DIY Screen Printing with Plaid Simply Screen & GIVEAWAY

For Father’s Day this year (I know, I’m a little behind in sharing this) I made my husband, father, and brother a fun “I Turn Grills On” shirt using Plaid Simply Screen Kit. I used the kit that I reviewed on I Heart Nap Time in the winter for this project. I did a write up over there and gave very detailed instructions on how to use the kit, so I’m not going to do that again this time, but it’s really easy and so fun to recreate things or sayings you see online. FOR EXAMPLE…fun DimplePrints printables could be used to make totes, shirts, towels, and more for your next party! AND it’s SOOOO EASY and completely customizable, honestly it’s one of my favorite crafting tools because when you want to make your family or children a shirt with a silly saying on it…all you need is the kit, a printer, and some paper and SOME CREATIVITY!

Here’s what I made the special guys in my life for father’s day….using Old Navy tshirts for $6 woot woot!

ย How cute is this picture of my son? Just saying… ๐Ÿ™‚
My hubby is SO tough, huh?! ๐Ÿ˜‰
The guys really liked their shirts and I had fun making them something special for Father’s Day (even though my baby bro isn’t a dad…he’s a wonderful uncle and an additional role model for my son).
For step by step instructions on making these shirts, visit HERE.

WANT TO WIN YOUR OWN SIMPLY SCREEN KIT?!??! DO YOU?!

Well, let’s make this fun! There are tons of ways to enter…so have at it!ย 

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My name is Carli, owner, designer & creative mind behind DimplePrints. I am married to my high school sweetheart & we have 3 wonderful kids. In the beginning I simply started by wanting to share a piece of our lives with loved ones by sending cards & invitations for special occasions. With the support of family, friends & great customers, it has grown into Dimpleprints.
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Comments

  1. Michelle Smith says:

    I’d make some fun t-shirts for the kids for this summer. Or I might do some family reunion shirts for the kids in my family.

  2. Sarah says:

    Love it!!

  3. Would love this kit to make cute shirts for my little two year old and baby on the way!

  4. Jenn @ Frost Bites says:

    I’ve always wanted to make my own thirst. This would be perfect.

  5. Melinda T says:

    Definitely make tees for my girls!

  6. Kim W says:

    Upcoming 10th birthday party for daughter is Alice in Wonderland themed….she is wanting to come as The Queen of Hearts. I’m thinking “Off with their heads” shirts or some other cool catch phrase from the Hatter. Wow endless possibilities for our upcoming cruise….and back to school….and my husbands birthday….there is no stopping it. hehe

  7. Loren says:

    Love! Would make my husband the grill t for sure!

  8. What a fun idea!

  9. Kat R says:

    I’d make matching tees for my husband and my son!

  10. LaVonne F says:

    I would make a fun shirt for my little girl, who is turning 3 soon! ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. I would love to make a custom abstract and I love my lufa shirt too

  12. OH how I have been dying to try one of these kits…pick me pick me!! I have so many projects I could make with this!!

  13. Devin says:

    I’d make shirts for our family vacation!!!
    (I LOVE the grill shirts, sooo cute!!!)

  14. Bianca Andrea says:

    I would love to win this for my boyfriend!

  15. Shelia Dendy says:

    Would have SO much fun w/ this! I always look for unusual t-shirts but never thought to do it myself! My boys and I would have so much FUN with this!

  16. Mary Alys says:

    I would love to make my toddler some cute shirts or add details to my decorative couch pillows!

  17. I hope I win! I would love to make my own shirts!

  18. Rachel says:

    I would decorate the crap out of my son’s boring white onesies!

  19. BMackey says:

    definitely new clothes for the school year!

  20. Emilee Reynolds says:

    I would make shirtswith my sisters and their kids

  21. Love this and thank you for the chance to win!!

  22. That looks like a lot of fun. I do silkscreening and would love to try it. Thanks for the giveaway!

  23. I would make the cutest custom onesies using my sons artwork.

  24. sarah says:

    I have had my eye on a screen printer for a while. I would make gifts for friends and practice expanding my craft skills.

  25. talina says:

    Love this. Would love to do this for kids.

  26. Tabitha says:

    I’d love to make some pillows with sayings and cute pictures!

  27. I’d make onesie for my daughter to celebrate her support of the Twin Cities Breast Cancer 3Day!

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