In honor of Dr. Seuss week in my kindergarteners class, he needed to dress as a character from one of the books. I only found about about this three days ago, so I knew I needed a quick solution.
- Two red shirts
- Dark fabric heat transfer paper, for the printer
- my home printer, scissors, and an iron
I Googled a Thing One and Thing Two image and printed them directly onto my heat transfer paper.
*UPDATE* For instructions on how to create your own Thing 1 Thing 2 graphics using PicMonkey, see my tutorial HERE.
He was so excited to go to school, he said his was going to be the best day ever!
Many of you have enjoyed this project, and have had a few questions along the way, so I thought I’d help out a bit with the most common ones. Feel free to email me if you need to know something I don’t mention-
1. Where did I get the transfer paper?
I bought mine at Joann’s Fabrics, but the actual company that makes the paper is called June Tailor, HERE is a direct link to the paper page
2. Do you need a special printer?
I don’t think so, I just used my home inkjet printer and it worked fine. I suggest reading the manufactures instructions though on the paper just to make sure yours will work
3. Where did I find the images?
I just did a Google search of Thing One logo and Thing Two logo to find them.