WOOHOO….how about a little Hornet pride!! Oh yeah, I’m all about supporting the team so as usual, I made little man his own little T-shirt to wear to his biggest brother’s first game.
First, you need the supplies.
- Hanes Toddler Boy 3 Pack T-Shirts
- Avery-Dennison Clear Avery Iron-On-T-Shirt Transfers
- Iron, printer
So basically, all I did was find a football picture of Tyler and since I’ve only seen him practice, I used one of those that I took. Then I found a football font that was more kiddiefied. I used my simple free paint.net program and made my design on a standard 8 1/2 x 11 template. I used my trusty AdesClrPicker and went to the Hornets website to get the exact green they use, which is a perfect match! I created a front and back design using big brother’s football number on the back!
Yes, I do have Adobe Photoshop CS3 but sometimes it’s much easier and quicker to use this paint program.
After the design is finished, print it using the “mirror” option and cut around as close as you can to the design. Iron on as instructions state and within a few minutes, you have a cute little “hornet”!
Here’s the before and after……………
And here’s what they look like on little man!
Just in case you’re wondering, the Hornets won 61-24…..Do I smell a skunk? Bwahahahahah! I was worried at first glance because some of them boys on the other team looked like they were taking prohormones or something. Big fellas!