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In the video, I reveal a source that’ll take your t-shirt design ideas and put them onto custom screen printed plastisol transfer paper (custom transfers).  I also discuss where you can find designers that’ll draw out your t-shirt design ideas at a very reasonable price.

Play the video below and feel free to post any questions you have…

T-shirt Business Start-up Resources Referenced in the Video:

T-shirt Transfer Suppliers From the US, Canada and the UK:

Our t-shirt course has all of the suppliers listed… However, I’ve received e-mails from others who didn’t need the course, but just wanted to purchase the list of suppliers. If you just want the list, here’s the deal:

For just $37, I’ll drop a listing in the mail of all the companies that do custom transfers. I’ll also include an actual sample transfer in the envelop so you can actually feel and see what these plastisol (screen printed) transfers look like.

FREE BONUS INCLUDED IF YOU ORDER BY MIDNIGHT!

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LIMITED SUPPLY LEFT, SO HURRY

Here’s the deal… I’ve put together a quick-start manual that can help you get started quickly… Over the years, I’ve worked with thousands of t-shirt start-ups from all over the world and most of them had the same questions you’re probably having right now!

Questions like

  • Where do I start?
  • Where can I find wholesale suppliers to buy wholesale t-shirts from?
  • Where can I get screen printed transfers with my designs on them?
  • Do I need a sales tax identification number to buy wholesale? How do I get one?
  • What’s the formula for earning a full-time income selling tees?
  • Can I start full-time?
  • Can I start a t-shirt business without a heat press machine?
  • What’s the way to get the best possible price on getting tees made?
  • Where can I find a graphic designer who’ll make my t-shirt designs for me on the cheap?
  • How do I get my designs onto the transfer paper?
  • Is there an option to print my own transfers at home?
  • What would you do differently if you had to start over?
  • What’s the easiest and fastest way to get online and start selling my t-shirts?

You don’t have to figure this out on your own — I’ll give you the answers to everything mentioned above in this quick start manual.. Let me drop this in the mail to you right away! It’s not packed up in a bunch of fancy packaging, but it has all of the information you need to get started.

For example, on page 32, I reveal the fastest and cheapest way to start earning revenue in this business … most people do the opposite of what I teach, which explains why they crash and burn themselves right out of the business — don’t you make this same mistake!

On page 27, I show you a ‘positioning’ technique to use to make your new t-shirt company appear larger than life… Nobody wants to do business with someone working out of their spare bedroom right? Well, I got started in my bedroom (and we didn’t even have a bed — we slept on the floor). I had to figure out a way to get these retailers to pay attention to me. The positioning strategy on page 27 will set you above the rest — no matter how far from the bottom you’re starting.

On page 28, I show you how to get models to wear your t-shirts for cheap — just like we did in the photograph below.

In an effort to build their own portfolio, these models are willing to pose and wear your tees so you can get the best possible shot.

“Now you can finally get access to information that’ll put you on the fast-track to starting, launching and building your own t-shirt business.

My quick-start workbook breaks down everything you need to get started in the business right away … I have a ton of resources, suppliers and wholesalers you’ll need access to in order to get started.

I teach you how to get the best deals when it comes to getting your t-shirt design ideas created, and I show you a cheap way to get t-shirts printed on your behalf … even if you don’t have a heat press.

You can learn through trial and error, or you can simply invest a small amount of money into educating yourself about this process, while learning from someone else who has already spent hundreds of thousands of dollars making the same mistakes you’ll make if you go it alone.

Experience is the costliest and most time-consuming way to learn … speed up your success by learning from my mistakes.

But I only have a limited supply, so you must order now… This offer also includes the sample t-shirt and screen printed transfer too!

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 Order before midnight to get the FREE quick-start guide. You’re guaranteed today’s flat rate of just $57 + $5.95 shipping and handling and I’ll ship you a FREE sample t-shirt and screen printed transfer!

(International shipping rates apply if shipping out of the U.S.)

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157 comments
T.Eric davis says

hello, can i still get a sample t shirt and transfer for $20< i still want to get your course just waiting to get the $$, i love this site keep up the good work.    thanks    T.Eric Davis

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T.Lorraine says

If we order the entire package will we have more than on Tshirt supplier that does both print transfers & rhinestones transfers? 

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adrian says

do i need a tax id to get tshirt transfers from the companys

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    Cartess Ross says

    Yes, you would. Most companies when purchasing item at wholesale cost. Will require a tax id number. You can obtain your tax id over the phone in a matter of minutes!

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Cartess Ross says

I would recommend outsourcing the designs to the companies that sale the transfers. After receiving your designs, they would then make the transfers with the designs you have created onto transfer paper.
If it’s the regular iron paper you purchase in the store; you probably wouldn’t be able to use the heat press. The iron on paper and the transfer paper you purchase from these companies that strictly do transfers. The papers are not the same and the store iron on paper will not hold up!

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Cartess Ross says

It’s the same… Some people just wanted the supplier list instead of purchasing the entire course.

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Cartess Ross says

Thanks…. All of that info is discussed in the course: http://www.tshirtriches.com/training (also, some of it is already sprinkled throughout the website as well)

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Cartess Ross says

Yes, it can be done.

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Cartess Ross says

Actually, you can find “new” heat press machines on ebay. Quite a few of our members that have purchased the t-shirt course were able to purchase machines starting at $299 and up with free shipping. You can try looking on craigslist for a used heat press machine but it’s possible you “may” get a better bargain on ebay. Considering most of the machines are selling for new starting at $299. So, with that said, I would start looking on ebay, first. If you don’t see any on craig’s list; continue to check for listings as often as possible until some one post a heatpress for sale. There’s also an app you can download onto your phone that allows you to enter in the item you are searching for. So, whenever someone post what you are looking for. You are automatically notified via your phone. 🙂 A lot of the time, you can negotiate on the price of the heatpress with the seller. Start off low, and try to get the seller in the median of your budget.
Your budget for start up cost will really depend on you. You will need at least a minimum of $500. Your biggest expense will be the heatpress starting out. However, you will need t-shirts. To save on the cost of t-shirts you will need a wholesale supplier, as well as to purchase transfers, etc. Most transfers from various vendors can be purchased for a $1.

