No prob, here are some pics.
Here is how I use the hanger and template. Try to line up the marker at the bottom center of the neckline with the center of the garment… while using the circled points and yellow lines as additional guides. In this case the whole thing needs to scoot left a bit.
As an additional guide I put the ruler across the shirt, from the very bottom of the sleeve seam on one side to the other. I consider this the reference level for the design placement, and so try to keep the cardboard template parallel to the ruler.
Of course for that level to be trustworthy the shirt needs to be flat, with the seams on the sides in the same place. Scooting the garment around, flattening it, and evening it out take the most time in application, at least for me. Once the garment is as even as it can be, the template is quick to use.
Here’s how I place the bottom ruler. It and all other references possible are based on touching the INSIDE of a hem.
The front of the template shows an outline of the design and some kind of hole so you can see to line it up and stick it in place.
This slot is too narrow, I should have cut a bigger hole in the middle so I could put my finger down easier and detach the transfer from the sticky strip on the back of the cardboard.
Back of a template showing tape strip with a small bit of repositionable adhesive, and a transfer stuck in place. The transfer itself is sticky and will stick to the garment, which is hugely helpful. But you need to press it down well first, so don’t make your holes too small.
Hope that helps.