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Get Sample Transfers & Printed T-shirts

Many of you wanted to see what a custom transfer looked like and many of you also wanted to see what a transfer looked like when printed onto a t-shirt. So, based on the feedback, I put together this inexpensive little package that I ship out once a week and if you want one, I’ll send it to you.

Click the video below to see what comes in the t-shirt sample pack…

It’ll include a t-shirt with a heat transfer already printed on it — this way, you can see the quality that you’ll be able to duplicate with your designs as well. I also encourage you to wash this t-shirt a hundred times until you’re satisfied the design isn’t going anywhere… You’ll tear the t-shirt up before the design will come off 🙂

In addition to a printed t-shirt, I’ll also pull out “one” random ‘heat transfer’ design and will include it in your package so you can see what an actual ‘heat transfer’ looks like. This transfer is what the various companies can make for you with your own design.


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  • kee kee says:

    i do designs and i want to put them on shirts how do i get my designs to you to put on the transfers and how many can i get and also what size can the image go i usually do 11×14

  • Anonymous says:

    It’d be cheaper for you to go through one of these people:
    http://tshirtriches.com/t-shirt-transfers-selfweed-pape/

  • Do you mention what company you got each transfer from?

  • Samuelguerrero1983 says:

    You said I can buy the t-shirts for about $1.30 a piece but from where?

  • Cartess Ross says:

    Many of the t-shirt companies have sales from time to time whereby you can get specials on tees… The pricing will be determined on the quantity you purchase — that helps. Buying 5 or 10 tees won’t get you a great break. Here are two companies that’ll give u great pricing once your volume picks-up:

    http://www.tscapparel.com and http://www.broderbros.com

  • erikaa says:

    my question regarding the purchase of the tshrirt coarse is……
    is there a limited time the information is available? I notice there is a log in for members in order to see the information. and because i know this will not be a get rich quick thing and will need to put work in, in order to make a true profit continuously and will need to refer back to your information from time to time. FYI, so far, the videos youve done seem very insightful

  • Cartess Ross says:

    You’ll have access to it for up to 12 months.

  • Mybiz1342 says:

    Cartess, I want to start a t-shirt business but I would like to have Rhinestones templates as well and the normal lettering. Can you offer any advice. Does your course have information on Rhinestones or crystal templating?

  • Cartess Ross says:

    Hi… Unfortunately, I don’t go into rhinestones in the course, as I don’t have experience in this arena. However, the following search in Google turned up some good stuff:
    http://www.google.com/search?q=custom+rhinestone+transfers

  • Arminenance says:

    HELLO CAN YOU LET ME NO WHICH T SHIRT SOFTWARE IS CAPATABLE WITH THE TRANFERS COMPANY. OR DO WE PRINT OUT THE FLYER AND THEN SEND IT TO THE COMPANY. arminenance@gmail.com

  • TEE says:

    Is there an opportunity to purchase transfer designs from others.

  • Katrina Sky says:

    I see you have good quality of printed shirts. Great!

  • Katrina Sky says:

    I see you have good quality of printed shirts. Great!

  • Sario says:

    i really want to make shirt but i have no money would you help me in the name of Jesus?

  • Anonymous says:

    please in the name of Jesus.

  • Traywhite1195 says:

     cartess  what transfer company can i contact for transfer that i can get right away  from tray white 1195@hot mail .com

  • Swiftblack says:

    how different is the heat transfere paper?

  • Michele says:

    Hi Cortez, I like your videos. I want to make my own designs on my T-shirts. I want to use the t-shirt paper and ink you use. How can I order. Do I make the designs on my computer? What program? Since I’m just starting out, I need to do it as inexpensively as possible. I have already purchased a heat press at the print show.

  • Michele Oliver says:

    What type of printer do I need to print my designs on the plastisol T-shirt paper?

  • Jayne says:

    I like what you are doing!  I am Kenya and wondering how to go about such a business, how do i get the heat transfers, the machine etc?

  • alfred johnson says:

    hey am very happy to come across this great idea, i gotta take it very serious.i am not living in the US;i am living in germany. i will like to be member of this grat team with lot of ideas that i amm always admire at. 

  • alfred johnson says:

    hey guys i really love your ideas i will surely join up with you guy what grat idea to make money in a faster way

  • Jmtuakoi says:

    i need me one ov those our maybe 2 i wanna make my own shirts
     

  • Cartess Ross says:

    I’m not sure if these machines will plug in to your electrical outlets. Do a search in your area to see if any companies have machines for your area.

  • Cartess Ross says:

    You’ll need to work with a screen printer. You can’t make these with a home printer.

  • Cartess Ross says:

    Watch this video here and see links under the video:
    http://tshirtriches.com/starting-tshirt-business/

  • Cartess Ross says:

    different from what?

  • Cartess Ross says:

    Right away… Go here: http://www.txpress.com (you’re gonna pay a little more for ‘right away services”.

