Last year your recreational softball team went to the championship game and lost to a team that went out and recruited the best players in the area. This year, you guys are determined to come back and beat them, and the first step in winning that title is having awesome uniforms. Last year, the pizza place down the street sponsored your team and provided unattractive green shirts with a logo and random numbers. This year, though, you have found another sponsor that is not going to provide shirts, so it is up to you!
Your HP LaserJet printer and high-grade HP CC364A toner have not gotten a lot of use over the last couple years, but now is its time to shine. Some people may not realize all of the things that these machines are capable of. It can print on various paper sizes and media types, such as transparencies, labels, greeting cards, photo paper and iron-on transfers. For this project, you will need to get some iron-on transfers at the local office supplies store.
Next step is to head down to the fabric store and pick up some plain shirts, whichever color your team wants to be. You can pick up some blank hats as well. Hopefully you guys have also decided on a team name. If not, make some phone calls and figure out all of the details. Take your shirts and hats home, and jump on your computer to come up with a logo and design. Once you have done this, it is time to start printing. Make sure you have full HP Q3960A toner cartridges or get some replacements if necessary.
Print out your designs onto an iron-on transfer. Lay the plain shirts on an ironing board and place the transfer where you would like the design to be on the shirts. Press the iron down until the image has transferred to the shirts, and before you know it, you will have your jerseys. The exceptional color quality that toner, such as Dell 310-4133 toner, provides will give your team a professional look that all champions deserve!