How To Print Custom Gifts
You can hear those sales ringing for the Christmas holidays. Here are some custom gifts you can make and sell this holiday season with transfers and a heat press. Try a few of these and you will be heat printing holiday happiness for both you and your customers.
T-shirts and Hoodies
Christmas apparel is a large market, and everyone wants to dress festive for the holidays. We have the art to make designing easy in the online designer, Easy View. Try some popular holiday phrases paired with clip art. Personalization is a huge seller and you with no minimum orders on UltraColor Max, you can order just what you need for perfect custom gifts. For bigger orders that are selling well use Goof Proof screen printed transfers to put more money in your pocket.
Don’t forget the pets this holiday season. This is an easy sale and custom transfer work great on these pet bandanas.
Did you know UltraColor Pro can be applied to cardstock for an amazing full color and textured card?
A custom photo on these heavy cardboard puzzles is a fun and personal custom gift. Both Goof Proof and UltraColor Max apply to the puzzle board. Goof Proof separated into puzzle pieces easier, UltraColor Max will need some exacto knife action to work.
UltraColor Max will give you that one of a kind wall hanging that makes the perfect heat printed gift in seconds.
Pair a printed tote with a box of fabric markers and you have the perfect gift for a creative child. With UltraColor Max you can create one-of-a-kind coloring bags sure to sell well at craft fairs. For a larger run use Goof Proof to get those price breaks.
Use UltraColor Max to personalize a photo book or scrapbook. Add a name and something personal to the cover as a keepsake to a trip.
Umbrella and Rain Poncho
Get your crew ready for the rainy-day weather using a fun saying and monogram on an umbrella and poncho. In just seconds you have the perfect gift giving set.
Yes, you can print on leather. Add a monogram or name to a wallet with UltraColor Max.
What custom gifts are you heat printing this Christmas?