Let the Games and the Bling Begin!

The shirts shown here combine a Transfer Express Easy Prints® layouts with one of their new rhinestone transfers. If you are combining any of the layouts with rhinestones and incorporating them into the design, let us know and we will create an easy to align spot them. First apply the transfer using the provided instructions, and then it is easy to position the rhinestone transfer since it is on a clear carrier. Cover both the ink and rhinestone transfer with a cover sheet and apply with the rhinestone transfer instructions.

On July 27, 2012, the  Summer Olympics will officially open in London. Over the next two weeks, you may find that folks are looking for patriotic wear for viewing parties or just to show their spirit of Team USA. And if they’re trendy, they will want it to have some bling. Yesterday I received a comment on my blog from Susan at blingedup.com who was looking for ways to combine custom transfers with rhinestones. I know she’s not the only one out there. In fact, Sue W. at Transfer Express recently posted on that exact topic just the day before. So I am sharing some of Transfer Express’s photos and custom transfer and rhinestone transfer combination ideas. With a heat press you can create just about any kind of custom shirt. As to the Olympic theme, Sue brought up some good points…don’t forget that both the Olympic rings and the word Olympics are licensed and permission from the Olympic committee is required before using. But there are still many ways you can create shirts in the “spirit of the Olympics”

Another rhinestone transfer from Transfer Express combined with a Transfer Express Easy Print design. You can come up with your own combinations, just let the rep know you are going to combine and they will make sure an “easy align” spot is left open in the design.

without using those items. Enjoy the games everyone…go Team USA!

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2 comments

  1. Sue says:

    Do you offer any individual Spirit of the Olympics shirts for sale at your facility?

  2. Ted says:

    Hi Sue,
    We don’t sell shirts at our facility, we provide services and products to businesses that make shirts. A local custom t-shirt shop in your area would be able to make you the shirts you require. Thanks for reading!

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