What you will need:
Foam paint brush
Find your graphic and either print it to the size you need using your printer or if you find an image that you cannot print take a piece of paper and lay it over your computer screen and trace the image onto a sheet of paper.
Take a piece of freezer paper and place on top of the image shiny side down.
Place on top of a cutting board and tape the two pieces of paper together so the two don't shift. Trace along the lines with the exacto knife and leave the areas in tact that should show the t-shirt color and not the paint
Place it in the desired spot on the t-shirt and iron it down on medium heat. I don't place anything over the paper because I want to make sure it doesn't move and it turns out great.
Place a piece of cardboard behind the image that you will be painting. You don't want the paint to bleed through to the other side. I cut out a side from a cereal box and it was perfect.
I would dip my paint brush into the paint and then brush it off a little because I was going for a washed out vintage tee look.
I lightly blotted it on until I got the light covereage that I wanted.
Allow to dry at least 24 hours before peeling the freezer paper off.
And then carefully remove the paper to reveal the finished image.
There you have it! A perfect fitting vintage graphic tee for less than $5.
I love it so much! I know my friends are going to see me coming and say, "she's wearing her "y'all" shirt again!"