Some things to remember 


1. Make sure your d*sign files are of high quality

Image quality is paramount. I recommend images that are 300 dpi or higher at full size. Vector files (SVG, JPEG, PNG, TIFFS) file types are all appropriate. The d*sign size can range from 1.5 by 1.5 to 10 by 10 inches.

2. What is Vinyl Printing?

Vinyl printing is when a sheet of polyurethane (pu) vinyl is cut to produce a d*sign or text which is then heat applied (transferred) to the garments. Vinyl printing is a method of printing that is NOT generally limited to a 1 colour print, as some of you maybe unaware . At least not at I Do This, where multi-layered d*signs infused with diamantes are a norm, if requested.

Need  inspiration? I have a  Print Gallery of previous work and below that a unique numbered guide for placement of d*sign. 

Adding the Final Touches to Your Shirt D*sign

Once  finalised and saved, your d*sign enters the review stage, where touch ups, and proofing is verified to make sure it is the custom t-shirt that you paid for. Additional services such as re-branding and packaging are also available, just ask.

For further enquiries contact us and leave a message.