How to Make T-Shirt Designs Work on Other Products? | Printful Print on Demand

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How to Make T-Shirt Designs Work on Other Products? | Printful Print on Demand

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Have T-Shirt designs that are doing well but feel like there’s more you could do with them? 👕💭📈 Watch this video and learn how to make the most out of your designs!

🚩Table of Contents ⬇

00:00 What to do to get more out of your t-shirt designs
00:51 How to do it
01:30 How to adapt your designs for posters
02:35 How to adapt your designs for mugs
04:08 How to adapt your designs for phone cases
05:21 Saving the templates

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About this video

Coming up with a great design can be a lot of work and can take some time. So why not be more efficient by getting as much out of each design as possible?

In this video, I’ll show you how you can take your existing t-shirt designs from your file library and apply them to other products.

Using your best-selling designs on other products will help you maximize your profit. Think of it this way—if someone’s buying a t-shirt because they love the design, they’re very likely to buy a matching phone case with the same cool design.
It’s also an opportunity to experiment with the designs that haven’t been as successful as you’d like them to be. Maybe you just haven’t yet found the right product for them!

In this video, we’ll look into adjusting t-shirt print files for posters, mugs, and phone cases.
Designs for these products need the least amount of adjustments so you can expand your catalog with ease!

We’ll also look into what you need to pay attention to when using your t-shirt designs for posters, mugs, and phone cases specifically.

Posters come in two finishes – glossy, which works well with photographs, and matte, which is good with text or pastel colors. Photographs, typography, and designs with bold, eye-catching colors are the best for posters in general.

The size and shape of posters vary, and so does the print area. Depending on your t-shirt design, you might be able to add your graphic to a poster without any need for adjustment, or you’ll need to think about how to best fit your graphic in the available space. For this reason, it’s helpful to keep your design elements separated into their own layers if you use design software like Photoshop so that it’s easier to move them around. And don’t forget to make sure that your design is in high quality for best results when printing!

Having a high definition graphic is essential if you want to use your t-shirt design on the larger posters–your design will scale to fit the print area, you have to make sure it doesn’t lose quality.

There are different types of mugs available so pick one that fits your brand. For example, choose enamel mugs if you have an adventurous, outdoorsy brand, or choose mugs with color inside if you have a collection of playful designs. There are also Magic mugs that let you keep your designs a surprise until a hot drink is poured into them. And if you prefer classics—go with the White Glossy Mugs that are available in two sizes.

Simple text designs work great with mugs.

While t-shirts have a print area with no obstructions, phone cases are a little more complicated.
Phone cases are more narrow and differ in size depending on the phone model and you also have to account for camera cut-outs which differ from phone to phone.

Once your products are designed, you can use your templates to order for yourself, or add products to your store.

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