Video: Process Behind Fabric Print Transfer: I Transferred My Elephant

Hey guys! A bit late, but nevertheless, here is my video number 4! It is actually a mini lesson on how to transfer inkjet print picture on a t-shirt fabric. I hope you enjoy watching it and after that you will go and make a colorful t-shirt of your own! :) Don’t forget to mirror the picture on your computer before printing it on inkjet paper! :D



I Transferred My Elephant Video

If you do make a t-shirt after watching this little tutorial, please show me the picture of it! I would love to see your creations! :)

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I got so involved into the process of planning and shooting video that I rushed through the printing process… Well, it’s embarrassing, but I forgot to flip the image and realized it only right before ironing it on my t-shirt :D Later on I remembered that humans tend to make mistakes and kept it as it is…


Good Luck Elephant archival print is also freshly available on my Etsy shop:

I also have a brand new Oksancia Facebook Page! I will be posting news, inspirations and behind the scenes pictures over there!


By the way…

The earrings I am wearing in this video are wonderful  Turquoise – Copper Earrings handmade by talented Huismus! Please check out her Etsy shop! I love her jewelry!

I will post a new video next Tuesday! :) See you!

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09 Jun 2011


  • 1. Inna Ogando says:

    Another good idea. But I need the special print paper for that?

  • 2. oksancia says:

    Thank you, Inna! :) Yes, you need a special printer paper which is called “transfer paper”. Mine is for inkjet printer. Good luck with your transfers! :)

  • 3. Araceli says:

    This is great! Maybe I’ll make one for my son, since he loves elephants, especially Rondy ;)

  • 4. oksancia says:

    Thank you very much! I do hope you will email me the picture of your creation! Hello from Rondy to your sweet son! :)

  • 5. Hiba says:

    Thanks for the tutorial, I love it.
    Would you like to tell which Inkjet Printer do you use?

  • 6. oksancia says:

    Sorry it took me a long time to reply. I’m just back to work after the move to USA. I was using Epson R1900 printer and liked it a lot. Good luck! :)

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