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Make the cutest Valentines shirts with free DIY Valentines Day T-shirt transfers

Posted by  ·  February 1, 2018  ·  Last Updated: February 1, 2018

Today I am sharing the most darling Valentines shirts!  DIY Valentines Day T-shirt transfers a great way to get one last wear out of those almost-grown-out-of shirts AND get cute Valentines Day shirts, without feeling guilty that they might only wear it a few times. We love celebrating Valentines Day from cute things to wear to the cutest printable Valentines Cards.  Don’t miss all the fun printable Valentines.

If you are interested in more DIY shirts tie dye shirts are always a hit.  You can even use a squirt gun .  My little girl and her friends a blast with this method.  You can even use sharpies . Make them Valentines day shirts by using red and pink!

Valentines Shirts

Seven fun transfers for you to choose from – great for both guys and gals, big and small. These are the cutest DIY Shirts! They would make a great Valentines Day gift.  I personally love the simple modern shirt designs. They are all shown on short sleeve shirts but also work well on long sleeve shirts. Who wouldn’t love a Valentines Day shirt?

valentines day shirts

DIY Shirts

Simply print the design onto a t-shirt transfer, cut, and follow directions for your transfer to iron onto a coordinating (or white) t-shirt. Be sure to use a t-shirt transfer “For Dark Shirts,” and prewash shirt before transferring the design – I love the quality and price of Printworks T-Shirt Transfers (affiliate link).  Use the resizing feature on your printer settings to create a smaller or larger transfer, great for grown-up shirts and infant onesies too! Don’t forget to also use the print in reverse feature on your printer.

Valentines Day Shirts

Click the link above the photo to download the design of your choice.

Valentines Shirt You’re Sweet

Valentines Day Shirt Hoo Will Be My Valentine Pink

Valentines Day Shirt Hoo Will Be My Valentine Teal

Valentines Shirt I love MOM

Valentines Day Shirt Kiss Me

Valentines Day Shirt I love DAD

Valentine Shirt Be Mine

These darling shirts are designed by Jen of Little Sprout Creations, party goods, and stationery design studio. She is a mom of two toddler daughters. She loves designing cute (and affordable!) graphic tees for them using t-shirt transfers and t-shirts from their closets.  Need a different color or size? Contact [email protected] for more information. Love these designs? Coordinate with our printable Valentine’s Art Prints and DIY Valentine’s Gifts.

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  1. color switch
    Sunday, February 4th, 2018
    Thanks for your sharing. Thank you!
  2. Lindsay
    Sunday, February 2nd, 2014
    Hi! These are so cute. Are they available in reverse images? I was unable to use it as an iron-on because it's backwards...or, er, *not* backwards. :-)
    • Cindy
      Wednesday, January 31st, 2018
      Lindsey, use the reverse printing option on your printer. That should work.
  3. Angela
    Friday, February 10th, 2012
    I have a whole pack of unused "for light fabric" iron-on transfer paper...will that work? I hope so!! :)
    • Cindy
      Wednesday, January 31st, 2018
      Angela I think it is worth a try! These DIY shirts are so cute.
  4. Becky
    Tuesday, February 7th, 2012
    Thanks for the great images! Is there a way to reverse them, when I printed it on my transfer paper it comes out backwards~
    • Cindy
      Wednesday, January 31st, 2018
      Becky you can choose the reverse printing option on your printer.
  5. Sarah Stevener
    Tuesday, February 7th, 2012
    So stinkin' CUTE! Love!
  6. Kellie Smith
    Tuesday, February 7th, 2012
    What a terrific post! Love them all, thanks for sharing! :)
  7. Lydia
    Tuesday, February 7th, 2012
    I love these! I am expecting my first child any day now and would love to make a few Valentine's onesies for her, using these designs. Would you mind to explain to me how I can resize them to fit on a 0-3 month onesie?
    Thank you so much!
    • Cindy
      Wednesday, January 31st, 2018
      Lydia, email Jen and she can help you out.