We loved the Supacolor transfers SO much after we tried them out on t-shirts that we decided to see what ELSE they would stick to. Since Supacolor transfers are a cross between a traditional heat transfer and a screen print, we weren’t quite sure what would work, but we started with the general idea of what traditional HTV will stick to and go from there.

Now, you may be asking yourself WHY? Well, we’d probably start off by saying “WHY NOT?!?” but the truth is that we want to help people think outside the box and see that Supacolor transfers can be so much more valuable beyond just apparel. Shirts and hoodies are great, and there’s a HUGE market for them, but if you want to be able to offer a little variety or come up with some great home decor to sell or even keepsakes for a branded event, these Supacolor transfers could be just the thing you need!

Check out all the materials we tested with Supacolor Transfers below!

🛒 Tools and Materials (most links = affiliate links):

Supacolor Transfers: http://shrsl.com/3gjlr

Heat Press – ProWorld TransPro Plus 1620: http://shrsl.com/3mmhx

Pressing Pillows: http://shrsl.com/3mmi2

Husky Adjustable Height Table: https://homedepot.sjv.io/Husky46

Apron: https://amzn.to/3KNrbt3

Pillow: https://amzn.to/3jEti6v

Wood Round: https://link.justmightdiy.com/Michaels-Wood-Round

Canvas Notebooks: https://link.justmightdiy.com/Michaels-Notebook

Shadow Box: https://link.justmightdiy.com/Michaels-SB9x9

Tote Bag: https://amzn.to/3jE9pwi


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