Max and I are getting prepared and beyond excited to go to Disney’s Epcot International Food and Wine Festival next weekend with our friends. I have been to Epcot before to Drink Around the World, which is when you and your friends/family that are of legal age, go to each Country at Epcot and have one drink; now this is not an easy task for anyone and not many people make it through, but it’s fun just going and enjoying a good time with friends while having a variety of food and drinks from different countries. I haven’t been to Epcot in some years and it will be my first time going with Max and both of our first times going to Disney’s Epcot International and Wine Festival. We are very excited and I have seen people create their own Disney shirts when going to Epcot and I wanted to try my hand at this wonderful DIY Disney Shirts project.
DIY Disney Shirts Materials:
- Shirts for the number of people that you are creating the Disney Shirts for, we had four in total and used white v-neck shirts
- Transfer Sheets, the number depends on the number of designs that you have for the shirts, we used about 12 transfer sheets. Please follow the steps from the transfer sheets that you use.
- An Inkjet printer (again, please check the directions on your transfer sheets to make sure that you have the correct printer type)
- A hard and sturdy surface that is protected and heat resistant
- Prepared designs that our flipped/mirrored before printing, we used photoshop to create our designs on a canvas size of 8.5 inches by 11 inches
- Create your shirt design and print them out on your transfer sheets making sure that they are flipped/mirrored. We used photoshop with some fun fonts that we found online and some wonderful graphics.
- Cut out your graphics from the transfer sheet, the better you cut it out, the less white space you will have.
- Place your shirt on a hard and sturdy surface that is protected and heat resistant, place the image side on the shirt with the non image side being what you see, press your iron onto the transfer sheet. Make sure to read the directions from your transfer sheets for the heat settings and time that you should place the iron on the shirt.
- After ironing on the transfer sheet, let it cool, once cool, remove the transfer sheet.
- That’s it! You’ve created your own personal DIY Disney Shirts!
Below are images from the transfer sheets that we used and the finished DIY Disney Shirts that we created. We blurred out the Disney images because of copyright issues and they are meant for personal use 🙂