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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
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Avery T-shirt Transfers for Inkjet Printers, 8.5 x 11 Inches, Clear, 6 Sheets (03271)
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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. Make sure it is smooth and flat, if not, press it smooth and flat before transfer.
Waist high smooth surface for applying the transfer. I use a portable PXB drawing board, which I can place on my ironing board or any waist high table. I picked up a board at my local Office Max years ago, and the $20.00-$40.00 price is well worth it, as I use it for drawing as well! It has a white clean smooth surface- perfect for transfers!
Clean pillow case- pressed very smooth.
Iron set at highest cotton heat setting- no steam ever!(My Black and Decker Irons have always been 1500W maximum heat irons, if your iron wattage is higher, like Rowenta's 1700W- LOWER your setting to 1500 so it doesn't burn!)
Inkjet Printer- the best for color photos, art and transfers.
Now that you have your cotton fabric or T-shirt, PXB board on a waist high table, pillow case, iron and printer with your flipped photo or art you want to transfer, you are ready to begin.
You will first print your art or photo flipped on a plain piece of paper to make certain it's correct, then on the Avery transfer sheet. Trim the picture leaving the tiniest edge around it. Round out all the edges, as squared edges lift easier during wear and washing. Place your PXB board on a waist high table or ironing board- I've even done it on a low table, close to the floor to get maximum pressure from my arms. Place the smooth pillow case on the board, then the smooth T-shirt or fabric on top of the pillow case. Now when your iron is very hot, never use steam or have water in your iron- you will press as smoothly and HARD as possible for 3 full minutes.(3 minutes is for a full page- time is less for smaller pages, and have a clock nearby to watch the time.) Pay special attention to use just as much pressure on the edges as you do in the middle. Go top to bottom, side to side and around making sure you press really hard. After 3 minutes, let it cool and see if the paper starts to remove easily from an edge. If it doesn't- go back to ironing another minute and cool, then try removing it again. It should remove easily, so don't force it, just keep ironing with pressure, then cooling until it removes easily. Usually, 3 to 5 minutes should do it, but I've had to use the iron with all my strength for even a couple more minutes sometimes. When the transfer sheet edge finally does pull away easily from the fabric, remove the transfer SLOWLY, because if something is still sticking- you need to iron that spot again!
Once your project is finished, remember, if it's washable, don't wash it for a few days and when you do have to wash, wash it inside out in cool water and hang dry to keep the transfer looking great for a long time! I've used Avery, HP, Epson and Burlington transfer sheets over the years, and these top name brands all work great! I have an HP inkjet printer, several photo programs- my favorite being Microsoft Digital Image Pro and the best art program- Autodesk's SketchBook Pro 2011- you can draw and color anything with this software!
I've transferred art and photos onto T-shirts and used plain cotton fabric to transfer images onto, that I've then cut out and used Tacky craft glue to paste onto purses, totes, hats, any cloth accessories, cloth Christmas ornaments and my favorite- Christmas stockings! Over the years, I took photos of children or pets and then transferred them onto plain white cotton, which I cut out and glued onto stockings, adding their names with cut out letters made of felt. The secret to great secure gluing is I use a toothpick for tiny surfaces or popsicle stick for large surfaces dipped in the glue bottle, then spread on thinly on the entire gluing surface. Even, thin gluing keeps your image beautiful! The happiness these sentimental, personal gifts bring, are worth every penny spent, and with these professional tips I've left you with, your gifts will turn out just beautiful and be treasured forever!
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.
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.