Scrap Boy Design Method
Recycle it! be good.
Recycle iron-on transfers, letters, numbers and designs to create your own on impulse all Over Freestyle One of a Kind t-shirt design. Get the Scrapboy Decal Transfers Pack and invite your friends over for a T- PARTY. The Transfer Pack Box lands at your door step ready to use, along with super easy general application instructions, tips and FREE Extras to play with and shake up fashion.
What is ScrapBoy's Shirt Design Method ?
T-Shirt Design Method by ScrapBoy is very simple, you use these transfers in various ways to create your own one-of-a-kind shirts. If you are not familiar with plastisol ink iron-on transfers, the design comes in Mirror Image on a sheet of transfer paper.
You face the ink side down and the paper side up when you apply them with a Heat Press or Home Iron.
Use your thumb and nail, scissors, sand paper or whatever else you can find around the studio to achieve the effect you're looking for.
You can do whatever you like to modify the original transfer.
Tear the edges. Scratch off some of the Ink. Cut them into little pieces. etc...
You lay out your iron-on transfer parts on a shirt and start printing them.
Tip: Start from the background and work it to the foreground.
You Print the decals one at a time on the shirt.
You can modify the original decal designs if you want.
Tear the edges, or scratch off some of the Ink, cut it up.
Start printing from the background to the foreground.
What are Scrap Iron-on Transfers ?
Scrap Iron-on Transfers are heat transfers that are left over extras on production job over runs, some may be damaged, or may not be the exact color or size. In other words, the screen printed plastisol ink and glitter in graphic heat transfers can not be sold at full price. Often end up on a shelp gather dust or in the garbage as they start to pile up the crib. These ink transfers get damaged very easy when men handling, because the inks sit on the transfer paper in a semi-liquid fragile type stage you may say, and it does not take much to scratch them. However, after they are Heat Applied on a t-shirt for example, using the correct press time and pressure, these INKS harden and bond with the garments. As the traditional screen print process, they are long lasting, and durable in the wash and wear.
Great transfer designs and quality
So you end up with some great high quality transfer designs that are 99.9% perfect condition, created, designed and made by very talented artists, the transfers are stored away waiting to be tossed in the trash when that day comes.
It is a waste of art and it pollutes the environment.