However, we do offer a course that is $137. It includes everything you need to get started. We also offer a payment plan that allows you to break up the $137 into 4 payments. Each month for 4 months you will be charged $34.25. You will have complete access to the course! If you are serious about starting a t-shirt business I highly recommend the course. The course includes information about marketing; in which you would need to sale your t-shirts to qualified prospects, information about a website how to get a website on a shoestring budget, the sources where to purchase the transfers; most for a dollar, t-shirt at wholesale price, getting a business license, etc. The course is packed with information everything you need to get your business off the ground.

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    C.Driver says

    I’m interested in this for the 4 months. It includes the vendors & how to actually make it right? If so how do I purchase?

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      Cartess Ross says

      Correct. You get access to the vendors that’ll make the transfers for you. YOu send them your artwork and they’ll put it onto the paper. We show you how to get your designs made, etc… Go to our new and updated page here, it outlines each of the modules: http://www.tshirtriches.com/training/

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Cartess Ross says

I don’t recommend printing your own transfers onto a printer! It’s crap and you will only upset your customers. Trust me, they will not return!

http://www.tshirtriches.com/video-more-faqs-about-starting-a-t-shirt-business-with-a-heat-transfer-press-machine/

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Theodore F.Chambers Jr. says

Hi good bro., you dnt knw what your information did for me, I dnt even knw yet. You just gave me all the iformation I ever wanted and needed to knw. A T sthirt business is just one idea i  have amongst many. I will be in contact with you, I will be buying your program and would like all the information there is..My only problem is a course money, but I have good ideas for my T-Shirts. I write poetry and would like to print between one to six phrase poems on them relating to a picture or art work. i most defintly will be taking your course looking to hear from you soon god bless.  

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Cartess Ross says

Awesome… We’d be glad to have you!

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Cartess Ross says

Welcome Tshirt Man.

That design is one I purchased through another company. I didn’t really want to touch that one on my own. If anything went down, the liability would fall on them because I purchased from them. That has been a top 3 selling tee for us back in the day — and still consistently outperforms a lot of stuff (the show still runs).

Typically, the tees has to be very different from the original logo/trademarked design. I’ve gotten a lot of cease and desist letters in my time but ironically, never got one for this one. I would think the design is too similar — but at the same time, it is different enough. I can’t really answer that one… For me personally, I push the envelop and throw it out there and test it.

As mentioned earlier… Sometimes I’m okay enough with the design, and other times they’re telling me to stop it — and I do.

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Mik3tx says

Thank you for providing as much information as you do free of charge. I am definitely going to get started with your program here shortly, I really want to have a at home business after my 9-5. In today’s economy it seems essential. 

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    Cartess Ross says

    Thanks for the kind words… Having an alternate source of income is about the only way to guarantee some type of security. Many companies are only concerned about profits and keeping their shareholders happy and if that means laying off 1,000 people to ensure the shareholders make money, they’ll do it.

    Too much power for one person to determine if I’ll have a job at the end of the week…

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Woodward18 says

Love your videos on average how much would a 15 by 15 black and white transfer cost. I’m not planning to buy in bulk I just wanted to get a feel for the product so I understand if it’s more expensive not buying in bulk.

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    Cartess Ross says

    Thanks… If you purchased 50-99 sheets with one color, you could be looking at something like $1.45. If you jumped 300 sheets, it could be like .80 cents ($240). If you jumped to 500 sheets, looking at .55 cents ($275).

    Keep in mind, depending on the size your designs, you could possibly get 2 prints on one sheet, thus cutting your actual transfer cost by half. These numbers are for ONE color. The more colors you add, the more the costs.

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      mary says

      I’m still not sure how it would be more beneficial to buy a heat press and press myself as oppose to having the company heat press the shirts since they are already doing the transfers. please explain why I need a heat press when those companies usually doe the transfers as well right, well if they don’t the tshirt companies will, seems like it would be cheaper just to have them do it.

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        kimross says

        Hi Mary,
        It really depends on your situation and want you’re wanting to do. If you have someone else doing it that means less control and less profit. You’ll have to jack up the prices more to cover your cost and to make a profit. Again. It will all depend on you and how involved you’ll like to be in the business.

        I would also like to add. It will also depend on the type of volume you’re selling in shirts. If you’re getting a couple of thousand shirts an order. Then yes, it will be extremely beneficial to just have the screen printer do it all for you.

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Pamojah1 says

Hi. Loved your works Mr.Ross. I have my Logo & would like to have the transfers that i saw on your videos. Is it possible for me to send this to you guys per email & have it made for transfer?

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guest says

costume transfers pappers is it for leaser printer or inkjet ?? and from where can i buy them papers in Dubai UAE

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Cartess Ross says

Not the same process as discussed on our site. Still crap. However, if you’re on a limited budget and just want to get started, then by all means, start here. As you grow, you can always upgrade and change the process in which you get your designs printed up. Don’t delay because you’re waiting on the ‘right time’. Start now and update and grow into it.

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Cartess Ross says

This surprises many people, but the ‘creator’ (designer) typically owns the rights to the works created, with the exception being a ‘work for hire’ arrangement.

Let me emphasize this again… If you hire a freelancer or another business to create or design specific works, they are considered the ‘creator’ and they retain all of the rights — unless specified otherwise in the ‘work for hire’ agreement/contract.

Prior to having someone work on your design, make sure to negotiate these terms in your contract/agreement to prevent any issues related to ownership.

