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At Lil Creative Designs, we strive to design, create, and produce products that will leave you speechless!  We offer services in the following areas. We will help you determine which production method is best for you based on your specific needs, budget, and turnaround time. 


Custom Apparel 

Design Options: HTV, Sublimation, Laser Transfers, Embroidery and Screenprinting

Apparel Example: T-shirts, Sweatshirts, Hoodies, Joggers, Hats, Cardigans, Shoes, etc.


Business Promotional Products

Design Options: Sublimation, Laser Transfers, and Screenprinting

Promotional Product Examples: Mugs, Tumblers, Notebooks, Bags, Travel Accessories, and Much More.


Heat Transfer Vinyl (iron on vinyl, t-shirt vinyl, or HTV) is a similar material with a heat-activated adhesive that is designed to work with fabric surfaces (or any surface that can stand the heat). This process is not ideal for intricate or multi-colored designs.


Sublimation printing is a specific process of printing that first involves printing onto a special sheet of paper, then transferring that image onto another material (usually polyester or a polyester mix).

The ink is then heated until it disintegrates into the fabric. The process of Sublimation printing costs more than other methods, but it lasts longer, and will not crack or peel over time, like other shirt printing methods.


Printing and pressing a full-color image or photograph onto a t-shirt using laser printed heat transfers or plastisol ink transfers is a simple way for businesses like printers/copiers, t-shirt shops, screen printers and others to decorate ALL types of garments and promotional items.

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Screen Printing, which is also known as Silk Screening, is a method of printing graphics on a t-shirt using thick inks that lay on top of the shirt rather than soaking into the shirt. With screen printing is better for graphics with only one to three ink colors being used.



Embroidery is the craft of decorating fabric or other materials using a needle to apply thread or yarn. Embroidery designs cannot have more than six colors.

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