I love creating custom Disney shirts for my boys. It’s a fun way for them to coordinate on trips without totally matching which by the way is not cool for 7 year olds. Q doesn’t want to wear the EXACT same shirt as his little brother. We are headed to the Disney Social Medial Mom Celebration and I wanted to make a few fun new shirts for them to wear. I decided to upgrade my standard DIY Mickey head shirt with a fun avengers themed version. I made Elliot an easy DIY Hulk shirt to wear. He’s gonna debut it at his Hulk themed birthday party this weekend and I’ll be sure to pack it for our Disney World trip next month!
I bought a custom hulk shirt graphic on Etsy for $4. I know I could make something myself using Pic Monkey and available clip art but 1) I think it would have taken me a long time and 2) My design wouldn’t have been as cute.
Etsy was the easy peasy route. Plus my time, sanity and the ability to use the file again next year is well worth the $4 investment.
All you need is iron on transfers and a blank t-shirt (affiliate link). I typically find my shirts at dollar stores or Target and Walmart on clearance. I am always looking for cheap blank t-shirts for these type of projects.
My biggest tip is to follow the directions when using iron on transfers. Some iron on transfers require the image to be printed in reverse (like this one), others want it printed normally. Iron on transfers are really easy to use.
That’s it. Print, Iron, Done. You now have a super cute DIY Hulk Shirt!
If you are interested in other DIY shirts don’t miss my my DIY LEGO shirts with free templates, no Etsy purchase required!