Don't have time to read this now, pin it for later!
If you are reading this you are here to find out how to start sublimating for a reasonable price, right?
Below I will list (with affiliate links*) all that you need to get started sublimating, right away! All for about $500, now doesn't that sound fabulous?!
*Affiliate links won't cost you any more, it will just allow me a small commission for the referral!
Okay so now you have the printer, ink, & paper... you will now need heat!
A heat press is a must when sublimating. It will allow your print to have even pressure and print, which is very important to get a great transfer.
There are multiple Press options. I will list just two for you. You can find a decent Press for anywhere between $100-200. (Great thing is they can be used for vinyl too and the occasional ironing of clothes, lol)
Already have a heat press for HTV? There is no reason to get a new one, just so long it heats up and has pressure you are good to go!
Last but not least you will need blanks. When looking for blanks make sure they are 100% polyester or polyester coated items. You can find an array of items that can be sublimated! Some great places to purchase blanks are Coastal Business Supply, Conde, and JDS.
Just to name a few:
I hope this helps you get started with sublimation on a budget... any questions or comments, leave them below.
This blog post includes affiliate links. What does this mean? It means you will pay no more but I will get a small percentage for the referral.
So, I have been struggling with a good way to store my acrylic paints. I feel like they have always been a mess and extremely hard to find the colors I have. As you can see below, I have bought the same colors multiple times, not even meaning to.
So first I began by creating the file, if you will be just using my FREE file you can skip this part.
After all of my pieces were cut.
Whooo... you made it to the end! Now all that is left is to put your paint in and admire your work! Make one, two, or twenty!
Hello Friends! I am a lover of all things DIY and I hope you find something useful in all my short ramblings about DIYs, hand lettering and so much more!