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Avery T-shirt Transfers for Inkjet Printers, 8.5 x 11 Inches, for use with White or Light Colored Fabric, 6 Sheets (03271)

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  • Use to personalize your T-shirts, hats, aprons and even bags
  • Designed for use on white/light-colored, 100% cotton/poly, cotton blend fabrics
  • Color shield formula means colors stay bright, even after being washed
  • Get downloadable free templates and clip art images from avery's website
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Avery T-shirt Transfers for Inkjet Printers, 8.5 x 11 Inches, Clear, 6 Sheets (03271)

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Technical Details

Brand Name Avery
Item Weight 4 ounces
Product Dimensions 11.5 x 9.3 x 0.1 inches
Item model number 03271
Color Clear
Number of Items 1
Size One-Size
Sheet Size 8.5-x-11-inch
Paper Finish Translucent
Manufacturer Part Number 3271

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ASIN B00006B8FS
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4 out of 5 stars 456 customer reviews

4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #360 in Office Products (See top 100)
#3 in Office Products > Office Supplies > Paper > Business Paper Products > Image Transfer Sheets
Shipping Weight 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
Date First Available July 7, 2004

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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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i used this to make those trending monthly onesies and they worked perfectly. tip - leave a little space around your design so that you can peel the paper off without smudging your desgin. if there were guidelines on the back this would be perfect! my design was a circular shape so the 1st transfer was crooked. i corrected it by drawing a couple of guidelines on my own, and it turned out flawlessly. the colors are very vivid! the onesies look like professional screen printing in my opinion. I have found a new hobby.
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I loved these! I used them for a Halloween Costume using my logo, which was a PNG image. The fabric was a poly/cotton mix. I washed them first as recommended. Ironed them on a flat surface with a sheet underneath NO STEAM. Heat and pressure are your friends. If you start to peel it up and you see it didn't stick put it down and iron again. Mine came out perfect!!! LOVE THEM! Also make sure you can FLIP the image to be backwards!!!
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I used these to make goody bags for my son's birthday party and they worked great. The instructions are also easy to follow.
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Once I got the information on the paper setting for my inkjet printer it worked like a charm!! I had to call Avery and they told me to call Cannon. Hence the 4 star rating. I feel they should have at least some idea other than to use "T-Shirt mode" or "Inkjet paper" about the paper setting you should use for the best possible chance of success. After an hour on the phone with Cannon I finally got an answer - the Pro Platinum paper setting. They also don't tell you in the instructions that you should wait at least an hour after you iron it on before you wash it. A small detail but would be nice to have on the instructions anyway.
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I purchased this product in order to make shirts for my son's birthday party. Overall, the shirts came out well, however, I cannot say how they will hold up during a wash as I don't plan to wash them before giving them out.

It is obvious that the image is an iron on as you can see the white film if you print the full image (which is why I marked down---although I would rate it a 4.5 if I were able).

The directions were a little tricky as well, be sure to choose a mirror image unless you want to end up with a backwards print, of course I learned this the hard way (in haste). I just went to the Avery site and selected the type of paper and printed it that way as I don't have the mirror option on my printer.

Lastly, the directions recommend that you don't use an ironing board, I did so, however I put s folder under the shirt for a harder surface.

I do recommend the product.

-------Update------

I purchased this product for the second time in order to make shirts for my sons and once again I am pleased. This time I cut around the picture rather than leaving the picture rectangle shaped and the edges weren't as apparent as with my previous shirts. This is definitely still my go to Transfer. I can't account for whether or not the print will hold up in the wash considering the previous shirts that I made were party favors. This time around I will have the opportunity to wash and I will update my review at that time.
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Problem: third grader wanted to do a piano/singing tribute to Bowie, and online printers would not print the design sought due to copy right, though we had modified some of the graphics. Their position was understood. Then I discovered the Avery transfer paper. I bought both the dark and the light color transfer papers now knowing which the little guy would prefer at the end.

Here is the upshot, working with both the light and dark paper:

• Wash and dryer dry your t shirt/fabric first. A shrunk fabric works best
• The more time you spend prepping and the closer you follow the instructions the better your end product
• Don't be afraid of force (pushing down) and heat
• Trimming the extra paper on the light paper minimizing areas that will be clear but somewhat glossy
• Trimming the extra areas on the dark paper avoids transferring the color white to the fabric
• Through trial and error I figured out it is better to cut sharp corners to make them round as it reduces the risk of corners peeling off
• The side you print on is the white side of the paper for both dark and light paper. Determine which side your printer prints on
• Your final print area can be larger than a sheet as you can cut images/words from the paper and space them or use them elsewhere on the shirt (for instance, arm badges can be printed in a corner of the same sheet)

Trick:
• To avoid damage to the reverse side graphics, if you do a front/back design, use a large cutting board or a piece of flat wood slide it in the t-shirt that way the wood sits between the front and back.
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