Printing multi-color graphics with heat transfer films is easy when you have the right how to help. These videos will ensure your two color designs come out perfect every time.
When creating multi-color designs, cutting, weeding, and layering different colors of heat transfer vinyl can become tiring and monotonous. In this video, Stahls' TV decorator Mike Koval teaches decorators how to keep the process simple by utilizing full color printing techniques, including tips on how to never turn down a multi-color job.
As bling continues to explode, sparkle apparel takes on a new look with full-color logos, patterns, and mixed media. The NEW bling trends are here and Stahls' TV wants to show you how you can start printing these looks in your shop. In this video, Stahls' TV educator, Courtney Kubitza, shows decorators everything from how to mix rhinestones and heat transfer material to full color printing with sublimation, in a single class.
Mixed-media and CAD-COLOR digital heat transfer materials are ideal for adding value to your single color designs. In this live classroom, Stahls' TV Educator Courtney Kubitza shows decorators how create art for and apply layered materials in this heat printing tutorial, inclusing heat press tips for creating mixed-media looks with glitter, foil, and reflective finishes.
Glitter Flake™ heat transfer material is one of the most popular options for creating a beautiful glitter finish. When paired with applique, this combo is unstoppable. In this video, Stahls' TV educator Mark Merola discusses how to use Glitter Flake™ with rip-away applique.
Two-color pre-cut letters and numbers can give any garment a great look. STAHLS' TV Presenter, Chad Pool demonstrates various layout styles while educating on how to press multi-color designs.
Upgrading your customer's garment with multi-color neon graphics can increase revenue for your business. Stahls' TV Presenter, Josh Ellsworth shows how to layer neon materials onto a sublimated dip-dye garment to inspire new garment style ideas for your customers.
There are two methods for creating a two-color heat transfer designs on any garment, the trapping and the layering process. Stahls' TV Presenter, Josh Ellsworth demonstrates how to create a two-color design using CorelDraw and then heat press those transfers to your garment using both methods.
Mixing metallic heat transfer materials can create new sales opportunities. In this video, Stahls' TV Presenter, Josh Ellsworth shows you how to combine metallic heat transfer vinyl to create a cutting edge wrap-around print with your heat press and vinyl cutter.