*** DIGITAL files only, no physical items will be shipped to you ***
Please read this ENTIRE listing before purchasing and feel free to convo or email with any questions.
This listing is for two downloadable high resolution files, a normal viewed image and a mirrored image. You will also receive a PDF with basic instructions for using the image as an Iron on. Please be sure to read the PDF file first.
Images can be used for many different things, including but not limited to the following:
Iron On transfers Clip art Digital Scrapbooking. Door Signs Wall Decals Goodie bag labels Thank you note pics etc, etc, the possibilities are endless!
***** SIZE *****
Hi Resolution 300 Dots per inch (DPI)
**** Materials Required for Iron On Image *****
- Transfer paper - Purchase this printer paper from your local office supply store, big box stores or online at Amazon.com
- Color Printer (deskjet or Laser, make sure you purchase the corresponding paper for the printer you will use)
- T-shirt, tank top, pillow case, fabric bags, etc. Read the directions on the transfer paper you choose for details of what fabrics will work.
- Iron (or heat transfer press)
This is an instant download, once payment has cleared you will automatically be sent the file by Etsy. For more information on receiving a digital download please see this Etsy article: https://www.etsy.com/ca/help/article/3949
Because this file is digital, you can print as many copies as you'd like from home or a photo lab.
Please contact me if you have questions.
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Returns & exchanges
Due to the nature of digital downloads, refunds are NOT usually given. Please contact me if you feel you have an exception to this and I will be happy to work with you.
It is strongly advised that any files purchased are printed on regular paper to ensure that colors print correctly, that your image doesn't fall into your printer's no-print zone along the margins, and to see what size your design will be (sometimes the on-screen view can be deceiving).