Learn how to use heat press transfer film and a vinyl cutter to create a customized tone on tone t-shirt.
It’s Tip Jar Tuesday! You may have tuned in last week when we taught you all about cutter blades, if not click here to check it out…
This week we’re putting those blades to use and cutting five different heat applied films on a Roland GX-24 vinyl cutter to customize a unique shirt with a simple message: GO!
I really like this shirt because it displays a tone on tone decorating technique. This shirt uses 2 tones of black and two finishes; gloss and semi-gloss, all on a matte black shirt. In addition to these shades of black we also use red, yellow and green – the colors of a stoplight, after all it is a GO themed shirt.
As always the video you’re about to watch features heat transfer films right from the source – Stahls’ CADCUTdirect.com.
The heat press used is our Hotronix Fusion.
Oh, and one more thing…
You’ll see “Tips” throughout the video. These helpful hints will be a constant when we produce these – they’ll get more advanced. Subscribe to Stahls’ Blog by entering your email at the top of the right sidebar and get on the list for upcoming Tip Jar posts. I have a feeling that you may find at least one good tip in this edition…now turn up your speakers (or if you’re by a sleeping baby mute them) and enjoy!