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Your designs (I can only guess what they are, so I'm totally speculating here) most likely need a white background to print the colors on. That adds a layer of plastisol when you're talking about using transfers. Hence, the print will feel thicker and more plasticky. The only way around that would be to screen print using discharge. Discharge is when you use an ink that has a bleaching agent to remove the color of the substrate and replace it with the color of the discharge. You can then print the other colors on top and it is a thinner print than the other methods.

As far as I know there is no way to do that with a trasfer.
 
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