Twin with your spouse with these DIY ‘King’ and ‘Queen’ anniversary tee shirts by using this simple tutorial and only a few minutes of your time.
A friend of mine was celebrating a huge milestone anniversary and going to a Backstreet Boys concert. She wanted to surprise her husband with matching tee shirts.
This is a little design so you can use scraps to complete the project! If you have a stretchy material I suggest using SportFlex iron on but these were just cotton so I just used the Everyday Iron On.
What you Need for Your Anniversary Tee Shirts
- Two Tee Shirts
- Everyday Iron On
- This Cut File
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Heat up your EasyPress or iron and iron it on according to the settings of the materials you are using. I used Everyday iron on with cotton tee shirts so I heated it up to 320. Heat the shirt for 5 seconds and then iron it on for 30 seconds.
I typically wait until the iron on is cool before peeling it off. This is a trick I learned at the Make-a-thon that Cricut hosts. Most of the time, you can do a ‘cold peel’ and it works out better. There are a few exceptions but I’ve found it works often.
Once it is peeled off, you are done! If you have a shirt with a pocket this little design would work great for that. I’ll be making my husband and me one of these too!