In our training course, we’re updating/adding additional material and sample templates for our members. If you haven’t taken a look at the course material offered, go here to learn more:
http://www.tshirtriches.com/training

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Lvass519 says

If i sign up for your site and do the 157$ or the monthly 49.25$ payment do i get access to your vendors and graphic designers 

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Cartess Ross says

Supplier list is below video (although I’d encourage you to watch the free video)

http://www.tshirtriches.com/where-to-get-custom-t-shirt-transfers/

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Karen McGhee says

I have a family reunion to do and I need custom transfers at a reasonable price I need 500 to 550 transfers. Can you help?
Karen

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    Cartess Ross says

    This is where Transfer Express shines — they have tons of templates where you can mix and match clipart, graphics, fonts, layouts, etc… If you choose from their templates, your costs will be cheap and if you’re ordering 500, you’ll get a GREAT deal. Go here: http://www.transferexpress.com

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Cartess Ross says

We’ve been purchasing transfers, supplies, etc for many years and have managed to build up a reputation and a relationship based on the amount of business we’ve done. Once you’ve spent to much and have reached at certain point, you’ll qualify for special pricing. I will say, the more you buy the less it will cost you.

We have a source list available for purchase. The source list includes various companies to purchase custom, and pre-made transfers. As well as blank t-shirts at wholesale cost.

The price for custom transfers will be determined by the amount of colors you have in your design. If you are on a tight budget then I would recommend no more than 2 colors in the design. The more colors in the design the more it will cost to have the designs screen printed onto the release paper.

If you would, please click the link below to purchase the source list.
http://www.tshirtriches.com/2011/11/

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Cartess Ross says

HI Fallon,

What transfers are u using and where did u get them from? Are you positive your heat press temp is accurate and that the machine is heating up to proper temp… Try pre heating your tees before you press and see what happens.

Also, what type of printer/ink are you using? It could possibly be the type of printer you’re using. You may have to experiment with another type of printer/ink…

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Cartess Ross says

No… You can’t use a printer to print onto these blank release papers from your home printer. You’ll need to screen print directly onto these sheets — not run from your home printer.

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michael says

Hello Mr Ross, i ve been looking at a lot of info and clips regardiing heat press and starting a business in tshirt printing but im a bit confused with all the things ive read, videos ive seen and other sources ive come across. couls you please answer this for me.

1- Is Plasticol and Silkscreen Transfers completely different to Laser print transfers?

2- I know you have expressed a lot about home printers but is OKI (OKIDATA) PRINTER good for the laser prints, will it be good quality or is this the same as a home printer, sorry just asking because someone recomemded it.

3- is it true that not all heat press machines are designed to press LASER PRINT TRANSFERS?

4- Does a CAMEO SILHOUETTE only cut or does it print too and will you recomend this? Just asking because someone else is trying to sell me a package but im not sure f this is something worth having or not?

I thank you in advance and i appreciate all the information and experience you share with the public. Very veru useful

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    Cartess Ross says

    1. Plastisol/Silkscreen transfers are MUCH different to laser print transfers. They’re not even in the ballpark. I address this in more detail in our free modules here:
    http://www.tshirtriches.com/t-shirt-business-startup-resources/

    2. I’ve exclusively used only screen printed transfers. But most of the recommendations I hear do suggest the OKI

    3. Not sure about that one… A heat press is a heat press. Some are made better than others, but they’ll press laser transfers just as well as they’ll print inkjet transfers.

    4. I don’t think you’ll need the Cameo Silhouette, especially if you’re just getting started. I think it’s impractical if you’re going to be printing large quantities… If you’re doing small quantities, it’s something to consider.

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Tobi says

Firstly, i like to say a big thank u for all the revelations about tshirt biz. i like watching u on youtube to increase my passion about the biz.
pls,about custom plastisol transfers. i have about 10 designs.Lets say i want 7 sheets per design. does it mean i will be charged for d price overall for 70 sheets or the price of 7 sheets for each design

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Dale says

Hi,

My wife and I have been wanting to commit to a t-shirt/sweater/clothes line for years and then came across your site.

It was a warm welcome to see a black and clearly spiritual entrepreneur come up on my screen. That itself was an indication that this could be done as i tick the exact same boxes lol.

I’m based in the UK and though in this economy you have to work full time to support your family I still find that I’m still strapped for cash so will probably be purchasing your course later on down the line as I think the marketing ideas and info is what i’ll definitely need after the initial start-up.

We already have many designs as I myself am a graphic designer, along with currently putting together a website to display the garments with online purchase possibilities etc.

I have found a few online Transfer Release paper dealers that cater to the UK, but most sites do not tell first hand the cost of these.

I really wanted to know the average prices within the UK that you’ve found for the purchase of single or multi/bulk custom Transfers AND if there are any OTHER reliable heat presses you know so i can take this into consideration before i purchase the machine etc, as I’m still having second thoughts on either creating the Tees manually or to just deal with a company that will do the whole process for us!

We are currently weighing up all options and putting the figures on to spreadsheets and also taking into consideration, delivery times, work load, costs etc.

Sorry to blabber on and on, but just wanted a rough estimate before we purchase the course and equipment etc.

Once again, I’m delighted for the success of you and your company and hope it thrives continually!

Wishing you and yours the best,

Dale & Cristiana. (My wife MADE ME put her name, as it was her idea to message in the first place lol)

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    Cartess Ross says

    Hi Dale and Cristiana,

    Sorry for the delay in getting back to you… We have TONS of comments/questions to answer 🙂

    Thanks for the kind words, they’re appreciated.

    Regarding costs on transfers in the UK… I can’t provide you with any figures because I’ve never had to order transfers from vendors outside of the US. So unfortunately, I can’t really provide any input on that.

    The few vendors you’ve found, I’d suggest calling them. They’ll give you quotes over the phone or via e-mail. They want your business and will be more than happy to help you figure out the best solution to get your designs printed.

