You will need:
- a T-shirt( I used pink, but use whatever color you want)
- contrasting heat transfer ( I used silver)
- an iron
- a Cricut or other way to cut the vinyl
To make this shirt, head over to the Explore site and select the great big blue, Create a New Project button.
I did a Google image shirt for the Dalek, you can find the image I used here. Upload it to Cricut Design Space by selecting the upload image button. Your image should be pretty simple so select the simple image button. Make sure only the Dalek and no surrounding white space is selected and then insert it into your post. Add your words to the mat as well. The words are:
Little Ball of Hate.
My letter are each about a half inch high and the entire back design is about 6 inches tall by 5 inches wide.
After you hit Go and cut out your vinyl, weed out the excess. Iron the Dalek on to the front of the shirt and the “song” on to the back of the shirt.
Set your iron to the cotton setting on your iron (or about 305 degrees) Preheat the area of the shirt you want to place your vinyl for about 3 seconds then place the heat transfer on the t-shirt with the right side facing up. Using medium pressure, iron the entire image for about 30 seconds, directly onto the carrier sheet, without any steam. After you finish, I like to flip my shirt over and iron for another 10 seconds from the back. Peel the carrier sheet off. If any parts of the image pull up when removing the carrier sheet, stop peeling and iron for a few more seconds in that spot.