- Plain white t-shirt
- Computer and printer
- GV logo from the GV website
- Transfer paper (5 sheets for £2.50 from Asda)
Wednesday, 14 September 2011
Making a Giving Voice T-shirt
Another simple idea:
What you will need:
When I held the street fair events I did so wearing a t-shirt with the Giving Voice logo on. I printed this myself so thought I’d share this with you so others could do the same. It’s simple to do and not too expensive.
I bought some transfer paper from Asda and got 5 sheets for £2.50. These sheets are A4 in size and the logo looks good when printed onto them.
I got the logo from the Giving Voice website and made it A4 size in Microsoft word. I typed ‘Speech and Language Therapy Transforms Lives’ myself in a broader font to ensure it would iron onto the t-shirt ok.
You need to make the logo a mirror image (or select print mirror image if your printer allows) to ensure it is the right way when ironed onto the t-shirt.
Then you iron the transfer onto the front (and back?) of the t-shirt and you’re ready to go!
A simple way to get the logo noticed by more people. You never know who might see you wearing it and it can be a good conversation starter (making more opportunities to Give Voice!)