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BBQchef33 11-16-2005 02:13 PM

Brethren ONLINE store is open.
 
Brethren "stuff" is becoming available....I got more stuff loaded today and have a bunch more I have on my screen that i am uploading artwork for. the store is open, but not complete.

Just to be up front about it.. the prices in cafepress are (IMO) high, but i have been told the quality is excellent. Some of the stuff is the base price and some things have 50 cents or ONE dollar built into it. No one here is gonna get rich. The reason i did that is to maybe cover the online shops own cost of a premium shop(as opposed to basic/free) which costs 60$ a year. The premium shop allows us to have more than one style of an individual item.. Whats that mean? It means, right now, A basic shop allows a tee shirt to have one type of graphic and thats it. The premium shop will allow multiple styles of the same item, a tee shirt style, with different graphics, or graphic on front only, or front and back, etc....

I am open for suggestions for any stylizing members may want. so if you think of something you feel we can add, post it and we'll see the consensus.

Whats there now..... WWW.CAFEPRESS.COM/BBQBRETHREN

IT WILL BE ACTIVLY INCREASING OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

PS...
I put something real special out there for Brian under "Intimate apparel". :mrgreen:

brdbbq 11-16-2005 02:26 PM

I didn;t see that selection....sorry

BBQchef33 11-16-2005 02:29 PM

sorry, its under "apparel. "

Arlin_MacRae 11-16-2005 02:45 PM

Ewwww!! LOL

Nice stuff, Phil!!!

Smoker 11-16-2005 02:48 PM

Phil,

Do u have one of these? http://www.cafepress.com/bbqbrethren.37780174

Smoker 11-16-2005 02:49 PM

HATS HATS Where are the hats?????

BBQchef33 11-16-2005 02:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Smoker
Phil,

Do u have one of these? http://www.cafepress.com/bbqbrethren.37780174

nope.. thats just for Brian.. (read description). .. Him and Ronelle look best in them.

Solidkick 11-16-2005 02:53 PM

Are the graphics on the apparel screen print or iron on?

brdbbq 11-16-2005 03:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BBQchef33
nope.. thats just for Brian.. (read description). .. Him and Ronelle look best in them.

You'all have not got a hair on your ass if'in you don't order a pair for your OL.

BBQchef33 11-16-2005 03:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Solidkick
Are the graphics on the apparel screen print or iron on?

Right now i have it set to "Direct Printing". Here are the comparisons given by Cafepress.

Our current tee shirts use heat transfers and what i dont like about it is you can see the square a little bit where the transfer material is.

You can change the option as to which method you want when u place the order.

I am going to order one of each type of shirt for myslef to see what they look like......and a beer mug... and a clock.. and a coaster.... and a thong..

I am open to advice on which to use by default.. So if anyone has first hand experience.. speak up.

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CafePress allows its Shopkeepers to choose which printing methods to offer with their designs, or allows the customers to pick which option best suits them. Direct Printing and Heat Transfer each have distinct benefits that you will want to consider. Please note: Sometimes, CafePress only offers one printing style on certain apparel items.
Direct Printing

With Direct Printing, we print direct-to-fabric with no transfers. The result is a matte image that moves with the garment because the ink is actually embedded in the fabric for ultimate wearable comfort. After a few washes, you will notice the great durability of Direct Printing. That means greater image staying power.

The benefits of Direct Printing
  • Great washability - no fading
  • No feel of ink on the fabric (the ink is in the fabric)
  • No cracking
  • No transfer lines
Things to keep in mind with Direct Printing
  • Colors are not as vibrant as Heat Transfer



Heat Transfer

Heat Transfer is as durable as screen-printing, but offers more detail. Heat Transfer uses heat to create a bond between the resin and the T-Shirt, locking the ink between the two layers. Heat Transfer has a slight plastic feel when first worn, however, this feel will diminish after washing.

The benefits of Heat Transfer
  • Vibrant colors - great for photos and detailed imagery
  • Good washability, fading happens over the first few washes
Things to keep in mind with Heat Transfer
  • May crack on ribbed garments
  • Has a slightly stiffer feel
  • Transfer outline may be visible with some designs
  • May yellow over time










nmayeux 11-16-2005 04:32 PM

Thanks Phil, the site looks great! Will the banners, large magnets, etc. be added later, or will they still be through you?

BBQchef33 11-16-2005 04:37 PM

i am working on posters, small magnets and coasters right now. They will be up tonight.

The customized large format stuff is stil thru LUX digital and I do the customizing.

icemn62 11-16-2005 05:59 PM

Thanks for all your hard work in all that you do towards making this the best place on the net.

cabo 11-16-2005 07:09 PM

Man Phil.
You just keep getting better!!!:cool:

Iím thinking my Christmas shopping just got a little
easier. Especially for one cousin of mine that used
to be a vegetarian, and thanks to this site and a lot
of SH!T from me has come over to the meat side.:twisted:

Guys, itís a long and sordid story.:biggrin:

BrooklynQ 11-16-2005 09:10 PM

I love the "Fear the Pig" onesie for a baby. Here little piggie....


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