Sunflower shirt – DIY

#diy, beauty and fashion, Random

I still have a little sunflower obsession and because I haven’t done a DIY-project for quiet a while, I thought it was about time to do one. Because of my sunflower obsession I really wanted to have a sunflower shirt. But I didn’t want to buy one so I crafted my own one.

When I was younger my mum bought this special paper for me. You printed a picture on to this paper and then you could iron it onto a t-shirt. As I said I didn’t want to buy anything for this DIY-project so I went on Pinterest and found the perfect little DIY-solution.

You will need:

  • a napkin of your choice (I went for sunflowers)
  • cling film
  • a t-shirt
  • baking parchment
  • flat iron



First of all I cut my favourite sunflower out. Then I peeled of the two white extra layers of the napkin and got rid of them. After that I cut two squares of cling film out and added one underneath and one on top of my sunflower. The squares have to be a little bit bigger than the cut-out sunflower, but not too big because you can see the cling film-mark later.

Take your baking parchment and place one paper underneath the first layer of your t-shirt and one on top of your sunflower. Iron the sunflower for 10 seconds. Then peel of the baking parchment and finished is your sunflower t-shirt

I love my new t-shirt and I think it looks so cute together with my dungarees. I think this is such an easy but fun DIY and you can create so many amazing t-shirts. Apparently this should last for a long time and you can even throw it into your washer.

What do you think of this little DIY-idea? Let me know in the comments below.

Love, x



42 thoughts on “Sunflower shirt – DIY

  1. I use to do that all the time when I was little! I also had crayons that you could iron onto clothes! I absolutely LOVE how this came out! It looks so stylish with the overalls! ❤

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