Inspirational Names iron on transfers for Ovarian Cancer Walk Team

Ovarian Cancer Team Names iron on transfers

Getting a team together for the Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer walk, but can’t seem to come up with a team name iron on transfer for shirts? Look no further. We have compiled a list of funny and inspirational team names that will lift spirits and get people donating to your cause. Let us know in the comments below which name you think is the best! And be sure to check out our past customers who have some inspiring photos from their ovarian cancer walks

Inspirational and Uplifting Ovarian Cancer Team Names iron on transfers for t shirts

Titans of Teal

Ovary Achievers

The Silence Breakers

Shake Your Teal Feathers

Strides for Hope

A Cysterhood

Team _____ (last name), at your cervix

Teal we find a cure.

Ovary Queens

(First Name) Angel’s

Teal is Real

Want to see how these team names would look on a custom t-shirt or sweatshirt? Check out our Ovarian cancer t-shirts and hoodies for a fun and easy way to get started!

Top 10 Funny and Creative Mud Volleyball Team Names iron on transfers for t shirts

Mud Volleyball Team Names iron on transfers for t shirts

Creative Mud Volleyball Team Names iron on transfers for t shirts
Volleyball…in the MUD! How awesome is that?! (pretty awesome if you ask us.) The only thing just as awesome is a humorous and unique name for your team. Something that will really SET you apart from the competition. That is why we put our think caps on to SERVE you the TOP 10 funny and creative mud volleyball team names. Take a gander and let us know which one you think is the best!

1. Dirt Diggers

2. Mud, Set, Spike!

3. Dirt Devils

4. Mud Sliders

5. Show Me the Muddy

6. Mud, Sweat, & Tears

7. Mud Dolls and Volleyballs

8. That’s Not Mud

9. Mudskippers

10. Muddy Pirates

Want to see how these would look on a custom t-shirt or tank tops? Check out our volleyball t-shirt and tank tops page for a fun and easy way to get started!

Funny Flip Cup Team Names iron on transfers for Team Shirts

Flip Cup Team Names iron on transfers for Team t shirts

Whether you are participating in a flip cup tournament, play on a kickball/flip-cup team, or are just having a party where cups will be flipped, a unique team name can help you stand out and have more fun. So check out our list of creative and funny flip cup team names to stick on custom tee shirts and tank tops.

Funny Flip Cup Team Names iron on transfers for Team t shirts

Flip Cup For What?!
Cruisin’ for a Boozin

Flipper? I don’t even know her!

Cuptastic Crusaders

I’d Flip That!

Brews on First

Solo® Cup All Stars

Flippin’ Not Trippin’

Lady and the Champs

Sipper Flippers

Sorry for Partying

Dunder Flipplin

Creative Yellow Team Names iron on transfer to Add to Team Shirts & Jerseys

Yellow Team Names iron on transfer

Do you wear the color yellow for your club, intramural, or rec sports team and need a clever team name? Are you participating in a walk/run for a charity that features yellow ribbons and can’t come up with a funny name for your group? Well we at Iron On Sticker have put together a list of clever and fun team names just for you! Check them out below and feel free to add them to traditional yellow t-shirts or go bold and really stand out with safety yellow t-shirts.

Creative and Fun Yellow Team Names iron on transfers for Custom T-Shirts & Jerseys

Mellow Yellow

All That Glitters is Gold

Yellow Snow

Gold-diggers

Cheap Yellow Mustard

The Gold Rushers

Yellow Yaks

Sunshine Superstars

The Yellow Fellows

The Golden Children

Yellow Fever

Bumblebees

Yellow Brick Road

Sunny Day

Yellowjackets

Cycling & Bike Team Names

Team Names iron on transfers for Your Cycling Team

Whether you’re participating in a charity bike race with friends or starting your very own mountain biking or cycling team, a creative team name on your jersey will get you noticed. Check out our list of fun team names we’ve compiled and stick one on custom team jerseys or cycling t-shirts made here at Iron On Sticker. Happy pedaling!

Funny & Creative Team Names iron on transfers for Your Cycling Team

The Cyclomaniacs

Pesky Peddlers

Geared Up

Spoke & Mirrors

The Handlebar Army

Wheels of Steel

The Chaingang

Saddled & Addled

The Cyclepaths

Tour de Farce

Old Cranks

Magically Bikelicious

Look Ma No Hands!

