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Old December 28th, 2018 Dec 28, 2018 5:08:26 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default 70's Style Sparkle Iron On

Hey everyone. I have been trying to figure this out for about a year. I want to create a 70's style sparkle vinyl iron on.

Like this

https://www.irononstation.com/produc...ds-muscle-cars

I dont want to buy the old iron on's I want to be able to make my own.

Is that even possible anymore? Please please please say yes

Thank you for your help.
 
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Hey everyone. I have been trying to figure this out for about a year. I want to create a 70's style sparkle vinyl iron on.

Like this

https://www.irononstation.com/produc...ds-muscle-cars

I dont want to buy the old iron on's I want to be able to make my own.

Is that even possible anymore? Please please please say yes

Thank you for your help.
You really have 2 choices.

1. Eco-solv inkjet printing ... print and cut onto glitter vinyl using a Roland printer or equivalent. $$$

https://www.rolanddga.com/products/p...printing-press

2, Use sublimation ink onto special glitter material

http://www.siserna.com/sublimation-n...g-in-printing/

Note that in both cases the glitter part will be the entire background unlike the vintage transfer shown in your link the has different glitter colors in the design. You can layer different cut glitter vinyls to get a similar effect though.

I'm not a screen printer expert but those transfers shown in your link were mass produced likely 100s or 1000s at a time using a process that is not possible to do "one-offs".

Hope this helps.
 
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Wow. They bring back memories when we used to sell them. As Mike says these were usually printed in lots of 100 dozen. Glitter and plastisol inks, heavy feel and a cold peel.
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Wow. They bring back memories when we used to sell them. As Mike says these were usually printed in lots of 100 dozen. Glitter and plastisol inks, heavy feel and a cold peel.
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Yep. Sold those too. Happy New Year!!
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