Diy Friday: you get a gold star…shirt

I have a new DIY for you! This was a result from a shirt on fleurdeforce’s channel. She had on a short sleeve shirt with gold stars all over it. I wish I could find you the same shirt but I cannot. But what I can tell you is it was super duper cute. Hers was short sleeve and I believe it was V-neck but since I’m in autumn I would show you how to replicate a long sleeve version.

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You’ll need to gather:
A white t-shirt (long or short sleeve)
An iron
Scissors
Sharpie
iron on art – gold metallic (I bought mine from Hobby lobby by a brand called s•e•i)

1. What you’ll want to do first is draw your stars on the entire sheet of iron on art gold metallic stuff. You can use a sharpie to do so. (but beware when sharpie ink get hot, it will smear onto the shirt.) You can either use a star stencil or free hand it like I did for a not so uniformed look to the stars. You’ll draw it on the plastic/gold side, not the white side.

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2. Use your scissors to cut out the stars.

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3. Place them on your shirt. (If your shirt needs to be irons first do it, then place the stars to it.)

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4. Press your heated iron(350°F) on the stars white side to right side of shirt. And leave on each star for 25-30 seconds.

5. Let cool for 15-20 seconds, then peel off the plastic film. You then do this all the way around the shirt.

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6. Then voilà! You have an awesome gold star shirt you can pair with a skater skirt, skinnies, boyfriend jeans, dress pants, etc. You name it, you could do it!

Enjoy! -Ryn

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