Sublimation Transfers

You can now create products at your own home or business using our fun and colorful designs on sublimation transfers.

Be sure to take the time to read the product description before you purchase so that you are clear on what you will receive.

If you want to sell the items that you make from our transfers you MUST become an Authorized SellerFailure to become an authorized seller will result in legal action.

What is Sublimation

In sublimation printing, specialized inks containing dyes or pigments are applied to transfer paper.

When heat and pressure are applied, the ink rapidly sublimates into a gas and permeates polyester-rich materials.

As the material cools, the gas reverts to a solid state, embedding the ink particles within the material's fibers. This process allows for vibrant, durable prints with excellent color reproduction, making sublimation printing ideal for textiles, promotional items, and more.

Sublimation Transfers FAQ's

A sublimation transfer is an image printed with a sublimation printer on paper made specifically for sublimation. The image looks dull when printed but once pressed on an item will be bright and vibrant.

You've come to the right place. Here at Oh So Paper we sell tons of ready to press sublimation transfers for all of your projects.

Sublimation requires a high polyester count to work. The higher the polyester count the more vibrant the image will appear.

We recommend using fabric/textiles with a 65% or more polyester count.

However if you are looking for a more vintage worn look you can opt for something with a lower polyester count.

DTF transfers is a design printed directly onto a film. DTF transfers can be placed on any fabric because it sits on top of the fabric.

Sublimation transfers use a special ink and paper that when pressed created a chemical reaction that permeates and becomes apart of the substrate being pressed.

Once the process is done the image is an actual part of the substrate and not just on top of it like with DTF.

No. Once they have been pressed you can't reuse them. They are one time use only.

They do not expire or go bad. As long as you keep them in a dry place they should last until you are ready to press them.