The Best Heat Transfer Paper To Print Shirts At Home With A Inkjet Printer

The Best Heat Transfer Paper To Print Shirts At Home With A Inkjet Printer

37 Replies to “The Best Heat Transfer Paper To Print Shirts At Home With A Inkjet Printer”

  1. Copped eveything i needed after watching your vid. One thing im stuck on is when i wanna print out text how do i get it to line up perfectly the way i printed it instead of hand placing letters since thats gonna have it looking all misaligned and funny. I have a cricut maker too to cut out my designs just dont know how to get thos small lil letters and details on my shirts

  2. Thank you for sharing!!! I'm just starting out too. Wished I saw this before I bought my Epson printer lol. Just one question, I read through the comments to see but I need to be clear. Any regular ink can be used with the recommended printer and paper? I always thought that I had to use sublimation ink only. Btw I'm subscribed. Going to binge watch your videos now lol.

  3. How do you print when it's words like the shirt you are wearing here? ,sorry am new at this .thanks

  4. After watching your video I got an Hp printer and some neenah jet opaque papers. The printed colors are slightly different once printed. For instance, a light turquoise becomes a light blue. It is much darker and blue instead of turquoise. Do you also experience that? I'd really like to know what you have to say about that. thxnks!

  5. Wassup digging the tutorial. But I have a question what program are u using for ur computer I have a design I would like to start printing on shirts?

  6. Such a good video, thank you. Pease can you show us how to cut the designs with Cricut – I just got mine and am pretty intimidated by it. I have so many designs I want to print for some special people.

  7. I watched your video and I am getting ready to purchase the printer you recommended. But I have a question. The printer you linked is a HP OfficeJet 5255. I looked on the HP instant ink elibgible printers and that printer is not listed.
    Am I not seeing it?
    I want to make sure I get the right printer and that I am able to get in that HP instant ink program.
    Thanks

  8. JUST WATCHED THIS VIDEO AGAIN AND LIKED AGAIN! WANTED TO KNOW HOW TO DESIGN THIS SAME IMAGE in design space? I HAVE SAME MACHINE AS YOUR FIANCÉ CRICUT EXPLORE 2. CAN'T WAIT TO SEE NEW DESIGN VIDEO TUTORIAL WITH FONT INFO AND EVERYTHING. THANX!! Miss Identity

  9. Can you do light garmet too and more detailed picture print just ordered that hp printer from your link and transfer paper

  10. Are you sure about that printer it has a lot of bad reviews on Amazon do you recommend that hp printer people keep saying they get error messages

  11. GREAT VIDEO WITH LOADS OF RELEVANT INFO. KUDOS! BTW WHAT CAMERA, LIGHTING SETUP DO YOU USE? YOUR VIDEO QUALITY IS AMAZING!!! THANX MISS IDENTITY

  12. Is there a special software you use to create, compile or edit the final image? Let me know. Thanks for a great service to humanity. I will surely subscribe.

  13. I really love your video, thanks a lot! I'm about to start doing this for business and with your tips I'm feeling a little more confident. God bless you!

  14. How can we subscribe if its not baught tgrough the company its self? Correct me if needed lol im new to this

  15. Too cost effective with that paper and hp sucks. With time you will learn how you can increase profit along with producing greater quality.

  16. What type of transfer paper or vinyl would stick to a car I want to print a picture and put it on the car?

  17. I am in my research phase of doing shirts. I only want to do letters right now. Would the heat transfer paper you recommeded be the best? I will be selling the shirts on my site.

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