DIY Gold Iron On Foil Heart Shirt

How to Make a Gold Foil Iron Transfer Shirt for Valentine's Day

How to Make a Gold Foil Iron Transfer Shirt for Valentine's Day

I’ll let you in on a little secret: we filmed this video over a month ago and I’ve been dying to show you this project! I got this giant roll of gold screenprint foil a while back and it’s so fun to experiment with. You can put it on all kinds of stuff. This little stripey heart shirt is the perfect use for the gold iron on foil, and I decided to make a video to show you that this stuff is totally simple to work with. Take a peek at the video and you’ll see how fast you can make it!

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Make Time: 15 Minutes

FYI, the foil and adhesive come in large quantities, so you could get together with a bunch of besties and make shirts galore! They’re just in time for Valentine’s Day, and perfect to wear all year too. Don’t forget to subscribe to Lovely Indeed’s YouTube channel for lots more video goodness! xoxo

P.S. Another gold foil project!

How to Make a Gold Foil Iron Transfer Shirt for Valentine's Day

How to Make a Gold Foil Iron Transfer Shirt for Valentine's Day

How to Make a Gold Foil Iron Transfer Shirt for Valentine's Day

23 thoughts on “DIY Gold Iron On Foil Heart Shirt”

  1. this is nice, but the foil qualities sold at that link are pretty large. which materials could be used that are available in smaller quantities?

    1. Hi Jenny,
      I tend to use the stuff all the time so I bought in bulk (you can search the site for “gold foil” to find out how else you can use it!). I’ll be on the lookout for smaller quantities and keep you posted!

  2. Great video! I can’t wait to try it out! WhenI click the link for the adhesive, it takes me to a page with tons of options for plastisol ink…Is that the same thing? Which one of those should I buy? Can you please give me a link for the one that you bought? Thanks!

  3. Hi there, can you please tell me which plastisol you used? The choice is so big and it’s my first shirt to ‘goldfoil’, so I thought it’d be better to follow you!

      1. Love this tutorial – but as other commenters have pointed out, the link in the post is not correctly showing the product you used.

        It looks like the link just got broken, because the URL changes from a specific product to a page full of different products: http://www.screenprinting.com/ic-foil-adhesive-for-screen-printing-foil-pint#.Vo79IpMrJcC

        Unfortunately no one can tell which one you used! Any chance you could post an update? I’d love to try this!

        Thanks!

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