Hi there! Today I am really excited to work with our partner Canon USA to share a fun method for making t-shirts using iron-on transfer paper! In the past we’ve made t-shirts using a font, so today I wanted to try something a little different and create text using a photo! Watch the video for full DIY instructions!
I used my Canon PIXMA iP8720 for this project. Using the Canon PRINT App, I was able to send the picture from my phone straight to the printer, making it so easy!
Don’t forget! You can use this method for lots of different things—human t-shirts (OMG! a baby tee would be so cute!), a backpack or even an apron. So many gift possibilities!
And, since I can’t resist, here’s a few more photos of the pups modeling their new t-shirts!!!
As you can see, Dolly and Suki love their new shirts. They used to hate dressing up, but lately they love it. Dolly practically jumped into her shirt. Ha! I guess it makes them feel fancy!
Thanks so much for reading! xxoo -Elsie
Credits//Author and Photography: Elsie Larson, Video and Music: Jeremy Larson.
Those puppies are absolutely adorable!!!
AAWWWW! Please more dog/pet posts! <3 Suki’s smile in the first photo is so cute. Love these shirts 🙂
OMG, simply the cutest!!!!
im RIDICULOUSLY all for you posting more pictures of your pups!!!!
where did you find the shirts?
this would be so cute for my little chihuahua
These are so cute and funny!
Ha!! So cute 🙂
This is awesome, i really like it.
Do the T-shirts come with the pug?
Oh my goodness! These pups are so chic!
That’s a hilarious idea!
Omg I love it so much! Dolly was the name of my beloved yorkie of 16 years. ♥♥♥
That’s the look of a puppy bribed by a treat! I do the same with my Zoya to make her sit still for a second. Cuteness!
Lol what were you tempting them with at the end?! Their cute little doggy heads going back and forth ? These are super cute/easy though…and the possibilities are endless.