EDIT: Congratulations Patricia for winning this DIY kit!! ^^v Thank you everyone who joined! Sensei is happy, haha~
It has been almost a month for Kawaii D.I.Y. and I can't thank you guys enough for the support you've given to me! Even though Kawaii D.I.Y. is just new, I feel like I've attained a huge goal because of your feedback regarding my tutorials.
And to express my gratitude, I will be giving away a lovely DIY kit hand-picked by yours truly. Yayyy~ ^^v☆
How about turning your old white tee to something more interesting like a DIY graphic shirt? You don't need to have your design printed somewhere expensive + sometimes, fabric pens are too tacky to use.. >_< Whenever I need a customized shirt for a presentation (back in college), I would use iron-on transfer sheets to make personalized shirts.
Now you can proudly tell people (when they ask you about your shirt) that it is your design!
First, you need iron-on transfer papers. I suggest getting an A4 size if you want a huge print on your DIY shirt. You can print many designs in one page then just cut those out separately to save the paper.
You can buy iron-on transfers in eBay, amazon, stationary stores / bookstores..