DIY Glow-In-The-Dark TARDIS Boxers with Free Printable

Are you married to a Dr. Who fan?  I’m super proud to say I have successfully converted my husband and he has been watching it every chance he gets lately.  I really wanted to make him a themed gift for Father’s Day and I also wanted something with just a hint of spice.  Our husbands want to be reminded that we think they’re gorgeous and Father’s Day is a great time to do that.

What better way to say, “I think you’re even hotter as a dad” than with these awesome DIY glow-in-the-dark Tardis boxers?

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These Glow-in-the-dark Tardis boxers are the perfect gift for the nerd in your life (or make a pair for you)!

Materials

These Glow-in-the-dark Tardis boxers are the perfect gift for the nerd in your life (or make a pair for you)!

Step 1

Print out the Tardis picture on your iron-on transfer paper.

These Glow-in-the-dark Tardis boxers are the perfect gift for the nerd in your life (or make a pair for you)!

Step 2

Cut out the picture and prep your boxers by ironing them flat before transferring the picture.

These Glow-in-the-dark Tardis boxers are the perfect gift for the nerd in your life (or make a pair for you)!

Step 3

Remove protective backing from iron-on transfer paper and place where wanted on boxers.

Step 4

Cover with some sort of protective covering such as parchment paper or another piece of fabric.

** Tip: For best results use parchment paper because it won’t stick to the design.

Step 5

Remove covering and allow the boxers to cool.

These Glow-in-the-dark Tardis boxers are the perfect gift for the nerd in your life (or make a pair for you)!

Step 6

Place the outline part of the letter stickers on the boxers to spell “It’s Bigger on the Inside” and then paint with glow-in-the-dark paint.  Allow paint to dry completely and you’re done!

These Glow-in-the-dark Tardis boxers are the perfect gift for the nerd in your life (or make a pair for you)!

** Tip: To help the fabric paint stay, once the paint has dried put in your dryer on medium heat for a full cycle.  This helps to set the paint.

 

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