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5-Sheets Avery Printable T-Shirt Transfers (For Use on Dark Fabrics)

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Amazon has 5-Sheets Avery Printable T-Shirt Transfers (For Use on Dark Fabrics, 3279) for $5.99. Shipping is free w/ Subscribe & Save or Prime. Thanks skeleton516 and anothauserhere

Note, you may cancel Subscribe & Save any time after your order ships. Refer to the forum thread for additional deal ideas and discussion.

Alternatively, Walmart has 5-Sheets Avery Printable T-Shirt Transfers (For Use on Dark Fabrics, 3279) for $5.99. Select in-store pickup where available, or shipping is free for orders $35+.
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For those maybe wanting to make personalized holiday tshirts...

These are usually about $11 to $13

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...0DER&psc=1

Walmart similar pricing but not free ship under $35
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You are saying to NOT print mirror image, right? Because these transfers do NOT require the image to be reversed, you print normally just like you would anything else on your printer.
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Good deal -- but DON'T use these in a laser printer. Inkjet only.
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Also at Walmart

Avery Printable T-Shirt Transfers For Dark Fabrics, Inkjet, 5 (3279)
$5.99
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Avery-...9/10353059

Avery Printable T-Shirt Transfers, For Use on Light Fabrics, Inkjet Printers, 6 Paper Transfers (3271)
$6.28
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Avery-P...1/10353058

Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/Avery-T-Sh...B00006B8FS
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In-4-1. Thank you, OP!
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Just took a quick glance at the link and didn't see an obvious answer so sorry if I missed it, but do you still need to cut these out so areas without ink don't show up? I get standard paper sized transfers a bit cheaper for dark fabrics in quantities of 25. I can't speak to the quality of this particular deal but those have stood up to time.
If these automatically eliminated those blank areas I would be in for a few.
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Just took a quick glance at the link and didn't see an obvious answer so sorry if I missed it, but do you still need to cut these out so areas without ink don't show up? I get standard paper sized transfers a bit cheaper for dark fabrics in quantities of 25. I can't speak to the quality of this particular deal but those have stood up to time.
If these automatically eliminated those blank areas I would be in for a few.
Yeah you need to cut out the areas you dont need, it shows it on the video that's on Amazon
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These work good. Made a GloboGym logo for a belt for a White Goodman Dodgeball costume for Halloween last year and used one of these. Made the belt out of car headliner material and was concerned that these may not adhere properly but it worked perfectly.
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Yesss these will go great with the recent deal of 4-pack black pocket shirts for $5. Thanks, OP!
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i bought these from office max, 12 for $20. using these on regular cotton (tried a few on canvas, but the results suck) and making board game player boards for Azul and Concordia.

Any other board game boards worth implementing this tactic on to make the games more enjoyable than having pieces slide around glossed up garbage cardboard?
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Good deal -- but DON'T use these in a laser printer. Inkjet only.
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Just took a quick glance at the link and didn't see an obvious answer so sorry if I missed it, but do you still need to cut these out so areas without ink don't show up? I get standard paper sized transfers a bit cheaper for dark fabrics in quantities of 25. I can't speak to the quality of this particular deal but those have stood up to time.
If these automatically eliminated those blank areas I would be in for a few.
Where do you get your paper?
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Just took a quick glance at the link and didn't see an obvious answer so sorry if I missed it, but do you still need to cut these out so areas without ink don't show up? I get standard paper sized transfers a bit cheaper for dark fabrics in quantities of 25. I can't speak to the quality of this particular deal but those have stood up to time.
If these automatically eliminated those blank areas I would be in for a few.
Based on the video, yes you will need to cut/ trim the blank area.
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Also make sure to print inverse so your logo or print are not reversed.
You are saying to NOT print mirror image, right? Because these transfers do NOT require the image to be reversed, you print normally just like you would anything else on your printer.
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You are saying to NOT print mirror image, right? Because these transfers do NOT require the image to be reversed, you print normally just like you would anything else on your printer.
^Yes, what he said. I've used this product many times. You DO NOT need to mirror.
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