Just a couple tips for using T shirt transfer paper.
Transfer sheets cost about $1 each so, when I make mistakes, ouch! The most common mistake I make is not flipping the graphics on my computer before I print.....I bet I am not alone!
This is how the graphics are supposed to look when you print them off your computer, the lettering is backwards.
Not like this...... that cost me $1. I wonder how many times I am going to repeat this mistake??
Her is my other tip, transfers are great for graphics that are contained, when you have letters and a lot of space between the letters you see the transfer paper on the fabric, not horrible, but maybe not what you wanted.
Look close, I increased the contrast of the picture so you could see the transfer out around the letters.
Here's another example, where I did not cut close enough to the graphic, you can see the transfer paper out around the graphic.
Cut as close as you can to the graphic, then iron it on your fabric, it's so easy.
I always have pillows in my booth, they are not a huge, hot, seller, but they do sell, and I like the way they look in my booth.
This was my first attempt at pocket pillows, they were a lot of fun to make
All of the graphics were from Graphics Fairy
The most I can charge for pillows in my booth is $20 for really fancy ones, and $10 for a basic no frills pillow, so they are not a huge source of revenue once I add in my sweat equity.
They are so fun to make though, you can't put a price on that.
I'm looking forward to cooking Easter dinner for family and friends, my baby boy is in DC and I will miss him
I'm wish you a blessed Easter, a celebration of everlasting life, a time to renew friendships, make new ones, and enjoy time with family and friends.
Thank you for your friendships, they have enriched my life!