SuppliesCotton single-color t-shirt in the color of your choice
Puff fabric paint, in the color of your choice
Iron-on transfers of your favorite Wizard Rock band (the author chose The Remus Lupins)
Iron-onIf you wish to use The Remus Lupins for your shirt, click on the picture for a full-sized image.
InstructionsFind an image of your favorite Wizard Rock band.
Print the image onto iron-on transfer paper, following the manufacturer's instructions.
Go to the Wizard Rock band's website and get tour dates.
Apply the iron-on to the front of your t-shirt, following the manufacturer's instructions.
Using the puff fabric paint, write the band name, the date of tour, the tour dates and locations, and the band's contact information on the back of the t-shirt.
After allowing the paint to dry for the manufacturer's recommended amount of time, you have your very own Wizard Rock Tour Shirt to enjoy!
CreditGingin77's pattern was taken with permission.
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