DIY Graphic Tees With Your Favorite Girl Gangs (Free Printable!)
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DIY Graphic Tees With Your Favorite Girl Gangs (Free Printable!)

Here at B+C, we aren’t shy about the fact we are obsessed with celeb girl gangs. (I mean, we dress up like them all the time — there’s our Beyonce and Nicki Minaj Halloween costume, our Taylor Swift #squadgoals Halloween costume, and our Taylor Swift Bad Blood Halloween costume, for starters.) So, we decided to gift you with the ultimate Valentine’s Day present — printables of kick-ass girl gangs. Head over to Forever 21 or H&M to pick up cotton basics to make custom tees for your friends. Can we say best Galentine’s Day DIY gift ever? Um yes!!

Materials + Tools:

girl gang #1 printable

girl gang #2 printable

– cotton t-shirts and/or sweatshirts

– iron-on transfer paper dark and/or light

– iron

– scissors

Instructions:

1. Print out your favorite girl gang printable onto iron-on transfer paper for dark or light colored garments.

2. Cut out your printable and place onto your garment.

3. Iron the decal onto the shirt following the instructions on the packaging.

Print your girl gang onto light or dark iron-on transfer paper (depending on the color of your garment), cut them out and iron them on! Remember to let it cool down before peeling the paper away.

We headed over to Forever 21 to pick up five of the same t-shirts (for $7 each!) to make a tee for each girl in the #squad.

I’ve been waiting for the day where I had an actual reason to turn this image into a printable. Print it out and iron it onto everything.

Want to show off your own gang? Print a photo of your squad onto iron-on paper — grayscale is your best bet for a clean transfer.

Printable iron-ons are so easy! They are so quick that you will definitely have time to make them for your main group of gals before your Galentine’s Day sleepover.

I was so excited for this day to come! Couldn’t stop dancing, but honestly, can I ever? #alwaysdancing

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DIY Production and Styling: Kelly Bryden

Photography: Brittany Griffin and Kurt Andre