DIY Vintage Bunny Iron-on T-shirt

DIY-bunny-shirt-main on aliceandlois.comWe are loving the ease of iron-on transfer paper to create our very own fashions. I have to admit that I really enjoy the simplicity of this project and the end result. Seriously, create your own graphic t-shirt in minutes!

As Easter is right around the corner, Melissa designed a vintage-inspired bunny to use as an iron-on.  I wanted a spring t-shirt for Harper to wear with one of my skirts I had made for her (from our Etsy shop).

Read more for the free printable and instructions!

Supplies: iron-on transfer paper // t-shirt // printable bunny iron-on

Instructions:

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Step 1: Print the bunny design (printable bunny iron-on) on iron-on transfer paper. Cut out the design leaving a quarter inch around the edges.

Step 2: Follow instructions on iron the paper packaging to iron on the design to t-shirt.

Now you have the perfect Spring T!

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Enjoy,

Sara

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All photos by Sara Albers and graphics by Melissa Fenlon for alice & lois design studios. All rights reserved.

Note: The free iron-on printable is for personal use only.

 

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24 Comments

  1. soo cute! Perfect for easter egg hunt 🙂 any chance of making a fox too? 🙂

  2. Natalie M. says:

    This is too cute! If you wanted to do letters would you have to cut them out separately and put them on backwards? Thanks!

    1. Yes, you would have to print them backwards, but you don’t have to do them separately. Enjoy!

    1. Hi Siobhan –
      I have just done the image in black on the grey t-shirt. But it should work well in other colors as well!

  3. sorry if this seeems a silly thing to ask but can you use the iron on transfers for t-shirts on other things like tote bags?thanks

  4. hi,
    just wondering if this is machine washable and durable?

    thanks 🙂

    1. They are machine washable. I have found that drying inside out makes them wear better.

  5. So adorable- would love to do for my 5 year old daughter but when I tried to download it, it did not work!

  6. Hi there! Last year I used your iron on and made adorable shirts and was trying to download the bunny again this year to make one for my new baby and it isn’t working 🙁

    1. Hi Jen, just sent you the download. You have to click on “printable bunny iron-on design” (in the smaller text) then it appears and you can drag to your desktop. Sorry for the confusion. Let me know if you didn’t receive the email. Glad you like the cute little bunny!
      –Melissa

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