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« on: June 18, 2010 03:46:21 PM »

Hi all!  I am looking to make shirts for an organization I am in to avoid the crazy high costs of getting them screen printed.  I've looked at getting my own screen printing stuff, but it would be nice to be able to simply and easily get multiple colors in the design.  But, transfer paper always seems so plastic-y and I've had a lot of trouble with it peeling off.  So, I was wondering if anyone has used the Picture This Medium by Plaid, or a similar product.  Does it make the transfer stiff or likely to come off quickly?
Just trying to figure out my best option for getting these shirts done.  Thanks!
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