Heat Printing Makes One-Of-A-Kind Possible

With a heat press and heat transfer vinyl, you can create custom shirts for any one, any size. Shirts designed and heat pressed by Sarah Montreuil of Stahls’.

There really aren’t too many ways you can create unique, one-of-a-kind shirts (that people actually want to wear) except for heat printing. This is especially true when it comes to printing odd-sized items, such as baby onesies or toddler t-shirts. Which is why I wanted to share these very cute and unique shirts that were custom made for a two-year-old’s birthday party. Created by Sarah Montreuil, Concept Development Senior Technician at Stahls’, she used a variety of CAD-CUT heat transfer vinyls to custom heat print these three very creative shirts. If you have a heat press and a vinyl cutter, you are ready to say yes to any customer. Sarah used shapes and clip art to create the designs and the font is Stahls’ Marker Font.  She used a variety of Stahls’ CAD-CUT heat transfer vinyls, including CAD-CUT Fashion Film® Electric, Fashion-FILM® Heat Transfer Vinyl, and one of our new GlitterFlake colors, medium pink. The shark eyes were created with Stahls’ Thermo-FLOCK. The how-to video at the end of the post shows you more information on using Fashion Film Electric to create shirts. As always, if you have any questions on using heat transfer vinyl to create custom shirts, we are happy to help you.

You can make kids happy with custom t-shirts and heat transfer vinyl. This design features Stahls’ new Fashion Film Electric Green.

It’s easy to create custom shirts with heat transfer vinyl and your heat press.

Note how the design can be easily modified for each child. This would be hard to duplicate with any other decorating method. This designe features Stahls’ new GlitterFlake color Medium Pink.

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