This caused a dilemma, though -- I have an outfit for my daughter to wear on Valentine's Day, but nothing for my son. It's harder to find cute Valentine's shirts for boys, I think. I wanted to come up with something on my own that doesn't cost a lot, but makes a nice statement.
Here's what I did:
Step 1: I bought a white t-shirt at Hobby Lobby for about $4. I already had the inkjet transfer paper, but you can get that there as well. The packet is $8.99, but I bought mine with a 40% off coupon. There are 7 sheets, so you can make even more!
Step 2: I designed my Lego man with a heart, then reversed it because it will be the mirror image once it is ironed on the shirt. The same with the words "Happy Valentine's Day"
Step 3: Print the design on transfer paper.
Step 4: Cut out the design making sure to leave a border because the color can bleed if too close to the edge.
Step 5: Hold up the shirt and pat myself on the back because it's pretty darn cute!!!
If you'd like this for your Lego-loving son, just check out my Etsy shop. It's only $3 for the design!!!
Start with a plain white t-shirt
Print and cut out the design, making sure to leave a border when you cut out the design:
So cute and ready to wear for Valentine's Day!
Happy Valentine's Day!