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Avery T-shirt Transfers for Inkjet Printers, 8.5 x 11 Inches, Clear, 6 Sheets (03271)

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  • Quality results for a professional, fashionable look
  • Use to personalize your T-shirts, hats, aprons and even bags
  • Designed for use on light-colored 100 percent cotton/poly cotton blend fabrics
  • Color Shieldformula means colors stay bright, even after being washed
  • Size: 8-1/2" x 11" , Sheet Size: 8.5-x-11-inch
  • Designed for use on light-colored 100% cotton/poly cotton blend fabrics
  • Get downloadable free templates and clip art images from avery's website
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Technical Details
Brand NameAvery
Item Weight4 ounces
Product Dimensions11.5 x 9.3 x 0.1 inches
Item model number03271
ColorClear
Number of Items1
Sheet Size8.5-x-11-inch
Manufacturer Part Number03271
  
Additional Information
ASINB00006B8FS
Best Sellers Rank #492 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 18, 2006
  
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Avery T-shirt Transfers for Inkjet Printers, 8.5 x 11 Inches, Clear, 6 Sheets (03271)

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The instructions were very clear and easy to follow.
Dena B.
I used it for mother's day; for birthdays; for making character shirts for my kids.
Amazon Customer
Washed the shirt already, and the transfer still looks great.
R. Ballister

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353 of 359 people found the following review helpful By Tante Maren TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 3, 2010
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The first thing you should know before using these great Avery T-shirt Transfers for Inkjet Printers, is that the results you get can be perfect, when you know how to apply these like a pro! I've used these transfer sheets for years, after being in the T-shirt printing business many years ago, and they are great for beautiful personalized items. Before you begin, you should know that it's helpful to have a photo, art or printing program that will reverse your image, called mirror image or flip image. You have to print the image in reverse or flipped to come out correctly on your shirt or other cotton item you are printing on. Once you have a program to flip your photo or art on, it is also important to know that making your picture as bright as possible for printing will result in a more vivid, colorful print on cotton. Any photo or art program will do this for you, when you use more contrast and brightness to make your photo or art stand out.

Once you have your photo or art nice and bright and flipped, you will want to print a sample on plain paper before printing on the transfer sheet, to see what it will look like. It will look backwards and if it isn't bright enough, spend a little more time with contrast and brightness before printing a test page again. Remember to work with COPIES of your photo or art in case of mistakes, you can always make another copy off of your original. Prep work is everything when working with art projects. Once the photo or art looks perfect, in reverse, you can now get ready for your transfer. (If you need help with your image, Avery has free templates, tips and software on their web site.)

For the transfer, you will need the following:
White Cotton or Cotton/Poly Blend T-shirt or fabric.
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23 of 29 people found the following review helpful By K. Schroeder on May 8, 2006
Please go buy another product. If you want to do iron-on transfers, there are MUCH better options than this one. First complaint: the "clear" portion of the iron-on quickly turns a shade of "cream" the moment you finish ironing it in place. Second: it looks and feels like you have ironed a place-mat to the shirt, which then quickly wrinkles, fades, and peels off, even after just the first wash. Third: the iron-on does not stretch with the shirt behind it: it cracks! If you purchase or use this item, I guarantee you disappointment. I have tried it three miserable times, and would never in this lifetime use it again on anything I intended to wear or give as a gift. I am throwing away my remaining sheets.
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28 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Amy Y. TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 24, 2010
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I love these! T-shirt transfers are a great way to keep the kids occupied on a rainy afternoon. None of the major mess of tie-dyeing or fabric paints but still a fabulous way to create fun, personalized apparel.

Do pay attention- these are for INK JET printers and COTTON, LIGHT colored fabric. There are separate transfers for different types of printers and material/color fabrics.

How these work is you load them into your printer and from almost any application that can print, you can create a design that will turn into a very professional looking iron-on transfer. I used photoshop and was able to create transfers with photos. My ten-year-old has been writing her own comic for language arts at her school. She was really excited when I scanned one of her strips into the computer, touched it up in photoshop and then printed it on a transfer. She was able to iron it right onto a t-shirt- and is now very proud of her work!

These are great if you have a small event or group that you want to make t-shirts or other swag for without spending a fortune. Each sheet is 8.5x11 and so you can print a logo or small design several times over.

Lots of fun and there are tons of great ideas and projects out on the internet to help you make the most of these.

A couple of tips: you'll want to make sure you print a mirror image of whatever your design is- many programs have the ability to manipulate a design and if for some reason your software isn't capable- often the printer interface will have an option to mirror or invert, careful when you pull your printed transfer out- let it sit for a few minutes to avoid any smearing. Always print a preview on a regular sheet of paper first!! That way you won't waste a transfer if it doesn't turn out.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By moose_of_many_waters VINE VOICE on November 17, 2010
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I've used Xerox brand iron on transfers for white shirts before and have had good success. I tried these Averys because it seemed they would be more suitable for non-white backgrounds. So far, I've used the Avery transfers on two 100 percent cotton t-shirts, one light gray and one fairly dark tan. The images were block color pieces of artwork, very bright.

I followed the instructions carefully and did one shirt right after the other. In one case, the paper just didn't pick up all the ink from the printer in one small sliver (about 1/8" by 1/2"). When I applied the transfer to the gray t-shirt, two other areas showed small color drop outs. It's not bad, but the end result certainly doesn't look professional.

With the other transfer everything worked well from start to finish. The image came out clean and even though the t-shirt was rather dark, the colors were still vibrant.

In both cases, the border of the image was clear right after I pulled the transfer off, but turned creamy white after a first washing. As a result, I would not recommend using these iron ons with free floating letters on anything but a creamy white background. The same could be said for the Xerox iron on transfers.

I don't understand the difference between the two results for the Averys since everything was done during the same time period and the same method was used. Perhaps one of the pieces of iron on paper was simply not up to snuff. I haven't had this problem with Xerox brand iron ons. Overall, I'd say the Averys produce more vibrant colors, but perhaps provide less consistent results. Also the brighter colors of the Averys come with the downside that the iron on seems a bit thicker and makes the shirt drape less naturally.
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