You are flooding us with your heat printing examples and I wish I could repost ALL of them here. Instead I picked out a few I found interesting for a variety of reasons, which I mention in the caption. Thanks again for all your sharing, it goes to show you that heat printing truly is a versatile and profitable way to create custom apparel. I also want to remind you to check the new StahlsTV schedule for October. There are 2 night classes on the schedule. Also, if there is some aspect of custom apparel decoration that you would like to learn about and you don’t see it listed, mention it in a comment. We are always looking to provide you with the educational information you want and need. And now, please be as inspired by these heat printing examples as I was:
I always enjoy seeing how you use CAD-COLOR SuperTEK Opaque. Thanks for this creative design from Mark Bolin. Extra points for the vertical lettering on the sleeve.
This was an unusual graphic placement that I thought others should see. Leslie Shadoff printed these colors using FashionFilm.
A fantastic looking Goof Proof transfer from Transfer Express sent to us by Sharon Wiemers-Huband. Well done.
Nancy Moran-Julian with another great Cheer Mom design featuring GlitterFLAKE and ThermoFILM. I really like to see mixed media designs.
Another mixed media effort using GlitterFlake and FashionFilm from Travis Killough. Cross country is a sport with a lot of heart and this mom must wear this with pride.
Don’t forget you can print jackets! Kristen Perkus uses ElastiPrints from Transfer Express to get the job done.
This eagle couldn’t be more proud of its GlitterFlake vest. Great use of Glitter by Laurie Marie Valdez.
Another great example of transfers that Glow in the Dark, from Transfer Express, sent to us by Katherine Black. Perfect for under the Friday night lights.
Kelley Waltz offered her customer two different versions of this design. One in GlitterFlake and one in Fashion Film.
I’ve never seen a stadium seat heat printed with GlitterFlake before, but Gail Resser shows us that it can be done. I hope you gave the owner of this chair a stack of your business cards, it will generate a lot of referrals.