DIY Lego Movie T-Shirts

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If there is one thing I can tell you for certain…finding Lego Movie stuff is near impossible. I cannot find a T-shirt instore, a poster, and barely even a Lego set. The Lego Movie stuff has been picked over, and there is just nothing left.  You would think that with the release of the DVD everyone would be well stocked up, but it my town that jut isn’t the case.  So since I cannot find a t-shirt for my kids, we decided to make them!

I picked up a package of 5 white T-shirts and a package of Avery Iron On Printable Paper.  Then I went to The Lego Movie website and downloaded the Sticker Images, but there are lots of different places you can get images from on the Lego website.  Look around for some great ones, and check out The Lego Movie Summer Camp Post Card Maker for Bigger Images.  They would make a fantastic graphic t-shirt.  

The Lego Movie Postcard

Hint:  If you’re savvy with your editing program, you can cut and paste the images around to fill up the entire sheet of paper, and not waste any of it. The paper costs about $1.25/sheet.  I use a free download called to edit all my images.

How To Make Your Own Lego Movie T-Shirts



  • T-Shirts (I used white, but black would be great too.  Orange would be fantastic if you can find it!)
  • Iron On Transfer Paper
  • Computer & Printer well stocked with Ink
  • Iron
  • Towel
  • Scissors


1. Preshrink your T-shirts.  Wash, dry and iron them so they are ready to go.

2. Print your images….REMEMBER TO INVERT ANY IMAGES WITH WORDS…if not, the words will appear backwards on your t-shirt.

3. Cut out your images and place them where you would like them to appear on the t-shirt

4. Iron them on according to the package directions from your transfer paper. READ THE DIRECTIONS – Most will tell you not to use an ironing board, but to do it over a towel on a hard, flat surface.  And how long to hold the iron down on the transfer.


5. Peel off the paper, carefully.  I find it easier to peel off when they’re still hot, but again.  Follow the directions of the transfers you buy.



Now you have your very own Lego Movie T-Shirts!


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  1. Judy C (Judy Cowan) says:

    They look great and a fun activity to do with the kids!

  2. mrdisco1 says:

    lots of Lego Movie sets at granted some are on back order, but it’s still available (also get cashback through ebates or gcr when ordering online)

  3. Victoria Ess says:

    His t-shirt looks awesome! Great job!

  4. Darlene Schuller says:

    now thats a truly exciting activity for kids!! I love his shirt and he looks very handsome in it :)

  5. mrdisco1 says:

    cute t shirts!

  6. Laurie bowmaster says:

    Looks fun!

  7. I love those iron on ‘s so adorable

  8. mongupp says:

    Oooh can u make some for me?? Great idea!

  9. Jeff Skidmore says:

    What a great idea! Must try this sometime!!

  10. Very good idea.I should have one of these shirts!

  11. Wayne Lecoy says:

    I liked your DIY Lego Movie T-Shirts post.
    This is a great idea.

  12. Darlene W says:

    This looks like a fabulous We are definitely doing these this summer with the grandkids

  13. Carol Denny says:

    Great t-shirts.The boys would love them!

  14. My son absolutely loves Lego and this movie was a huge hit in our house. Cannot wait to make him a shirt or two.

  15. Crystal Englot says:

    Oh wow this is very cool! I am going to have to do this with my son

  16. Kim O'Malley says:

    I found Lego movie tshirts at Walmart for $8!

  17. Deborah Adams says:

    love this.l.want to make one for my grandson

  18. My son would love this. I’ll have to buy it!

  19. Angela Mitchell says:

    This looks like a fun family activity especially for a rainy day.

  20. angie andrews says:

    that looks like a great family activity, my kids would love this

  21. Love DIY activities like this!

  22. so creative

  23. These are great! My nephew would love them!

  24. Super cute and what a fantastic idea!! May have to try this. Would be a fun rainy day activity.

  25. neat idea must try

  26. Corry L. says:

    Very cool idea. My son would love this!

  27. kathy downey says:

    Great job,t-shirt looks awesome!

  28. Natasha Dallaire says:

    defenetly something i’ll do this summer qith my son

  29. Awesome job – this would be a great – “Mom, I’m bored” summer activity to do with the kids and their friends!

  30. Great idea!! AWESOME!!

  31. Christina S says:


  32. Crystal Young says:

    This looks like fabulous.We are definitely doing these this summer with my sons.

  33. That’s awesome and easy too!

  34. Sylvie Daigle says:

    Great idea!!

  35. That’s an awesome idea and one that my grandsons will absolutely love.

  36. Pretty cool t-shirt great job :)

  37. Vicki Davidson says:

    Oh pretty cool t’s.

  38. My oldest son (yes he’s 14) is going to go nuts over this shirt idea! I know what we’ll be doing this weekend! It may become his entire t-shirt wardrobe!

  39. Mark Rutledge says:

    Fantastic idea for a rainy day this summer!

  40. What a great idea to make your own tee shirts!

  41. What an awesome idea, my daughter would love to make her own shirt!

  42. Pat Drouillard says:

    cool t-shirts,and made by yourself

  43. Eric Henderson says:

    I’ll have to try this with my son. Looks great!

  44. Oh my goodness! I want one of those for myself! Do I have to share?

  45. Wow what an awesome idea!

  46. Mike Gismondi says:


  47. I will have to make my son a shirt too as he loves the lego movie! thank you!

  48. That’s super cool!

  49. What a smart idea to make one yourself. It turned out cute, and you have a pretty cute model too. ;)

  50. Awesome idea!

  51. Haylie Langwald says:

    That seems really easy to do!

  52. Theresa Michalik says:


  53. Viv Sluys says:

    That is so cool! I’m going to do this for my nephews birthday present at the end of August if I can’t find any cool Lego movie stuff at the stores around here. Great idea!

  54. melanie Borhi says:

    I think this is a very creative idea for the kids, and some adults as well it really personalizes the shirt to make it there own to show off , I think its great

  55. Brandi Y. says:

    My son would love a shirt like this! How fun and creative :)

  56. JaimeeM says:

    Where would I go about purchasing the transfer paper for this craft? Michaels craft supply??

  57. that looks awesome my son would love to make shirts like that

  58. Christy Martin says:

    Great idea and probably a fraction of the cost of purchasing ready made shirts. Nice to have an original!

  59. My son would LOVE one of these shirts!

  60. I love DIY Tshirts since you can make them they way you want, and they are original no one else will have one, so you will not see 20 people wearing the same shirt, I’m glad he likes his Tshirt, looks wonderful!!

  61. kathy downey says:

    This is a shirt the kids are sure to love !

  62. Love the tshirt. I love to make tshirts.

  63. What a fun shirt to add to your child’s wardrobe!

  64. Betty S says:

    Thanks for the great idea, inexpensive and lots of fun

  65. Jeanette Jackson says:

    I’ll have to try this for my grandson. He loves this movie.

  66. Tanya C says:

    great summer activity

  67. Margot C says:

    That is such a cool project. We did something like that with Alysia with Hello Kitty (like she needed more Hello Kitty) and she loved it.

  68. Denise Klay says:

    Just when i thought my son had everything on a t-shirt he loves to play….I find him something new thanks…Love these Lego Movie shirts.

  69. Hey that’s pretty awesome!

  70. cute!! Love these!

  71. What fun to be able to make these, well done

  72. This is all kinds of awesome!! I totally forgot about Iron On Printable Paper…..definitely getting a hold of some. I’ve got some great shirt designs in mind for my girl. Might even surprise big brother with one too!

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