    Regarding heat press machines… The best machines in my opinion are those made by Hotronix: http://www.hotronix.com

    We distribute for them as well: http://www.tshirtriches.com/heat-press-machine/

    They have great warranties and great support.

    Keep us posted on your progress. WOuld love to hear from you!

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TAm says

I have 2 questions:

1. If I purchase the training modules will I have to pay $27 for the vendors list also or will in come with the training package?
2. My son has created a design he has drawn on a shirt he would like. Will he be considered the creator and own the rights to the design or will your company (or company outsourcing to put the design on transfer) own the rights to the design? Or is their a certain design software that he may use to create the design and send it to the transfer company that they may use and not have to alter his design?

Thanks for all the information!!!

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    kimross says

    If you purchase the training modules, the vendors and source list is included in the modules.

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Sandra says

Hello, can you use an iron for now instead of a heat press on all transfers? Very low on funds right now. I just graduated for Santa Fe Community College for Web and Graphics Design. So l am looking for work right now. Anyway my Son and I want to start a Christian Clothing Line. And want to go the most inexpensive way to to.Thanks Sandra

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    kimross says

    Hi Sandra,
    Unfortunately, using an iron will not compare to using a heat press machine. In order for the transfers to make complete contact with the shirt and stay on. The temperature has to be at least 350 degrees at an minimum. Unfortunately, an iron does not get this hot and it will not work work! If you were to do so, you’ll be wasting your time, money and you’ll definitely build a bad rep for yourself. For the most part, your business will be built and will depend on repeat business and the referral business your customers will send your way.

    You can try looking on ebay for starter machines that can work until you’ll able to afford a better machine. I would suggest reading the reviews to see what others are saying about the machine. Or, the only option would be to just save until you can purchase a machine even if it’s a starter machine. Please by all means necessary please do not attempt to use an iron!

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Tamara says

i’m not really interested in custom transfer I just want to purchase a source list for vendors that sell blank NAMEBRAND appearl I know i saw one video where you had an adidas cap

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    kimross says

    HI Tamara,

    I apologize, the only list we have available without the course is the list that includes the vendors for transfers.

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michael el says

Does the List include plastisol heat transfers also?

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REGGIE says

hello cartess, i would like to experiment a little with this t-shirt business before i really commit, i’m on a low budget, do you have or offer the inkjet transfers papers for a cheaper price, with less quantity?

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Danny says

Hi actress, could you tell me if all the companies you recommend ship there products to the United kingdom? Kind regards Danny

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    kimross says

    Hi Danny,

    The source list include vendors from UK, US and Canada. We have a source list available for purchase. The source list includes various companies to purchase custom, and pre-made transfers from a list of transfer vendors.

    The price for custom transfers will be determined by the amount of colors you have in your design. If you are on a tight budget then I would recommend no more than 2 colors in the design. The more colors in the design the more it will cost to have the designs screen printed onto the release paper.

    If you would, please click the link below to purchase the source list.
    http://www.tshirtriches.com/where-to-get-custom-t-shirt-transfers/
    Thanks
    Kim

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Evan blakely says

Hello how u doing I was just wonder if I buy the kit for 157 will it come with a list if venders and where to get custom transfers from? Thank you for your time

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Jhohan says

Hi,

Can I make my own plastisol transfer paper?
What kind of printer needed?
What kind of transfer paper needed?

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    kimross says

    Hi Jhohan,
    I apologize, you can not..You’ll need to have the full set up to do the screen printing process. You can either do one or two things. Have the designs sent off to be screen printed onto the release paper. Or, purchase all the equipment you’ll need to screen print directly onto your shirts. The equipment is quite expensive and it’s a very messy process involving inks and a lot of work.

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tex says

Please disreguard for I found the list I thought I had to buy another package sorry

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    Cartess Ross says

    WOW… You kinda blasted me on that last note. I’m glad you found it — it’s been there all the time. If you get stuck or confused on something, don’t hesitate to e-mail me. “IF” there was an issue, we can get it resolved without giving me a ‘tongue lashing’, LOL. 🙂

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Linda Henry says

Mr. Cartess, do you ever patent or trademark any of your work? If so where and how did you do it? Thank you for your response.

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    kimross says

    Hi Linda,

    You’ll need to seek the legal advice of an attorney for copyright/trademark.

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Cherise says

Cartess,

I have really enjoyed watching your videos and learning from you. You give away so much free information to those of us just starting out. I have learned so much from the information you’ve already shared. I’ll be purchasing your course with the money I make from what you’ve already taught me. I know your course will take my business to the next level.

Thank you, Cherise

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John says

Hi Cartess,
You talked about how to setup pricing for t-shirts, can you run that information by me again? I have purchased a heat press by power heat press offer amazon.com and some tranfer paper from Imprintables.com. I also purchased a Epson WF-2540 from Wal-mart. I’ve been enjoy the help, thanks.

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williams says

Hello Cartess,
I would like to know if i can pay for the first one month of the training course for now and pay the rest after when the fund is available because i could only afford to pay for the first month. My second question is that, do you sell the ” idea book ” ? and do you mail outside of the US because i live in france and i would love to buy from you or do you of any company online that sells the ” idea book ” and can also mail outside of the US. I tried buying from Transfer express but i found out that they dont mail outside of the US. thank you

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    kimross says

    Hi William,

    We have two payment options available. You may pay the full amount of the course up front, or you may select the payment plan. Funds are deducted from your account each month for four months until the full payment has been received.

    Depending on the item you’re interested in we will ship outside the US. I’m assuming you are talking about the transfers, if yes. Yes, we’ll ship to France, but you’ll be responsible for covering the shipping cost and the shipping cost could be expensive. The amount will be determined by your order and the weight of your order.

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Ken says

When will your course be open again?

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billy says

How much does a printed tee shirt generally sell foe?

