How does mixed media sublimation work?

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One of the best things about sublimation is that once you have created and pressed a fabric item, you can always add to it. With sublimation temperature ranging from 375-400 degrees, anything else that is heat applied will be at a much lower temperature and will not cause the original transfer to gas out. Some great options are adding heat transfer vinyl, rhinestones and embroidery into the mix to create truly personalized items.

   —Coastal Business Supplies

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Sarah Young

Sarah Young has been in the graphic design industry for over 10 years with six years of apparel decoration under belt. For the last 3.5 years, Young has been Event Marketing & Design Coordinator for Coastal Business Supplies. Her previous design experience includes offset print setup and some screen printing. Young continues to work as a freelance designer for multiple avenues including custom prints, invitations, apparel and sublimation products. She can be reached at

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