  • Cartess Ross says:

    Take baby steps and you’ll make it. Save a little here and a little there. Look for used equipment to get started. You don’t have to spend a ton of money on ‘new’ stuff. Find local printers in your area who may do work for you in exchange for some free labor/help you might provide them. You gotta get your “HUSTLE” on. If money is an objection, fight through that and just get started. Start with one t-shirt — you don’t have to buy all this stuff to get going. Get a printer to make you 12 tees and just get going and build from there.

  • Darryl Mitchell says:

    Hey Cartess,
    Just ordered my t-shirt pack. Looking forward to checking out the product. I have a lot of things already place. But these t-shirts will take me to the professional level to make some serious money.
    thanks again for the great information and support you provide.

    Regards
    Darryl Mitchell

  • Cartess Ross says:

    No problem. We got behind on the shirts getting out. They all should be out in the mail by Wednesday.

  • Gkalazy says:

    does the print work on any t shirt material texture, what i mean is, does it only work for cotton materials or it works with a wider variety of materials

  • Cush says:

    i saw your heat press video on utube. and i was wondering if that would work on a sweatshirt. also, does it matter what material the Tshirt is? cotton, polyester, wool ect?

  • Michael Tanner says:

    Are these plastisol transfer.

  • Cartess Ross says:

    Yes they are.

  • Cartess Ross says:

    It will work on a sweater, no problem.

  • Cartess Ross says:

    It works on a variety of material — cotton, wool. I even printed onto a pair jeans, socks, denim, etc… Can generally print onto anything that doesn’t melt.

  • Gladstone says:

    hi sir, what kind of transfer paper you use that only leave the image and not the whole back ground

  • Mike says:

    Hi Cartess, 

    Thanks for the awesome information.

    Regarding T-Shirt, how do you align the design perfectly.  Is there any room for errors?

    How does major retailers like Nike/American Eagle, etc make their tshirts?  What type of machines do they use?

    Thanks, Mike

  • Cartess Ross says:

    Thanks for the kind words Mike!

    I’ve just always eye-balled it… However, there are various tools on the market that’ll help you align your designs. You can see this video here:

    http://www.perfecttransfers.com/

  • Fusionbarbershop says:

    can someone please help me find a machine at a good price…

  • Cartess Ross says:

    The following pdf document should be of help to you:
    http://www.pneac.org/sheets/screen/plastisolvwaterbase.pdf

  • Cartess Ross says:

    Depends on how aggressive you’re trying to go… Depends on the number of designs you wish to start out with, the number of colors on the designs, etc… If you buy used machines, you can get those for as little as $300 – $500. Spend another $300-$500 getting multiple designs drawn up by another graphic artist (if you’re not familiar with the software)… All in all — About $3K can get you off to a great start — although I’ve seen others get started with $1K (that included machine, designs, transfers, etc…) We have a bundled package here and before the weekend is over, I’ll be adding to it the option where my graphic artists will work with you to create your designs: http://tshirtriches.com/heat-press-machine/

  • Donna says:

    Hello,

    I just trumbled on your website and found it very interesting. I live in Canada, would I be able to start up a
    tshirt company like your here. where would I get the machine, transfer paper and all the necessary infor.
    to start?

    • Cartess Ross says:

      Absolutely… The process I teach applies no matter where you live.

      Some of the vendors I talk about are in Canada. You shouldn’t have a problem getting a heat press there or finding companies to do custom transfers for you.

      Take a look at our full blown course — it’ll get you going much faster:
      https://www.tshirtriches.com/training/

  • boezac says:

    What printer and ink do you use to print on your transfers. i know the epson with high heat pigment ink is what im working toward but until then i have a ver nice kodak photo printer..not laser.. will this work for my first few shirts til i can get get business to pay for my epson printer and ink. thanks for response
    boezac
    http://www.efustore.com
    615-557-5033

    • kimross says:

      Hi Boezac,

      The best printer to use would be the Epson most importantly along with the pigment ink which makes the difference. However, please do what you can to make the money to purchase what you need. We understand you have to start from some where. 🙂

  • kenny says:

    Where can I get my heat transfers from and how much are they gonna cost each? I already hava my designs. .

    • kimross says:

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

  • P. says:

    Where can I have my word designs made on transfer paper?

    • kimross says:

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

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  • John Williams says:

    Hello i need my heat transfer paper i order from you please i order from you on may 27 2017

    • Judy Jolley says:

      Hi John!
      I apologize for the inconvenience. We no longer offer that item. I have refunded your order and you should receive the funds within 3-5 business days.

      Thanks,
      Judy

  • Larenta says:

    Hi ,yes what is the site for the screen printed transfers
    and whats the price per sheet?

    • Judy Jolley says:

      Hi Larenta,
      We get a lot of inquiries related to which transfer vendor is the best, and which one to use.

      Each transfer company has their own technique and style. It’s very important you reach out to them and request samples so you can see their work. Many companies will charge for samples, while others will not.

      One of my favorite transfer vendor is Transfer Express. They have quick turnaround times, and if you work within their templates, their fees are reasonable. We have a great list of our favorite vendors available for purchase by clicking here: https://www.tshirtriches.com/screen-print-transfers/

      Hope this helps!

      Judy

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