Michael's arts and Crafts and Joann fabric's both sell blank, iron on,
D.I.Y printer designed t-shirt emblems, 10 for about $12-15. The shirts
range from $2.50- 5, depending on the sale. That cuts your cost to
between $32-65- Less if you can use a coupon to buy the iron on panels.
I don't how crafty you are, but here's an idea that we use-
an art & technology teacher so this brings both those loves
together :) Your design should be strongly graphic driven and generally
limited to no more than two colors, but we found doing another club
t-shirt that we could use the same technique and use die cut letters for
scrapbooking to write anything we wanted to say neatly and cheaply :)
The only limitation is the size of your screen. Jerry's artarama has
the cheapest inks online Again, if you have a Michael's near you, you
can use one of their great 50% off coupons and that will save you.
Assuming you use salvaged materials to create the screen, it will cost
exactly the same per shirt as the iron ons, but the kids get a sense of
great satisfaction out of creating their own t-shirts.
(I tried to attach a photo of my team's shirt, but the site said it was too big to go through so I can't add it.)
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