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DIY Graphic Tee

Because your high school t-shirt is never coming back into style.

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What you'll need:

1. An old t-shirt

2. Scissors

3. Transfer paper

4. An iron

5. A hard surface to iron on

Step 1: Choose your shirt. I recommend a dark shirt because the image is less likely to show through to the other side.Turn your shirt inside out.

Step 1: Choose your shirt. I recommend a dark shirt because the image is less likely to show through to the other side.

Turn your shirt inside out.

Step 2: Starting at the bottom of the sleeve cut as close as you can to the inside of the seam. Work your way to the top of the sleeve until it is separated from the shirt. Repeat to the other side.

Step 2: Starting at the bottom of the sleeve cut as close as you can to the inside of the seam. Work your way to the top of the sleeve until it is separated from the shirt. Repeat to the other side.

Step 3: Cut along the collar of the shirt, this will make the t-shirt a scoop neck. Try the shirt on and if you decide you want a deeper scoop neck, cut along the collar line more until you are satisfied.

Step 3: Cut along the collar of the shirt, this will make the t-shirt a scoop neck. Try the shirt on and if you decide you want a deeper scoop neck, cut along the collar line more until you are satisfied.

Step 4: Cut straight across, about 4 inches above the bottom of your shirt. This will change depending on the desired length of the crop top and the length of the shirt you started with.

Step 4: Cut straight across, about 4 inches above the bottom of your shirt. This will change depending on the desired length of the crop top and the length of the shirt you started with.

Step 5: Decide on what you want your graphic tee to say.

Note: Words are much easier than graphics.

Step 6: Go to www.picmonkey.com to design your image.Note: It works best if you use a transparent background.

Step 6: Go to www.picmonkey.com to design your image.

Note: It works best if you use a transparent background.

Step 7: Once you've designed your image follow the instructions on the package of your transfer paper.

And voila your very own custom graphic tee.

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