’s day gift making band wagon.  Not because it’s trendy, but because I have been making stuff for the “father” in my life.  My hubby is pretty amazing if I do say so, he works 10 hour days five days a week and then comes home and plays with the kids and makes time for me.  On the weekends he is always the one to make them breakfast and set them up with some sort of awesome activity.  I am super lucky to have him in my life and so I wanted to make him a couple of things to show him I appreciate him.

father's day 2014 collage

He went back to school a couple of years ago to get his degree in HVAC-R (heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration) and was hired for his current job before he even graduated!  He is also a musician and a huge rock and roll fan (have you seen his guitar wall and the wallpaper I made him?!) and while he was in school he kept joking about me making him something that said HVAC  in the AC/DC font.  Well it only took me two years, but I finally got it done!  And while I was crossing things off my list of things to do I figured it was the perfect time to make a video tutorial for you!  Bear with it, because it is the first time I have made a video tutorial, so if you have unkind words please keep them to yourself.

PS…my hands don’t really look that stubby in real life…at least I don’t think they do…

3 thoughts on “Custom T-Shirt for Father’s Day – video tutorial!

  1. I love your tutorial. May I make one suggestion. I do have a heat transfer machine….if you cut your iron-on image down, it eliminates that square look. Just kind of squiggle cut within an inch of your transfer…the cut edges blend in an pretty much fade out. Hope this helps everyone.

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