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Old 07-16-2008, 08:56 PM   #1
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I am wanting to make a few T-shirts which feature 4 of my labels on the back. I have 4 separate images that I want arrranged on the back in a square pattern. What is my best option for doing something like this? If I send these to zazzle or cafepress can they make it work?

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Can you post the images here?

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They're in my gallery

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www.zazzle.com is probably the best option. You have to do the design work on their website (it's not very difficult to use). You don't even need a user account for a one time design and purchase. If you like, I can give it a shot and post them for sale under my user name with the absolute minimum markup allowed by Zazzle.
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Ok thanks Yuri. That would be great if you were willing to do something like that- I do need to make a few quick changes to the labels though, so I'll let you know when I get them finalized.

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Hit up a local T-Shirt printer. Probably easier to deal with and end up with what you want.

Would probably be under Screen Printers or T-Shirt Printers in the yellow pages.

How many colours is the design? Spot colours or full colour?

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I am wanting to make a few T-shirts which feature 4 of my labels on the back. I have 4 separate images that I want arrranged on the back in a square pattern. What is my best option for doing something like this? If I send these to zazzle or cafepress can they make it work?
Pretty easy to do this on Zazzle. I made this shirt featuring 5 of our "City Series" labels.

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How do they imbed the images on the shirts?

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screen printing is good if you are doing 10+ shirts, but screens being 15.00 and film being 15.00 you cant really justify the 30.00 setup.

For your 1 and 2 shirt orders, digital is the way..

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Hit up a local T-Shirt printer. Probably easier to deal with and end up with what you want.

Would probably be under Screen Printers or T-Shirt Printers in the yellow pages.

How many colours is the design? Spot colours or full colour?
The setup charge alone will be atrocious compared to what www.zazzle.com can do.
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