Pedal Pushers

Grind My Gears

Spin Doctors

Pedal Power

Full Circle

Cyclepaths

Wheelie Awesome

Cycleology

Spokespersons

Cycle-ops

Vicious Cycle

Chain Reaction

Choosing the Correct Vinyl for Your Jersey

Selecting the material that will be the best fit for your jersey is very important to ensure a great look, and durability.

There are a few factors that you need to consider

Fabric content of the jersey
Does it need to be stretchable?
Is the decoration 1-color or multi-color?

Most jerseys will be Poly, Nylon, or a Blend.  Nylon typically requires a different adhesive than a material that you may commonly use for your cotton or cotton/poly blend t-shirts.  Be sure to confirm the material you may have stocked will be compatible on a Nylon!

Not all materials will be ideal for decoration on a jersey that needs stretchability, like a dance uniform or volleyball jersey.  Be sure to choose a material that will adhere to the content of the jersey, and also offer the stretchability that you’ll need.  Our ® Perform Cut is a great option!

Multi-color decoration can be time consuming if you use the wrong Heat Transfer Vinyl.  Choosing one of our TST (Two Second Tack) materials saves you valuable time.

Once you confirm that the material that you choose will be the best to use for the jersey, you’ll feel confident in offering your customers a jersey featuring a quality and durable decoration.

Interested in learning more about decorating jerseys? Enter your email below to receive our new, free eBook “7 Tips for Decorating Jerseys Confidently”.

How to Make a 80s Style Tee Shirt

Cut up an old tee shirt to look like you just stepped out of the 80s!

First, the Neck : Mark 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) from the neckline all around the neck, following its natural shape.iron on transfers for t shirts

With sharp scissors, follow the basic neckline shape and cut a new, larger hole, using your marks and guidelines. (Remember to cut on the outside of your marks so those don’t remain on the shirt)

Next, the Sleeves : Fold the shirt perfectly in half, matching up the sleeve stitching both on top and bottom.

Holding both sleeves together, follow the angle of the sleeve edge, cutting off 2–4 inches (5.1–10.2 cm), depending on desired sleeve length.

Finally, the details : For a short shirt, in true “Flash Dance” style, feel free to cut an additional 6–8 inches (15.2–20.3 cm) off the length of the tee OR…

Instead of making it short, create some custom fringe. Lay the shirt out perfectly flat. Cut the side of the tee up each edge, stopping where the sleeve meets the body of the tee. Biker Flames iron on decals

Then snip small 2″ cuts (about 0.5″ apart from each other) down both the front and back of each side edge. Make sure there are the same number of snips on each side.

Tie the pieces together to create a side fringe on the shirt. Now repeat on the other side.

Now ROCK ON in your totally rad custom 80s-tee-shirts

Warnings

  • Make sure not to cut too much up the shirt to the sleeve, because the shirt will rip if you do so.
  • Be careful with scissors!

Things You’ll Need

  • A ruler

  • A silver Sharpie or chalk

  • Sharp scissors

  • Your Journey album

  • An oversized shirt (especially if you do the fringe because you will be taking in the waist at least four inches)

How to Get the Sticker Remains off Valuable Products

Some products that you buy may have stickers on them which leave sticky remains that are very hard to get off. This article shows you ways to remove the remains off such products without damaging them.

Method 1. Glass

1. Soak the remains of the sticker with rubbing alcohol.

2. Use the sharp edge of a razor blade to scrape off the remains; this will not damage the glass.

3. Make sure the blade isn’t pointing directly towards the glass. It should be facing the remains and should just skim the surface of it. If it gets harder to scrape off, add warmer water.

Method 2. Wood

1. Put hot water on a sponge.

2. Dab the sponge on the the remains of the sticker on the wood.

3. Slowly peel off as you would with a sticker. It will be easier than using cold water.

4. Consider using a towel to rub it off but it depends on the wood type. If it is smooth, the towel will work better than peeling it off.

