DIY Sports Jersey

| September 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

You’re getting ready to attend or host a tailgating party, but what do you wear? Tailgating parties are one of the most casual parties you can go to, which means your options are endless.

Wearing jeans and a t-shirt or a jersey is a popular look for these types of parties.

However, what if you don’t own a jersey? Jersey’s are not required for tailgating parties, although most football fans usually enjoy wearing their jerseys to represent their favorite teams.

An average price for a jersey is around $50, which can be expensive for some people. If that is the case for you, consider making a jersey yourself.

I found a DIY on how to make a jersey for your favorite team for under $20.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIY Tailgating Jersey:

Supplies:

  • T-shirt
  • Scissors
  • Fabric paint
  • Iron- on letters
  • Iron -on numbers
  • Paint brush
  • Iron- on chalkboard (optional)
  • Letter stencils
  • Iron

*Items can be purchased from Joann’s Fabrics for under $20*

Directions:

First, lay out your t-shirt.

If you’re using the iron- on chalkboard place it on the desired area on the t-shirt. Fold over the other half of the t-shirt and iron the chalkboard in place. Next, take off the sticker.

Now, grab your iron- on letters. Cut out the letters you will be using and place them on the desired section of your t-shirt. Fold over the other half of the t-shirt and iron the letters in place, then carefully take off the stickers.

Use the same process when placing the iron- on numbers.

After, grab your letter stencils. Take the sticker off of the front and the plastic from the back. Stick the stencil on the desired place on the t-shirt.  Paint over the entire stencil, and then carefully pull it off.

After the paint dries, your tailgate jersey is complete!

Watch the full video tutorial here! http://bit.ly/Phghvs

Category: Apartment Life, College Life, Decorating, Entertaining, & Dining, DIY, Special Occasions, Tailgating

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