T-shirt printing: 3 things to consider first. These three inexpensive tips are easy to follow, easy to use, and will give you a lot of satisfaction when you wear your custom shirts soon.
Let's start with the end in mind. Rather than rushing and ordering t-shirts online to print, I suggest starting with the end in mind.
Each of these previous events may result in the choice of a different garment for the user to consider. Maybe the weather around you dictates what you wear. This is important to keep in mind when deciding to print designs on T-shirts. A hoodie as a gift in summer may not be as acceptable as a crew neck T-shirt. You can go to the contact us option to get in touch with the desired company from where you want to buy next-level clothing. Let's start!
Tip 1: Why do you want to print your own t-shirt?
This is an important question because it will lead us to the purpose of the shirt, the fabric it is made from, and whether it is a t-shirt or hoodie for winter or a tank top or crew neck t-shirt for a hot summer event summer.
Let me give you three examples here to help you understand how this planning stage is very important before you rush off buying random shirts online.
Example one! Let's imagine you are planning a party night on a Saturday early with the boys. It's about the boyfriend since it's her big day with the boys. The group of friends decides that the topic revolves around the boyfriend's soccer team.
Tip 2: What image sizes are best for printing?
I find that most of the people who come up to me to print their t-shirts are not the right photo size, to begin with. What most people do is take free images from Google or Facebook. Although these graphics may look good on a small screen, they are rarely the right size to print on a much larger surface, such as a shirt or sweater.