St Patricks Day Sublimation Transfers

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Get all your St Patrick’s Day Sublimation Transfers printed at CT Hobby — your pinch-proof project source! Pick an image and size!

These are Sublimation Transfers. See the description below and details in the “NOTES” section also.

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Get all your St Patrick’s Day Sublimation Transfers printed at CT Hobby — your pinch-proof project source! Pick an image and size. Or better yet, email us your image, size and quantity needed!

These are Sublimation Transfers. See the description below and details in the “NOTES” section also.

  • 8.5 x 11 (letter size) transfers: $1.50
  • 11×17 (2xletter size) $2.79
  • 24×11 (nearly 3x letter) $3.99

Please be aware of 2 important factors when printing:

  1. Margin Requirements:  Printing cannot be done all the way to the edges of the paper. There will be some areas of the overall size where the print simply will not occur. Typically, about 1/2 inch is lost for each 8 inches of horizontal distance.
  2. Combining Ability: If you need smaller prints, several can fit in the space of a single print, for the cost of the single print! So, for example, if you’re needing keychain sized prints, send us a larger print with LOTS of copies of your design on it. So, if you’re subbing 3 inch double-sided keychains, for example, you can get 21 copies on a 24×11 print for $2.99 so that’s only 14¢ per print!

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Cant Pinch That, Kiss Me Im Irish, Im Not Irish But Kiss Me Anyway, You're Me Lucky Charm, Pinch Proof, Wee Bit Irish, Follow the Rainbow, Let Shenanigans Begin, Irish Man Unicorn, Irish Woman Unicorn, Not Lucky Just Blessed, Who Needs Luck

Sublimation is a process where the ink is vaporized and moves through the air into the specially treated material tightly pressed next to it. When the heat and pressure are released, the ink stays put wherever it is! So time, temperature and pressure are all three important for the final result! Sublimation has no white ink. Anything you see is white is actually the absence of all ink. So whatever the garment color is, that's what will show.  Any garment color other than white can affect the end color. Best results are on 100% polyester material. Less polyester in the blend can result in less ink transfer (colors will appear less vibrant or "faded," so test first!