Crazy heifer, serape cow tag
Please note this is a sublimation transfer to be placed onto a polyester shirt; this listing is not for a shirt or a digital design.
These must be used with a heat press, an iron will not work. Transfer must be used on a shirt that is at least 75% polyester, 100% is preferable. A 50% polyester item will give you a faded, vintage look. Shirts should be light in color, white, or heather gray. The sublimation process involves the dye going into the item, so if it is used on a dark colored shirt it will not show up well and if it is used on black, it will not show up at all. If you use a colored shirt (light pink, mint, etc.) where there is white on the transfer, it will become the color of the shirt, also, using shirts other than white will alter the colors of the transfer when pressed.
Photos included on this listing are of sublimation used on a white shirt. There is no feel to the garment when sublimation is used, it's perfectly smooth and feels like your shirt did before adding the design.
-Heat Press (no iron)
-White or Light Colored Fabric (white and light heather grey are the best choices)
-Garment MUST be at least 75% polyester, the higher the poly content the more vibrant the colors (lower polyester content gives a vintage look).
Instructions for shirt: (Use parchment paper not Teflon sheet)
– 385-400 degrees F
– 45-55 seconds
– medium pressure
Instructions for Koozie: (Use parchment paper not Teflon)
-400 degrees F
-Place a piece of cardstock in between the koozie so the sides do not stick to eachother.
Infant-5" longest side
Toddler-7" longest side
Youth-9" longest side
Adult- 11" longest side
All measurements are approximate and will be sized accordingly to the design. If there is a custom size that you need please email us and we can accommodate.
Watermarks will be removed after purchase has been cleared.
All transfers are non refundable and you are agreeing when purchasing that you will be using the correct equipment and have fully read the instructions and you understand the application errors are the responsibility of the buyer.