DIY t-shirt DIYs

DIY Rose Patch Tee Inspired by Aimee at Song of Style

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I’ve been peeping lots of fun patch tees lately, some randomly placed – and others specifically placed over the chest area (ahem boobs) and actually, I think it’s pretty cute.

Aimee from Song of Style created and sells a Rose Tits Tee which has pretty red roses embroidered to the front of pink and white t-shirts which she released last October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month (she donates 50% of the proceeds from the Rose Tits T-shirt to support women with breast cancer), which is amazing… BUT I love the idea and just happen to have picked up a handful of black and silver near-vintage rose patches from a local thrift store last year and now I finally have a use for two of them.

I have to say that this rose patch tee came out even cuter than I thought it would BUT I think it’s important that the t-shirt is oversized and fits loosely, or else it becomes a little too provocative and loses its irony… in my opinion, of course. It may be too much for some tastes regardless, BUT it’s cute and I love the idea of wearing it for Breast Cancer Awareness, whether its pink or not, I think the point is obvious.


rose tits tee
rose tits t-shirt

PHOTOS/INSPIRATION VIA : Aimee Song via Song of Style ~ Rose Tits Tee

Here’s What You Need…


Try on your shirt and mark where you want your roses to go

NOTE: be sure to wear the bra you’d most likely wear with the shirt, or if braless, mark accordingly

Turn your iron on (follow iron-on instructions if they come with your patches)

Place your patches on your tee, cover with a protective layer of thin material (like a cotton sheet), press and hold your iron down over the patches for 40-60 seconds without moving your iron back and forth.

NOTE: Don’t use any steam

Turn your tee inside out and repeat the step above.

NOTE: I found that I could move my iron back and forth while inside out and it helped set the adhesive a little better.

Allow the applique or embroidered patch to cool down.


And… Voila!

Jacket by Blank Denim

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Have Fun!

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Maegan Tintari

LA native & lifestyle blogger Maegan Tintari writes daily at sharing beauty & style secrets, including fashion DIYs, how-to nail art manicures, hair tutorials, recipes & home decorating ideas, as well as a look into her personal life, her journey & battle with infertility & recent relocation to the mountains by a lake in search of a better life with her adorable French Bulldog brothers, Trevor and Randy.

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