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The Washington Post Tells The Tale of IRON ON STICKER

  Extra! Extra! Read All About It! This morning, The Washington Post ran a story about Iron On Sticker including an interview with our CEO, Marc Katz. Marc feels a little odd to be the focus of the story (he said so himself), but as one of the entrepreneurial minds behind a company that helps millions of people design custom Read More


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The T-shirt Printing Easy Guide

Which T-shirt printing technique works best can be uncharted waters for events planners, marketing agencies or small businesses looking to arrange some garments for their latest venture. The biggest problem is differentiating between the T-shirt printing techniques available. Hands up if you understand the difference between screen printing and cad cut vinyl… really? What about direct to garment printing and Read More


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Transfer printing – Identifying and resolving problems

People are telling me that this could be interesting, so I wanted to share with you. Transfer printing – Identifying and resolving problems Holger Beck, SEF – The digital transfer printing market has been growing for years. While this has to a certain extent displaced classic screen printing, it has also opened up new opportunities and markets. The barriers to Read More


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Choosing the Correct Vinyl for Your Jersey

Selecting the material that will be the best fit for your jersey is very important to ensure a great look, and durability. There are a few factors that you need to consider      Fabric content of the jersey      Does it need to be stretchable?      Is the decoration 1-color or multi-color? Most jerseys will be Poly, Nylon, or a Read More


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How to Decorate Your Notebook

Crepe-paper streamers are inexpensive party decorations that give big visual impact. With nothing but a roll of streamers, scissors, tape and a handful of thumbtacks, you can turn almost any get-together into a festive gathering. Best of all, streamers are also fairly easy to clean up, and as long as they don’t rip, you can re-use them many times over. Read More


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How to Remove Stickers from a Laptop-popdecal.com

Did you just buy a new laptop or other device, only to find it covered in unattractive stickers?. Time to remove those stickers and free your hardware from its role as a traveling advertisement. 1. Make sure this laptop isn’t too old. The stickers will dry up, and over time, the glue backing will separate from the printed material. If Read More


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why are irononlogo.com’s window clings different?

Clear Static Clings are custom die-cut to any shape you need and printed full color. Our Clear Static Clings do not use adhesive, so they can be removed and re-used again and again, and won’t leave a mess on your windows, mirrors or glass surface, as well as plastic and baked enamel finishes. Perfect for store front windows, car windows, Read More


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New! Hockey Puck Labels on TeeTransfers.com

Hockey season is fast approaching, and to commemorate one of our favorite sports, we have added a new line of custom stickers to teetransfers.com. We call these our Hockey Puck Stickers.  The hockey puck labels are made with our regular white vinyl material. This means they will have great colour reproduction, and a great adhesive. They are waterproof and UV Read More


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What’re iron-on-transfers.com’s decals different from others’

Make clear stickers for your next big company event, to promote your latest product, to stick around the office, stick on cars, or just for fun! If you’re in a band, make band stickers, and use them to promote your upcoming album or tour. For easy promotion, include bumper stickers, or stickers for free giveaways to fans. Use stickers to 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