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Kids Unique T-Shirts

Updated: Nov 28, 2022

Personalised Unisex Children's T-Shirts, Kids Art, Kids Drawings

Kids T-ShARTS Let the artist within them escape

Most children's drawings and paintings end up on the fridge door and eventually in the bin, now you can let your child express their inner artist and have their drawing or painting printed onto a top quality t-shirt!

All you have to do on purchasing one of our Personalised Children's T-Shirts is upload their painting to us via the orange button on the bottom right of the screen and include any words that you would like printed on the shirt.

We can then retouch your Child's drawing / Painting etc to help produce a stunning eye catching personalised item that would look great. Once we have completed your design, we will email you a mock up for your final approval before printing the item, this is to ensure you are 100% happy with the design, words etc. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us via the orange contact button in the right bottom corner and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Once you approve the mock up, we will then print your design and get it posted out to you Royal Mail First Class Signed for.

The Photo quality images just pop in this relaxed fit T-shirt ( The boy in the photograph is wearing a 5-6 year old T-Shirt that he designed himself). With set-in sleeves and a rib crew neck collar printed using a technique called Sublimation. Dye Sublimation printing is a process whereby full colour images, text and other graphics can be transferred onto a receptive item. The process relies on a specialised ‘dye sublimation’ ink, which when heated changes from being a solid dye to being a gas, without passing through a liquid stage. Taking this a step further, if this gas encounters polymer fibres as it moves, it will penetrate those fibres, permanently dyeing them. The effect is rather like that of tattooing. The surface of the substrate is smooth and the transfer print cannot be felt (unlike with a screen print), instead becoming part of the surface. This provides a totally durable result that will not fade or crack.

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