Method 3. Metal

1. Use very hot water on the remains. Let it set for about 3 minutes.custom NHL decals stickers

2. Get a towel and rub the remains off hard. The harder you rub the remains, the more effective it will be.

3. Confirm that you are doing it correctly by checking if you get small rolls of sticker.

Method 4. Plastic

1. use rubbing alcohol and do basically what you would do with glass but be more gentle.

Tips

  • WD-40 sprayed on and left to sit will melt most glues. If not, try GooGone from the dollar store or a hardware store.
  • Boiling water can be dangerous, but its more effective.custom mlb stickers

Warnings

  • All three methods can cause injury if care is not taken, so be vigilant. Keep your fingers out of the way of the razor blade.
  • Do not try using hot water on glass.
  • The glass does not class as a laptop screen. A related wikihow has been added to tell you how to clean a laptop screen.

    Things You’ll Need

    • Razor blade

    • Warm water

    • Hot water

    • Towel

How to Print Out Large Letters of the Alphabet

    One of the most classic classroom decorations is an alphabet, strategically placed so students can refer to it when working and serve as a visual reminder of what they’ve learned. You can make a large format alphabet decoration inexpensively and easily by printing out large letters using your computer and printer. There are numerous websites that offer large format letters that can be downloaded and printed, or you can design the letters yourself using word processing software. Remember you can get creative with fonts and colors to help catch your students’ interests as well.custom mlb stickers

    • Open up a blank document using word processing software on your computer. Type the first letter you wish to create in the first line of the document.

    • Highlight the letter you just typed and go up to the “Font Size” drop down menu, usually located at the top center of the document window. Select the largest font size available and click it. If the largest size available does not sufficiently enlarge the letter, you can type in a larger number into the “Font Size” drop down menu box.

    • Highlight your letter again and select the “Font” drop down menu if you wish to use a particular font for your letter. Select your desired font out of the available options.custom NHL decals stickers

    • Go to the “File” drop down menu and select “Print Preview” to see if your letter looks as you want it to. Check that it is appropriately aligned on the paper and does not overlap the boundaries of the paper size.

    • Navigate to a website if you choose not to make your own alphabet. Many sites offer large format letters for printing. Select the first letter you wish to print. Open the letter in a new browser window, or download it to your desktop and open it using the appropriate software (generally, either word processing software or a .pdf reader).

    • Select the “File” drop down menu and click the “Print” option on either your web browser or word processing software.

    • Check that there is paper loaded into your printer and that it is plugged in and communicating with your computer. Click the “Print” button in your web browser or word processing software and monitor the printer as it prints the letter out.

How to Make Winter Window Decorations

Winter decorations cheer up drab windows, and make them look pretty and frosted during the cold dull months.

1. Go to your local craft store and purchase plain white card, silver paper, silver and gold glitter glue, PVA glue, double side sticky plastic, a small paint brush, cheap silver and gold baubles, thin gold or silver ribbon, tinsel, and some window snow spray. You could also buy or find some clear fairy lights.

2. Take some white card, and lightly draw an outline of a snowman on it. Don’t pencil in any features. Cut it out.

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3. Carefully draw in the features, such as a scarf, eyes, nose etc using gold and silver glitter glue. Place on some newspaper and allow to dry for a few hours. custom NHL decals stickers

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4. String up the fairy lights in the window you’re decorating.

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5. Spray window snow in the corners of the window for a frosted affect. Pin up the curtains and pull up the blinds beforehand to avoid any damage to them.

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6. Thread the ribbon through the tops of the baubles, and string them up at different levels in the window.

7. Draw some stars onto the silver paper.custom mlb stickers They don’t all have to be the same size. Cut them out carefully.

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8. Cut some small squares of double sticky plastic, and peel it. Apply three pieces to the front of each star point. Stick them in the window.

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9. When the snowmen are dry, cut and peel some small squares of sticky plastic and apply to the front of them, one piece at the top and one at the bottom. Stick them in the window.

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10. Blu-tack a long straight piece of tinsel onto the top of the window, and again at the bottom.

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Things You’ll Need

  • Plain white card

  • Silver paper

  • Silver and gold glitter glue

  • PVA glue

  • Double side sticky plastic

  • A small paint brush

  • Silver baubles

  • Scissors

  • Thin gold or silver ribbon.

  • Window snow spray

  • Tinsel