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10 Ideas for Holiday Heat Printing

 
10 Ideas for Heat Printing Personalization this Holiday

It’s time to get into the Christmas spirit and get some add-on sales. You can use the same products you would use to personalize a sports uniform or create fan wear to create personalized holiday wear. Here are 10 ideas for personalized holiday items and how we made each one (click on the images to enlarge).

Santa's Pawfect Helper 1. Santa’s Pawfect Helper
      • Fabric: 100% Cotton Pet Sweatshirt Hoodie
      • Text: Pre-Cut Letters in Thermo-FILM® White, ¾” Cooper Font
      • Design: Paw Print Stock Nailhead Transfers
      • Tip: Apply the paw print nailhead first, then letters

2. Lauren’s Stocking
      • Fabric: 19″ Velvet Stocking
      • Text: Any Word. Any Way.™ Sublimated SimStitch®, Standard Marker Font
      • Tip: Use SimStitch when you want the look of embroidery but don’t have the        equipment

"Lauren" Stocking
Holly Hand Towels 3. Holly Hand Towels
      • Fabric: 100% Cotton
      • Text: Pre-Cut Letters in Thermo-FILM® White, 3” Old English        Font
      • Design: CAD-CUT® Custom Design, Flock Green & Bright        Red
      • Tip: Using a monogram is an easy way to personalize
4. Baby PJs
      • Fabric: 100% Cotton footed pajamas
      • Text: Pre-Spaced Text in Fashion-FILM® White & Kelly        Green, Team US 1″, Homerun 2″ Font
      • Tip: Pre-spaced text is great for longer words, it arrives        on a carrier to make placement quick and easy
papa-jos-little-elf-pjs
Gingerbread Apron 5. Gingerbread Apron
      • Fabric: 65% poly, 35% cotton
      • Design: CAD-PRINTZ® Full Color Digital Transfer        in SuperTEK™ Sublistop™
      • Tip: Use CAD-PRINTZ when you have multiple        colors, gradients or need fine detail on a design
6. Kaitlyn T-Shirt
      • Fabric: 50% cotton/50% poly
      • Text: Pre-Spaced Text in Fashion-FILM® Black, 2″ Homerun        Font
      • Design: CAD-CUT Custom Design in Fashion-FILM® Electric        Firecracker Red
Kaitlyn Long Sleeve T-Shirt
Big Sis Sweatpants 7. Big Sis Pants
      • Fabric: 100% cotton
      • Text: Pre-Spaced Vertical Text in Fashion-FILM White, 3″ Varsity Font
      • Tip: Pre-Spaced is perfect for one-offs, you can order just 1.
8. Family Tree Skirt
      • Fabric: 48″ Cotton/Canvas Blend
      • Text: CAD-CUT Any Word. Any Way. in Glitter        Flake™ Kelly Green, X-Large Hoopla Font
Tree Skirt
Ho Cubed Sweatshirt 9. HO³ Sweatshirt
      • Fabric: 50% Cotton/50% Poly
      • Design: CAD-CUT Custom Cut Design, Glitter Flake & Flock
10. Santa Hat Chair Cover
      • Fabric: Felt
      • Text: CAD-CUT Any Word. Any Way. In Acrylic Felt Parrot        Green, Large Athletic Script Font
"Believe" Chair Cover

Check out this video, showing all of these gifts, and show it to your customers to help them come up with gift ideas of their own!

 

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8 Comments to 10 Ideas for Holiday Heat Printing

  1. Pam says:

    Cute ideas, but where can you purchase the Chair Cover & Baby PJs?

  2. lori fath says:

    can you please tell me where you found those red and green striped cotton footed pajamas?

  3. Hi Pam,

    The seat cover and baby pajamas were both ordered from Amazon.com.

    Leveret Footed Christmas Pajama Sleeper

    Happy Santa Red Back Chair Covers

  4. Hi Lori,

    You can find the pajamas on Amazon.com at this link: Leveret Footed Christmas Pajama Sleeper.

  5. jenn mcminn says:

    Where can the dog shirt be found?

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