Block Lettering with Dark Fabric Transfer

  • September 2, 2015

At face value, the uses of dark fabric transfer seem limited. No matter what, you’re going to print a white background, the options seem pretty limited to the full-page print, right?tshirt-dark-sample-200

Wrong! The NuFun Activities dark fabric transfer has a wide variety of incredible application opportunities that we can’t wait to share with you. But first, check out these awesome examples of using dark fabric transfer to create incredible graphic t-shirts and apparel that look like they came from a store:

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2 Comments
  • senna0308

    Hello. I just bought these iron transfers to use on green colored shirts for a team. I’m not paying for them so I don’t want to be failed! Did you cut the letters out with an exact knife? Or did you apply black and gray background to be printed with the letters? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

    • Emily Fusco

      Hi Senna, If you use Dark Transfer paper make sure you cut them out exact or it will have a white boarder around it. Otherwise buy our light transfer fabric and just bubble cut and it will blend with the shirt!

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