Finding Your Layouts & Clip Art in Easy View

Hello Easy View® users! We’re going to go over how to browse through the 7,000+ layouts and clip art options that are available to you in the free Easy View online designer.

To start, once you are in the designer, choose Browse Layouts or Add Clip Art in the upper left-hand corner. You will then see the options for each category. Additionally, you also have the option to open a previously saved job, as well.


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These are the same layout and clip art categories that you will find when browsing through layouts and clip art on the Transfer Express website. You can even choose the layout that you would like to use in the Easy View® designer directly from one of these pages.

In this example, we have clicked on the Sports category to show all of the sport subcategories. If you choose one of these subcategories, all of the options that you would usually see in that category when browsing the Transfer Express website will pop-up. Once these options pop-up, you can choose the layout that you would like to use in your design by clicking on it.

It will then open in Easy View for you to customize as much or as little as you choose.


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The same process is used when choosing a clip art to start your design.

For both clip art and layouts, there is also a search box next to the category list option. Use this box if you know the item number or you would just prefer searching by keywords.

For example, you can type in “baseball”.

After you begin designing, you can still add more layouts or clip art to your transfer sheet. In the same left toolbar, you can click Add Layout or Add Clip Art at any time to return to the layout and clip art categories.


add a layout or clip art in Easy View online designer




We hope that you are enjoying Easy View as much as we are and that it is helping your t-shirt business!



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Can i edit my own clip art i upload?

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It depends on how the artwork was built. If it is vector it should work. If it is not vector, we have an image editor built into the program. Using that also often makes your artwork editable.


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