Emoji Polo Shirt and Pins DIY
Almost everyone I know has a favorite emoji. Mine is the ice cream and the hear-no-evil monkey! With a home computer you can update an old polo shirt or make a ton of pins for your backpack and favorite jacket.
Pins and my favorite polo
Cereal Box Cardboard
These pins are made from simple cereal box cardboard and images printed out on a home computer. That easy!
Me in my favorite emoji polo shirt
Heat transfer paper rocks!
Whenever I want to transfer an image onto fabric I use . TAP stands for Transfer Artist Paper. There are tons of others on the market that also work well. Check out Avery for a nice array of heat transfer products, too. Print out your images from a regular home computer on the TAP and then iron on plain white cotton. Cut out and then use Lesley Riley's TAP iron on fabric glue to add them to your shirts. Stitchless
Short Video Tutorial
Watch this short video tutorial to see just how I made these emoji pins and polo.