Sublimation Startup: Get Setup for Success in Sublimation with JenniferMaker
Regular price $39.00
Sublimation crafting is the latest trend and a wonderful way to add full-color designs to many of your crafts! You can make professional-level items for your home, your family, your friends... or even to sell!
If you’re new to sublimation, this mini-course is perfect for learning fundamental techniques and skills. You do NOT need a sublimation printer before you begin, as we will go over everything — from printers to ink to paper to presses to blanks — together to help you make the best decisions on what YOU need.
And if you already have a sublimation printer, you’ll get to challenge yourself and continue building your skills by learning about other printers, tools, techniques, and tips.
In this mini course, you’ll learn:
- What printers you can use for sublimation, from purpose-built printers to converted printers
- Different types of inks for sublimation
- Why your paper matters and the best paper to use!
- How to get your sublimation prints to transfer successfully with the right heat and pressure
- Dozens of different blanks, including some really cool and unusual things you never would have thought you could sublimate!
- How to troubleshoot common sublimation mishaps, like lines in prints, faded images, and edge lines on fabrics!
- How to try out the full sublimation process for under $55 (or less!)
- PLUS ... how to design a personalized sublimation journal and size it to fit YOUR journal or notebook or or other sublimation materials ... there are many ways to make this project!
Included in this mini course is:
- Three in-depth class videos with step-by-step instructions that can be watched anytime, even downloaded to watch offline!
- An invitation to the live airing of the classes with Jennifer on May 20, 21, and 22 and 2 pm ET where afterward she answer all of your questions.
- Access to the recordings of the Q&A sessions so you can watch it anytime, anywhere!
- Free designs, printer profiles, and sublimation resource lists!
- Expert support with Jennifer and her team - do you have questions? Because we have answers!
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