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If you don’t want to spend too much time, let the professional do the work. Contact a local printer or chose one of the various online printing services. Share your idea, get some advice, bring/send your garment to the shop and get your personalized item back a few days later. The best thing about it: the print is not too expensive and can be done very last minute (always a good idea if you´re looking for a last minute gift)!
Time to bring out your iron! You don´t need any advanced ironing skills, only some letter patches or heat shrink films. Place them on your garment and start ironing it on.
For the artists among us who might want to create the lettering on their own this is a great alternative. First of all prepare a template. You can either draw the letters or symbols on your own or create a digital layout and print it. Transfer your artwork onto cardboard by producing a print through on baking paper: overlay your template with the baking paper and surround the contours of your letters with a thick pencil. Cut out the letters with a razor knife. Put the template on your clothing and begin blazoning the letters on with textile colours. Ensure your shirt is constantly stretched.
In case common textile colours are not your thing, use a spray can to personalize your hoodie or whatever. Create a template as per above! The sprayed colour creates an even cooler look!