Artwork Guide

Compatible file types:

.eps, .png, .jpg, .pdf

How to save artwork

 If you are using Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw. 

Choose File > Save As or File > Save A Copy. Type a filename, and choose a location for the file.
Choose EPS (*. EPS) as the file format, and click Save.

For full colour heat transfers, always save your artwork at 300 dpi at the required size.

Colour profiles

With our transfers you can have unlimited colours in your prints.

Image properties

With our uploader, it will identify any quality issues in real time. If your design is low quality, you will be alerted so you can re-save and upload again.

Our craft uploader will also make you aware if you have placed your design outside the specified area. This will ensure you avoid transfer prints without cropping the design.

Once uploaded the quality of your design will be assessed by our craft uploader. If you artwork is good enough quality for print you will get the green bar, if it's red it means the artwork has not been saved at a high enough quality. See 'How to save artwork' at the top of thge page for more help.

Before placing your order, always check the design dimensions.

Getting a visual

With our uploader you can visualise how your garment will look on different material colours. Click on the fill background button and you can simiulate how your design will work with different colours.

Tip: If your design is mostly white ink, add a coloured background to see all the detail. Don't worry we will not print the background.

Copyright permission

We we take copyright very seriously. Any designs uploaded to this site will only be available to the uploader.
And explicit permission will always be asked for on every design, so any copyright issues can be avoided.


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