Specialists in digital transfers, stickers and numbers
Phone (07) 3341 1833

FAQ

Q: What are your artwork requirements and charges?

Our art requirements and charges can be downloaded here.

The short version ... we prefer vector art in PDF or EPS - CMYK Color format. Check the download for more detail.

You can e-mail your artwork to sales@everythingvibrant.com.au

If your artwork is too large to e-mail, use the link on your right to upload your large files to Jumpshare. Once they are uploaded, e-mail us the link and we can download your artwork files.

Q: Do you have a price list and how do you quote?

Because our supply prices frequently change, all quotes are on a project by project basis.

If you require a quote on garment decoration and transfers, we will ask questions such as:

  • How many garments/transfers do you need?
  • What size and how many positions do you need the prints?
  • What type of garments are they being printed onto?
  • What are you printing? We will generally ask to see the artwork to assess the best ways to print.

All these questions are designed to give us the best picture of what your requirements are. With this information, we can prepare an accurate quote. 

If you are vague with your information, we can only give you estimates which are subject to change.

If you require a quote on anything seen on this site, or if you have any special requests, please contact us and we can get the ball rolling.

Q: What is Weeding?

Weeding is the process of removing the excess media which is not part of your artwork design. It can become extremly time consuming and can contribute heavily to the price.

Below is an example of weeding.

  

 

1. The transfers are printed using our specalised machinery.

 

 

 

 

 

  2. Your transfers are computer cut using our vinyl plotter

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. Your transfers are then weeded. This is a manual process and can take considerable time. The excess media is being removed by hand, leaving your transfer behind.

 

 

 

 

 

4. Your weeded tranfers are then laminated with a film for easy seperation and application onto your garments.