More Heat Printing Ideas

Nancy Moran-Julian used Metallic Fashion Film to heat print this patriotic look.

Thanks for sharing your latest heat printing examples with us on the Stahls’ All Things Heat Printing Facebook page. We always enjoy seeing what you’ve been up to with your heat press. As always, we are more than impressed by your creativity and professional work. We hope everyone had a fantastic weekend. Did anyone attend the Imprinted Sportswear Show in Houston? If you did and you stopped by our booth, we are very appreciative. Thank you again to everyone who shared what you’ve been up to with your heat press this past week. Everyone is welcome to share. It’s even better if you mention which CAD-CUT materials you used or if you used custom transfers or any part of your heat printing story. We are always looking for great stories. If you have one about how you’ve built your heat printing custom apparel business and would like to have someone from our marketing department contact you, just leave a comment and we will be in touch.

This is a perfect example of why you need a heat press. Irene Bott printed this sleeve with CAD-CUT Fashion Film.

Nancy Julian-Moran used Fashion Film for the pink and green and CAD-COLOR media with her VersaCamm VSI-300 for the middle print..

A onesie one-off is another excellent reason to own a heat press. Thank you Carol Williams for sharing.

Gina Seibel shows us how good Silver Metallic looks on a pink t-shirt.

Puns are always good, especially this one from Kelley Waltz, made with Fashion Film.

This intricate design from Demory June, made with Vegas Gold Fashion Film had a lot of comments. People loved it.

Another crowd favorite was this design by Devon Fournier, created with Premium Plus.

Yenny Richardson was very busy this past week. These are just a few of the heat printed items she shared.

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