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Graphics and Design, Starting Out -

It used to be; adding colors to t-shirts meant TONS of extra time cutting, weeding, aligning multiple colors.  NO MORE!  We have an actual HTV that you can print on with your desktop inkjet printer.  This opens the door for you to create full-color images without the restrictions or hassle typically involved in cutting multiple colors and layering them!  The process is streamlined and can add big benefits to your work with little to no extra effort.

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Here is another great example of combining print techniques to create truly unique products.  As it turns out you can use sublimation & HTV together.

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  1. Prepare your artwork, for best results set your designs to print & cut
  2. Print your designs with any inkjet printer
  3. Cut to the edge of your design with your cutter (or scissors)
  4. Apply Transfer Film to lift print from the backing material 
  5. Place printed image on your apparel
  6. Press at 305°F for 15 seconds
  7. Cold Peel Pro

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What more can I say!  Here is exactly what you can expect when you open your Brand New Cricut Air 2, thanks to our friends over at Sweet Country Glam.  They've also got a Christmas Giveaway.  So Much Free Stuff!  Check these out!

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Graphics and Design, Starting Out -

Ideally you'll want to either create or purchase "Vector" art.  This artwork is not like a photograph.  Raster images are comprised of pixels and if you scale them up you'll notice your artwork becoming blurry or jagged.  Vector art is comprised of editable objects that will allow you to change colors and design aspects, while giving you the ability to scale your designs up or down without the fear of pixelation.  This will provide smooth cut lines, not jagged edges.

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