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    kimross says

    Hi Billy,
    Are you asking to purchase at wholesale rates, or the general cost of reselling the shirts for profit?

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Marlon says

Mr. Ross you have given me so many answers and hope today. I been wanting to start a t-shirt business for a while now but I have not had the proper ideas until I saw your videos. I would like to enroll in your course as well as buy the list you have. you mentioned that it is possible to print out these designs through a printer. Is there a printer and ink that you recommend? Thanks

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    kimross says

    Hi Marlon,

    We thank you. Please keep in mind, we highly recommend screen printed transfers. Simply because of the high quality screen printed transfer provide. If you’re just starting out and you’re on a tight budget. We recommend the following below. Please be advised, we do not recommend purchasing transfers that can be purchased at any local stores!

    We have a source list available for purchase. The source list includes various companies to purchase custom, and pre-made transfers from a list of transfer vendors as well as vendors to purchase blank shirts.

    The price for custom transfers will be determined by the amount of colors you have in your design. If you are on a tight budget then I would recommend no more than 2 colors in the design. The more colors in the design the more it will cost to have the designs screen printed onto the release paper.

    If you would, please click the link below to purchase the source list.
    http://www.tshirtriches.com/where-to-get-custom-t-shirt-transfers/
    We recommend the Epson WF-70-10 printer.
    If you wish to print your own designs from your printer…please click the link below.

    http://www.tshirtriches.com/buy-transfer-paper/
    We do not recommend using the inks that come with the printer.

    http://www.tshirtriches.com/?s=Tim+braun

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Ladu Joseph says

Hello
Can some one from Australia do the course?

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    kimross says

    Hi Ladu,
    Absolutely! We have many members that are from Australia and located in many parts through out the world. The material that we’ve included in the course applies every where. The marketing, consumers buying habits are all the same. 🙂

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antonio says

Great info!!!!! I’m just wondering, are there numerous course packages? I see the vendor list for 27$. Saw someone ask about a 20$ package. Then also see there is a 150$ package &/or a 375$ package. So I’m just a little confused can you please explain.

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    kimross says

    Hi Antiono,

    The cost of the course is $379. We had a special that was offer. Unfortunately, the offer has expired. Not sure what you’re talking about in regards to the $20 package. We do not have one at that price.

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Daniel M says

Hello, I have a few questions for you:
1) have you ever hired a company from China do make your heat transfers and do the screen printing on t-shirts? Most of the shirts I see in stores are marked “Made in China.” I’ll bet it’s a lot cheaper.
2) if you have, are there any you would recommend?
3) if not, are there downsides to using a vendor from another country?

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    kimross says

    Hi Daniel,

    The companies we purchased shirts are based in the US. I apologize, we have not purchased any supplies from China.

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Stacie says

Hi Cartess,
I was wondering how to price, after all work has been, per t shirt? Thanks so Much-Stacie

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Wes says

Hi Cartess

Thanks for the info. I would like to buy the list of plastisol vendors but wanted to know if it includes suppliers in the UNITED KINGDOM where I am based.

Thanks

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    kimross says

    Hi Wes,

    The vendors list includes vendors from UK, US, and Canada.
    We have a source list available for purchase. The source list includes various companies to purchase custom, and pre-made transfers from a list of transfer vendors as well as vendors to purchase blank shirts.

    The price for custom transfers will be determined by the amount of colors you have in your design. If you are on a tight budget then I would recommend no more than 2 colors in the design. The more colors in the design the more it will cost to have the designs screen printed onto the release paper.

    If you would, please click the link below to purchase the source list.
    http://www.tshirtriches.com/where-to-get-custom-t-shirt-transfers/

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Abel says

Hello I`m happy to pay $27 for the suppliers in UK, can you provide me that information once I pay? Thank you!

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    kimross says

    Hi Abel,

    Once you purchase the sample pack that includes the vendors; we’ll ship the items out to you.

    Thanks!

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    Paul says

    Does the list include sites that sell in the UK?

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Barb says

Hi Cartess,

I got your course over the summer & have watched some of your videos…and I have to say that you are an inspiration to watch and listen to. I haven’t had time to get into the course as deeply as I should before getting started but we are anxious to make some beginner steps asap before another month passes….

My daughter is a photographer and I like to create abstract drawings…we are attempting to start a t-shirt business by creating some of our our own designs and use others we like as well …We have the heat press, a bunch of different sizes and colors of the blank shirts & the good quality transfer paper. We also have an EPSON ink jet printer that uses pigments. Do you know anything about the kind of printer we are about to use? It is new to us… What kind of quality can we expect from this method of printing? We are feeling lucky to have this machine… I hope this is a good way to get started?

So far we have just printed a minecraft design onto a black t shirt for my 11 year old Grandson as a test shirt.It looks pretty good but It has to be test washed to see if it will stay on the shirt….My Daughter, Kim is getting familiar with the machines first and I will learn from her. She catches onto the know how faster than I do. I am soon to turn 71 years of age but I don’t feel it….I’m really anxious to get going with this. Any tips here would be so appreciated.

Thanks,
Barb

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    kimross says

    Hi Barb,

    Thanks so much for taking the time to email us! No, you don’t sound or seem like you’re about to 71 years old! 🙂 My advice in regards to printing the shirts; screen printed transfers.

    You will not receive the quality you need printing your designs from a printer. You have access to the vendors as a paid member. The price for custom transfers will be determined by the amount of colors you have in your design. If you are on a tight budget then I would recommend no more than 2 colors in the design. The more colors in the design the more it will cost to have the designs screen printed onto the release paper.

    This will be your best route to go. 🙂

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Antoine says

How do you get the source list of all vendors even for shirts?

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    kimross says

    Hi Antoine,

    We have a source list available for purchase. The source list includes various companies to purchase custom, and pre-made transfers from a list of transfer vendors as well as vendors to purchase blank shirts.

