Just borrowing a baseball analogy since it is playoff season, but so many of you are truly hitting it out of the park with your heat printing efforts. It’s almost impossible to choose which ones I enjoy the most, there were so many great contributions on the Fashion Show Friday and Show and Tell Saturday on our Facebook pages. Thanks to everyone who took the time to share your work. I know that many of these ideas will inspire others to sell more and to be more creative. You know that you can do anything with your heat press but sometimes you get stuck in a rut. Here are some of the latest and greatest heat printing designs:
These sublimated twill names and numbers can be permanently heat printed without sewing. Thank you Candace Nicole for sharing this very patriotic and inspiring baseball look. Well done!
Here’s a close up of the sublimated twill logos. Thank you Candace Nicole for sharing this great look.
This hoodie has it all, a back print, a hem print, a hood print, a sleeve print and a left chest print. Fantastic work from Todd Downing using a cuttable film, similar to CAD-CUT Premium Plus.
This is a very creative place to put a team logo, on the hood. The kids must really love this hoodie.
And don’t forget the left chest and the sleeve print. Remember, you can offer these additional placements as add-on sales. Some people will want them all, others can pick and choose. It’s a great way to make custom garments more affordable to a wider range of customers.
This team looks ready to dominate thanks to Thermo-FILM. Great job Crissy Caldwell.
Glitter Flake is perfect for custom wedding wear, shared by Teresa Smith. This is just the front!
Here are the flip sides of all these Glitter Flake shirts for Team Bride from Teresa Smith.
Nicole Cravajal shows how you can customize more than one item to create a package of custom items for a client.
Lori Wahlstrom combines Fashion Film and Glitter Flake for a baseball fan t-shirt.
Two color is easy with a two-color transfer from Transfer Express, sent in by Lori Wahlstrom.
Very creative design and personalization with numbers from Vanessa Bauer.
Leticia Lightfoot shares a sentiment in Fashion Film that many understand.
Thanks for putting us in the mood for Halloween with these ThermoFILM designs from Dorothy Broach.