Category Archives: New DIY Fashion

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How to Get the Sticker Remains off Valuable Products

Some products that you buy may have stickers on them which leave sticky remains that are very hard to get off. This article shows you ways to remove the remains off such products without damaging them. Method 1. Glass 1. Soak the remains of the sticker with rubbing alcohol. 2. Use the sharp edge of a razor blade to scrape Read More


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Clever Saxophone Section Sayings and Slogans iron on transfer for t shirts

Need a funny saying iron on transfers for your marching band’s saxophone section t shirts? Below you’ll find a list of some of our favorites from customer orders, through research online, and a few we came up on our own. So pick one of our sayings, stick it on a t-shirt, hoodie, or any of our hundreds of products, and Read More


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Robotics Team Names iron on transfer for t shirts

If you’re in need of a cool robotics club team name, we’ve put together a list of some of our favorites. From high school robotic teams to robot enthusiast building clubs, there’s names for everyone! And you can always use your school mascot’s name combined with “bots or robo” (eg: Cougarbots or Robo-Rams), but there’s a bunch of super creative Read More


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21 Hunting Club Names iron on transfers FOR t shirt

On the hunt for a team name for your club or group? We’ve put together a list of some of the best hunting club names just for you. Check them out below, and be sure to add your favorite to personalized shirts. We’ve got plenty of customizable tees and sweatshirts available in tons of color options that are perfect for Read More


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Greyscaling Images For Direct-To-Garment Printing Or Screen Printing

In the last few weeks I have run across a number of people in the form that have had trouble grey scaling for DTG and screen printing purposes. The process is quite simple and will ensure pure black with no CMY (custom logo iron on transfers). 1. Open your image in Photoshop. 2. Fill Foreground color box with 100% K Read More


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How to Build Your Dream Home

One Homeowner’s Story For years, the Kramer’s dreamt of building their perfect home. As their family grew to include two young boys, they had to consider what layout would suit their needs today, and in the future, as they wanted their home to be elegant, yet practical. Hoping this new construction dwelling would be their forever home, they designed a Read More


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You don’t have to buy a cutting machine to design your own t shirts

Nowadays more and more diy t shirt transfers retailers are coming into being, some famous t shirt iron on sticker websites like IRONONSTICKER.COM or irononlogo.com, are qualified manufacturers for diyers, they will print and cut a customized iron on sticker, so you don’t have to buy cutting machine or heat transfer materials to print and cut, all you need a Read More


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How to Make a 80s Style Tee Shirt

Cut up an old tee shirt to look like you just stepped out of the 80s! First, the Neck : Mark 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) from the neckline all around the neck, following its natural shape.iron on transfers for t shirts With sharp scissors, follow the basic neckline shape and cut a new, larger hole, using your marks and guidelines. Read More


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How to Print Out Large Letters of the Alphabet

One of the most classic classroom decorations is an alphabet, strategically placed so students can refer to it when working and serve as a visual reminder of what they’ve learned. You can make a large format alphabet decoration inexpensively and easily by printing out large letters using your computer and printer. There are numerous websites that offer large format letters Read More


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How to Make Winter Window Decorations

Winter decorations cheer up drab windows, and make them look pretty and frosted during the cold dull months. 1. Go to your local craft store and purchase plain white card, silver paper, silver and gold glitter glue, PVA glue, double side sticky plastic, a small paint brush, cheap silver and gold baubles, thin gold or silver ribbon, tinsel, and some Read More