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Hi Friends! I have a fun 100 Days of School shirt idea to share with you. Over the weekend, Sawyer and I made this cute “Bugging My Teacher for 100 Days!” shirt for him to wear for the 100th day. I created the design and made it into an iron on transfer. It was really very easy to make. I wanted to share the free printable design with you so hopefully you can use it too. Below are the quick and easy step-by-step instructions.
Before beginning this 100 days shirt DIY craft you will need a few items.
Iron On Transfer Paper (for inkjet printers)
Hot Glue Gun and Glue
100 Days of School Shirt Idea
Step 1: First, download the 100 Days design in my Just Add Confetti free printable library. There are two different graphics available—one for the words and another design of all bugs. Print both of these pages on Iron On Transfer Paper.
Step 2: Working on the front of the shirt first, cut around the edges of the words and bugs. Following the instructions included with the Iron On Transfer Paper, place the word graphic face down on the front of the shirt and iron it in place. Note: Make sure you have heavy cardboard inside the shirt before you begin ironing.
Step 3: Next, cut out individual bugs (or groups of bugs) from the printable page with all bugs. Sawyer and I liked having a mix of both 3D plastic bugs and the iron on bug graphics so we did a mix of about 50 each (to get to 100 total bugs on the shirt). Place these iron on bug graphics face down all over the shirt and iron them in place.
Step 4: Then, flip the shirt over and iron more bugs on the back.
Step 5: After you have finished ironing all of the iron on transfer art to the shirt it’s time to add the 3D plastic bugs! Apply hot glue to the plastic bugs and place them all over the shirt to complete the look! How cute! Your “Bugging My Teacher for 100 Days!” shirt is done!
I hope you have enjoyed this 100 Days of School Shirt Idea. If you make this shirt, I’d love to see it. Please follow along on Instagram and tag me. I love connecting with all of you and seeing your awesome creations!
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