    The price for custom transfers will be determined by the amount of colors you have in your design. If you are on a tight budget then I would recommend no more than 2 colors in the design. The more colors in the design the more it will cost to have the designs screen printed onto the release paper.

    If you would, please click the link below to purchase the source list.
    http://www.tshirtriches.com/where-to-get-custom-t-shirt-transfers/

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Andre Thomas says

Hello, I have a question if I may ask. I was looking to Buy The “Epson WF7010” printer with “pigment inks” to get started from home. My question is, What are some blank heat transfers that you would recommend? Thank you.

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    Kimberly Ross says

    Hi Andrea,

    We have stopped recommending printing from a printer and have reverted completely back to having designs screen printed. Our thoughts on that has never changed. We were just offering that as a solution for those who can not afford to have designs screen printed.

    cwe highly recommend screen printed transfers. Printing from a printer will not provide you the same results as screen printed designs and will not last as longer. The transfers we have are better than the transfer paper sold in stores. Again, this method can not replace or compare to screen printed transfers.

    We have a source list available for purchase. The source list includes various companies to purchase custom, and pre-made transfers from a list of transfer vendors as well as vendors to purchase blank shirts.

    The price for custom transfers will be determined by the amount of colors you have in your design. If you are on a tight budget then I would recommend no more than 2 colors in the design. The more colors in the design the more it will cost to have the designs screen printed onto the release paper.

    If you would, please click the link below to purchase the source list.
    http://www.tshirtriches.com/where-to-get-custom-t-shirt-transfers/

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Diane says

Hi, thank you for your knowledgeable video on how to start a t-shirt business! I have been thinking about an idea for a t-shirt line that your tutorials are on time and in line with what you and your wife have done. Mine too is spiritual in theme. Anyway, my question is the freelancer site, will the design also be my own? You mentioned some of the other sites will keep your design idea.
Thank you,
I look forward to future correspondence!
Diane

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    Kimberly Ross says

    Hi Diane,
    You will need to write out an agreement between you and the designer. You may have to pay a little more, but you will own the design right out. We do recommend getting the design copyrighted after you can the designer has worked everything out.
    copyright.gov

    Thanks
    Kim

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      Diane says

      Ok, thanks for the reply and advice!

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Alvin says

Hi, does your list includes Australian suppliers? Or does the US suppliers at least can send it overseas?

So with 27usd I will be receiving a sample transfer paper to try? Thanks.

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    Kimberly Ross says

    HI Alvin,

    The vendors list includes suppliers from the US, UK, and Canada. Yes, they do ship overseas! 🙂

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Bella says

Hello, in one of your videos you said that when getting a heat press that you do not want a sublimation heat press. I was wondering why that is, and what the difference is because sublimation machines are easier to find.

Thank you!

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    Kimberly Ross says

    Hi Bella,

    There’s no difference between a regular heat press and sublimation heat press. 🙂

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Matt says

Hi,
I must be missing something.
All I want to find is BLANK Plastisol Heat Transfers for CHEAP in BULK. Transfer Express is too expensive for me and I want them to be blank, not have a custom design on them. Can someone please give me a site where I can find cheaper BLANK heat transfers?

Thanks,
-Matt

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    Kimberly Ross says

    HI Matt,

    You can not purchase BLANK plastisol transfer paper. You will need to have screen printing equipment. If you want screen printing, you’ll have to have your designs screen printed. You can not use a printer.

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Daphne Curry says

Hello Kim and Cartess.

Can you tell me the heat press you are using in the video and where I can buy it from. I would like to know asap. My budget is 1300 for the machine. I want to know where to purchase it so I can get it right away. I found one that looks like the one in the video on line but they were not selling it. It was called the hix ht600. If this is correct can you please direct me to a site so I can purchase it asap.

Thank you for your time and consideration,

Daphne

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    Kimberly Ross says

    Hi Daphne,

    Here’s a list of machines we recommend.

    We also recommend that you purchase a machine that’s at least 16×20. Anything smaller than the 16×20 you’ll have issues printing on larger items.

    If the machine are outside of your budget try looking on Amazon, Ebay, or Craigslist.
    http://www.tshirtriches.com/heat-press-machine-101/

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tiara j says

Hi, I was thinking about purchasing the list and wanted to know will it also have reliable t-shirts companies that I can buy shirts from in bulk?

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    Kimberly Ross says

    Hi Tiara,

    The vendors list will include wholesale vendors to purchase transfers and blank shirts. Cost will be determined by the amount of items you purchase at one time. THe more you buy at one time, the less it will cost you.

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Kenyetta Cooper says

Hello

First I would like to say your website and tutorials are a blessing for me. My husband recently started a t-shirt business named Live Life City. I have manged to get most of the legal things done on my own. The problem that I am running into is that my husband currently gets his shirts printed by a local shop and when we invested in our own heat press machine he the ship seemed uninterested in putting our current designs on transfer paper. I have been searching every where and even tried the website you suggested and yes they are expensive. I was wondering if you all sell bulk screen printed transfers, and if so how I could about ordering them. If you have a moment we are having our website designed at the moment but we have pictures up on instagram@livelifecity. Again thank you for all of you help.

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    Kimberly Ross says

    Hi Kenyetta,

    Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. It’s great you were able to get started. We do not sell transfers, or any supplies directly, I apologize.

    We have a source list available for purchase. The source list includes various companies to purchase custom, and pre-made transfers from a list of transfer vendors as well as vendors to purchase blank shirts.

    The price for custom transfers will be determined by the amount of colors you have in your design. If you are on a tight budget then I would recommend no more than 2 colors in the design. The more colors in the design the more it will cost to have the designs screen printed onto the release paper.

    If you would, please click the link below to purchase the source list.
    http://www.tshirtriches.com/where-to-get-custom-t-shirt-transfers/

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Terry says

Can you use Digital Photo on Custom Plastisol Transfer Paper.

