There are heaps of ways you can create your own pug t-shirt but I wanted to share with you the easiest way I could find to create your own unique pug t-shirt. And this t-shirt won’t even take you 20 minutes to make.

DIY Iron Transfer Pug T-Shirt | www.thepugdiary.com

All you need to create your own DIY Iron Transfer Pug T-Shirt is a pug image printed on paper, an iron-on transfer pen, a plain t-shirt and an iron. I picked up a plain white t-shirt with a pocket for about $3 at K-Mart and the iron-on transfer pen I picked up off eBay for about $8 plus postage.

DIY Iron Transfer Pug T-Shirt | www.thepugdiary.com

I found a really cool pug silhouette image on Etsy to use on my t-shirt. You can find a lot of cool pug images on Etsy for cheap that are great for personal DIY projects like this. You will need to print this out to a size that will suite where you are placing it on the t-shirt. I went fairly small so it will sit nicely on the pocket of the t-shirt. Keep in mind though that it will transfer to the t-shirt the opposite way to how you print it so you will need to invert the image to be the way you want it on the t-shirt.

DIY Iron Transfer Pug T-Shirt | www.thepugdiary.com

Now all you need to do is trace and colour the print. You may just want to outline it or fully colour it in with the iron-on transfer pen. Once you’ve done that, place it ink side down on the t-shirt in your desired spot. Be sure to place a piece of cardboard under the t-shirt to make sure it doesn’t bleed through to the back of the t-shirt. Now carefully iron the print for 1-3 minutes. Be sure to not move the print so it doesn’t transfer twice.

DIY Iron Transfer Pug T-Shirt | www.thepugdiary.com

Now you have your own unique pug print t-shirt. Wasn’t that easy? And the best part is you can use that print about 3 times and still get a very nice print on your t-shirt.

DIY Iron Transfer Pug T-Shirt | www.thepugdiary.com

I want to see your DIY Iron Transfer Pug T-Shirt designs. Share them on the Facebook wall or tag @the_pug_diary on Instagram and use the #thepugdiary and #thepugdiaryDIY hashtags.

The following two tabs change content below.
Kristy Beck

Kristy Beck

Owner & Content Producer at The Pug Diary
Kristy is the founder and editor of The Pug Diary, a photographer and pug mum extraordinaire to Ref. Kristy has combined her passion for photography with the love of pugs to bring you all of her knowledge of pugs and more to you through The Pug Diary.