Ever since my six year old daughter found out that she was going to have a new baby sister two years back, she has been on the hunt for matching outfits for the two of them. When they were smaller it was much easier to find coordinating shirts or pajamas, but as they’re getting larger, its becoming increasingly difficult. As a way to combat our struggle, I’ve set out to make some sweet DIY matching shirts.
Now, I would normally use my Cricut and heat transfer vinyl to create these shirts, but I realize that not everyone may have access to a machine like this. Thankfully, there’s another way to create your own personalized shirts that is much more cost effective and easy enough for anyone to complete them: iron-on transfer paper!
- White T-Shirts
- Easy On Fabric Transfer Paper
- Sassy Pants DIY Matching Shirts Printable
Step One. Download the sassy pants image and print it on the transfer paper. I’ve already flipped the image so you won’t need to do it if you choose to use the image I’ve created. If you make your own image, make sure to print it as a mirror image. Let the ink dry for at least a minute before proceeding.
After you create these adorable DIY matching shirts for your girls, make yourself a custom DIY shibori kimono!
More Project Ideas
Katie is the writer and creator at Sweet Rose Studio, a blog dedicated to sharing the best crafts, recipes, DIY/home tutorials, and anything else that promotes a happy home. She is so blessed to be a wife to her high school sweetheart and mother to their three sweet, crazy kids. In her past life she was an elementary school teacher, but now is a stay-at-home-momma by trade and absolutely adores it. Katie has a passion for party planning and styling and can regularly be found with a sippy cup in one hand and a glue gun in the other with her camera hanging around her neck.