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Shante says

Is transfer express the cheapest route when buying custom transfers

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    Kimberly Ross says

    Hi Shante,

    Transfer Express tends to cost a little more compared to the other vendors. To be fair, all of the transfer vendors has pretty much the same pricing structure. Your cost is determined by the amount of colors in the design and the amount of transfers you have printed. The less you have printed, the more you will pay. The more you have printed, you’ll begin to see a huge price break and you’ll pay less compared to having just a few 10-50 transfers printed.

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Aaron says

I have a question my wife and I were thinking about buying the $27 sample along with list of vendors . Does this come with the vendors that will put your custom graphic design on the paper to transfer to your shirts ?

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Ashok says

Hi Ross, its pleasure to watch your videos, you are really an inspiration for those who want to start this business like me. I have one question for you which is the better transfer for t-shirts I mean SCREEN PRINTED TRANSFER or DIGITAL TRANSFER ? this is only for t-shirt am asking. Thank you so much in advance.

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    Kimberly Ross says

    Hi Ashok,

    we highly recommend screen printed transfers. Printing from a printer will not provide you the same results as screen printed designs and will not last as longer. The transfers we have are better than the transfer paper sold in stores. Again, this method can not replace or compare to screen printed transfers.

    We have a source list available for purchase. The source list includes various companies to purchase custom, and pre-made transfers from a list of transfer vendors as well as vendors to purchase blank shirts.

    The price for custom transfers will be determined by the amount of colors you have in your design. If you are on a tight budget then I would recommend no more than 2 colors in the design. The more colors in the design the more it will cost to have the designs screen printed onto the release paper.

    If you would, please click the link below to purchase the source list.
    http://www.tshirtriches.com/where-to-get-custom-t-shirt-transfers/

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James says

Hello Mr/Mrs Cartess…
I own a business and am currently looking to do some giveaways for promotions. I currently have a vaccum sublimationn machine and would like to print onto keychains, mousepads (primarily), mugs, and t-shirts. Will the plastisol transfers work in a vaccum heat press machine? also, will the vendors be able to print my designs in a format that are small enough to give me multiple pictures per page so as to to have the ability to cut out designs for each of the small items I will print on.

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jeff says

hi im trying to order your source list but its charging me shipping and you said you cover the shipping please respond asap thanks

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Kendra says

Hello Kim and Cartess, I am starting my t-shirt company and thinking about purchasing the vendor list. Does this list includes the vendors that have the Christian tees because my business is christian t-shirt. And I saw some very good transfers in the videos that I would like to purchase.

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    Kimberly Ross says

    Hi Kendra!

    YES, absolutely! All the vendors have a variety of categories to select from regardless of your niche or interest.

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Alex says

hey all im super interested in the t-shirt biz i already bought a heatpress too but i wanna kno where do i go from dere

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jose says

Hey I live in the dominican republic and i just bought a heatpress machine I haven’t got started yet cuase I want to due all the research about the business first I want to get your courses but I dont have a computer just my phone can it be seen threw the phone or can the course be given threw the or I have to a computer

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    Kimberly Ross says

    HI Jose,

    You can use your phone. However, keep in mind that the course pretty much consistent of videos. So, you’ll need to be connected to WiFi. Otherwise, you’ll have issues with the videos loading.

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clarence says

Hi Cartess I followed your instructions on how to set up my website by using wordpress but when I try to log into it, it takes me back to my Godaddy acct not wordpress what am I doing wrong.

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robert says

Hello,
Can please help me understand what I just purchased for $37.00? I thought I was gettting your video tutorials only to find out that will cost almost $400.00

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brian besong says

Hi I just started my own t shirt business i would like to purchase on your website the manual because i need a good company that i can send my art for them to put on a screen paper transfer but i live in canada would they be able to ship in canada?

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    Kimberly Ross says

    Hi Brain,

    The vendors we recommend are included are in the manual and once you purchase the manual you will have access to the vendors. However, there’s only one supplier we’re aware of in Canada. At one time, there were multiple companies in Canada. For whatever reason, most are no longer in business except the for one company we’re aware of. Most of the vendors we recommend are located in the US, and the UK.

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Alex Maceda says

Hi Cartess,
I just purchased your $37.00 workbook … we’re just getting started now: June 2015. Does your company keep all your lists (service and product suppliers, etc) up to date with new companies? Hope that made sense. Just hoping that I didn’t buy lists and information that was ‘cutting edge’ in 2011! Thank you. We have our business all established, trademarks, designers, etc., but until I ran across TshirtRiches online, we were going to just going to outsource everything. Looks like what we really need to outsource now is getting the screen printing done on the transfer papers and learn how to use the [right] machine.

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jose says

cartees hello, I have a question that is the transfer paper you use and where you can get to an inkjet printer….. thank you god bless you..

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    Kimberly Ross says

    Hi Jose,

    We recommend screen printed transfers. We do not recommend printing from a printer just for the sake of quality. You want to be in business selling products that will allow people to buy from you over and over again; as well as refer others to you. Sadly, printing from a printer will not allow you to do so.

    Once you have your designs created; you can send the digital files of the designs to transfer companies. They can take your design and screen printed directly onto the special release paper. There are no printers involved in this process. All the designs are printed by screen printing equipment. Once the designs have been screen printed onto the special release paper instead of directly on shirts. They’ll send you the transfers; which you’ll press directly onto the shirts using the heat press machine you’ve purchased.

    The cost of having designs printed will vary; it depends on the amount of colors you have in the design. The more colors you have in the design the more it will cost. If you’re starting with a limited budget; we recommend no more than 2 colors.
    Another fact in cost of getting the designs screen printed will be determined by the amount of transfers you have printed. The less you have printed the more you’ll pay. The more you have printed the cost to have the transfers printed, cost drops.

