As a crafter who finds it difficult to stick with one project, I have a wide range of hobbies.
Some are pointless other than bringing me a spark of joy when I’ve completed it. Others are more practical and provide me with something functional to use when I’m done with the DIY process. The DIY process is fun and rewarding, regardless of whether I’m a beginner or a pro.
One of my current obsessions that I’m considering getting into ate DTF transfers. Yes, ‘DTF’, but it doesn’t stand for what you’re probably thinking. ‘Direct To Film’ transfers are decals that are transferred onto shirts, cups, or anything else you’d like, via heat. Imagine it as screen printing, but with decals printed on a film and then ironed onto.
Online, I found a number of sellers who sell these transfers. You can then add them to shirts you already own. It’s cheap to buy the transfer itself, then you can pick up an inexpensive shirt from Walmart, slap them together and you’ve got a cool new shirt for a relatively lower price.
Many people use this technique to make festive shirts. They can be made for special occasions, holidays or different seasons. Some people use this method to make shirts that they can sell through Etsy and other platforms.
Even though I know that a girl can only have so many shirts, I want to try this.
This Rad Pink A-Framed House in Waco, Texas is a great place to spend a few days.
Spend a few days in a pink Texas holiday home