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We’re doing some promotion of our Special Effect heat transfer films to inspire new spirit wear applications in your shop.

As we release new combos and concepts, we’ll be publishing the photos and videos right here and asking for you to help by giving feedback or posting a photo of something you've created with Stahls' Special Effect Heat Transfer Films.

Towards the end of the series we'll be delivering an educational webinar that teaches about sfx combinations from art to application. Also covering how to calculate cost and selling prices for these types of looks.

Stay tuned....the first video will be posted on September 7th and every other week afterwards. I'm sure we'll have some fun along the way.
 

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We're excited to show you the first video in a series of 4 that will cover Special Effect numbering styles for spirit wear!

In this 3 minute video it's all about the night time shine which works particularly well for High School Football Fan Apparel.

We use our best selling Thermo-FILM® heat transfer material in combination with CAD-CUT® Glow and with CAD-CUT® 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective.

Let us know what you think, feel free to ask questions and if you try a technique like this with Stahls' Heat Transfer Film please post a photo right to this thread.

[MEDIA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhChVJE3aDw[/MEDIA]
 

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Here is the next video in our Special Effect Spirit Wear series. For these two shirts we combine two layers of CAD-CUT® Premium Plus in neon colors. Premium Plus is soft and has a nice stretch to it, so it works well on the burnout style shirt and the 1 x 1 rib knit.

[MEDIA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlTTafN41XM[/MEDIA]
 

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hi
nice videos,
so how do you suggest using those colors or other colors on burnout tshirts, like from royal apparel,
they are very light.
any thoughts
good day
Burnout shirts definitely need a lightweight application, I'd suggest keeping the lettering and design work very thin to maintain the light hand...for basic material you could use Super Film with the regular or CCH2O technique. Super Film is only 60-90 microns thick depending on the color, so should be ideal for these garments.
 
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