    We have a source list available for purchase. The source list includes various companies to purchase custom, and pre-made transfers from a list of transfer vendors as well as vendors to purchase blank shirts.

    The price for custom transfers will be determined by the amount of colors you have in your design. If you are on a tight budget then I would recommend no more than 2 colors in the design. The more colors in the design the more it will cost to have the designs screen printed onto the release paper.

    If you would, please click the link below to purchase the source list.
    http://www.tshirtriches.com/where-to-get-custom-t-shirt-transfers/

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teressa says

I’ve seen videos where ppl had a picture on their computer and they print on the sublimation computer then they put on the heat press.
What is best to do I don’t want stuff pealing. Off.
If I want a phrase put on a shirt how could I do that

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    Kimberly Ross says

    Hi Teressa,

    We recommend screen printed transfers. We do not recommend printing from a printer just for the sake of quality. You want to be in business selling products that will allow people to buy from you over and over again; as well as refer others to you. Sadly, printing from a printer will not allow you to do so.

    Once you have your designs created; you can send the digital files of the designs to transfer companies. They can take your design and screen printed directly onto the special release paper. There are no printers involved in this process. All the designs are printed by screen printing equipment. Once the designs have been screen printed onto the special release paper instead of directly on shirts. They’ll send you the transfers; which you’ll press directly onto the shirts using the heat press machine you’ve purchased.

    The cost of having designs printed will vary; it depends on the amount of colors you have in the design. The more colors you have in the design the more it will cost. If you’re starting with a limited budget; we recommend no more than 2 colors.
    Another fact in cost of getting the designs screen printed will be determined by the amount of transfers you have printed. The less you have printed the more you’ll pay. The more you have printed the cost to have the transfers printed, cost drops.

    We have a source list available for purchase. The source list includes various companies to purchase custom, and pre-made transfers from a list of transfer vendors as well as vendors to purchase blank shirts.

    The price for custom transfers will be determined by the amount of colors you have in your design. If you are on a tight budget then I would recommend no more than 2 colors in the design. The more colors in the design the more it will cost to have the designs screen printed onto the release paper.

    If you would, please click the link below to purchase the source list.
    http://www.tshirtriches.com/where-to-get-custom-t-shirt-transfers/

    Or you can locate a local screen printer in your area to screen printed directly onto blank shirts you supply the screen printer to print on. It’s actually cheaper to purchase your own shirts and give to the screen printer. The price once again will be determined by the amount of colors in the design and how many shirts you have printed. You’ll need to locate a local screen printer in your area to determine prices.

    We have created a training course that will walk you through the entire process from beginning to end. There’s no reason in trying to figure all this out on your own, cut your learning curb in half! We’ve done all the hard work for you. All you have to do is take advantage of the blueprint we’ll provide, learn the material and apply it towards your business. This isn’t an easy task, this isn’t some get rich quick scam and it will require a lot of hard work if you expect to receive any type of results. Honestly, your results depend on you.

    Please click the link to check out the program we have created along with the pricing information.
    http://tshirtriches.com/protege300

    http://tshirtriches.com/training

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ri says

do the heat presses work on rhinestones?

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Gwenn says

Good morning Mr. Ross
I want to say” Thank You “. I haven’t had a chance to look at all the videos yet. But I have done as you said and purchased a heat press from craigslist (pro world) also have my EIN
number. My question to you is where can I get the some Christian transfers you have to set up at a church event as well as how many shirts should I start out with?

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Butch says

I purchased your quick start guide and in all the resources I did not see a listing for a company to do stock transfers can you advise who you prefer to purchase your stock transfers from
Thanks
Butch

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    Kimberly Ross says

    Hi Butch,

    It’s in there, please make sure you go through all the pages in consume all the information we’ve provided. If you skipped over the vendors’ list, there’s a chance you didn’t consume the information we’ve provided that will allow you to get your business going. Yes, the companies are listed in the quick start guide.

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les says

MR. ROSS,

I GOT A BUSINESS ALREADY, AND I GOT HEAT PRESS ALREADY.

WHAT I NEED IS WHERE TO PURCHASED THE DESIGNS FROM SO I CAN START SELLING T-SHIRTS AT MY RETAIL BUSINESS.

I WANT DESIGNS ALREADY ON TRANSFER PAPERS…ALL I HAVE TO DO IS PRINT THE T=SHIRTS….THANK YOU

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Jaime says

Hi Cartess,
I have watched your videos and enjoyed and learned from them. We are new starting out, already have a heat press, but wanting to learn about platisol transfers and how to get our business off the ground. I got to this page looking at the Quick Start guide you offer for $57 plus s/h. However, in reading these comments I saw that you said you offer
“a course that is $137. It includes everything you need to get started. We also offer a payment plan that allows you to break up the $137 into 4 payments. Each month for 4 months you will be charged $34.25.”
But I cannot find where I would sign up for this anywhere on your training site. Is this still available, and if I sign up for it, would it cover what I would find in the Quick Start guide? I want info on the business, but also want to get list of vendors for ordering transfers and buying t-shirts, so if you could let me know which I am better off getting for the most information please. Thank you so much for all of your good information.

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    Judy Jolley says

    Hi Jaime!
    We do offer our Quick Start guide for 58.95, and it includes our preferred vendor list for both transfers and wholesale blank garments. We are no long running the special that you mentioned. Our current payment option is 6 payments of $65.00 or one payment of $379.00. In the information in the start up guide is a transcribed version of the videos in the course, if that helps! We look forward to having you as a member!

    Thanks,
    Judy Jolley

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Bob says

Hi, does your list of plastisol vendors offer shipping to the uae? I have a hard time looking for plastistol transfer companies who are willing to ship in the middle east. thanks.

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    Judy Jolley says

    Hi Bob,
    No, I am fairly certain that the vendors on our list will not ship internationally. The majority are based in the US. I wish we could be of more assistance!

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