No joke there is a legit way to print t-shirts using the inkjet printer you have at home and in this video we show you how. If you’re in a time crunch, then this method is for you. If you’re looking to start a real brand checkout the free training: http://bit.ly/Free-Apparel-Training

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Sometimes last minute events may come up requiring you to showcase your designs to the public, and transfer paper using an inkjet printer is the way to go.

One of the classic but often forgotten ways of quickly printing t shirts at home is the transfer paper method we show in this video. Whether you’re a high school student or a parent looking to make a couple of shirts for friends, transfer paper printing is a fast and convenient way to get a small batch of t-shirts.

Next time you’re in a bind like I was when I found out my niece and nephew were having a dinosaur themed birthday, consider using this method to printing your t-shirt designs. The best part about it is, that so far the design we printed have held up after multiple washes, even after being submerged in a pool!

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