Custom Cut Logos

Custom designs created from your artwork.

Upload your artwork and we’ll create the design in the material of your choice. Choose from most in-stock heat transfer materials or specialty materials.
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Custom Kiss Cut®

Go Custom Kiss Cut<sup>®</sup>
  • Pre-assembled
  • Ready to sew
  • Best for 2 or 3 color designs.
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What is Kiss Cut?
Kiss Cut® pieces are multi-piece designs that come pre-assembled, saving you layout time.
Where do I upload my custom cut artwork?
Upload your custom cut orders to
What are vector images?
Vector images are cuttable and can be resized to any dimension without losing quality.
What are bitmap images?
A bitmap is a type of graphic composed of pixels (picture elements) in a grid. Each pixel or "bit" contains color information for the image. Bitmap graphic formats have a fixed resolution which means that resizing a bitmap graphic can result in distortion and jagged edges.
What are some common bitmap formats?
They include: GIF, JPG or JPEG, TIFF, PNG, PICT, PCX, and BMP. Photo-editors or image-editing graphics software, such as Adobe® Photoshop® and Corel® Photo-Paint, are designed for creating and editing bitmap graphics.
I recently purchased a garment decoration business. Can I use artwork purchased by the previous owner?
A letter of authorization from the previous owner giving you permission to use previously purchased artwork would be needed.
I know the size of my design. How can I get an estimate?
For a quote, upload your image to and fill out some basic information and a customer service rep will call you with a quote.
Is there a minimum order for custom cut designs?
Custom Cut and Custom CAD-CUT® orders must be a minimum of six (6) pieces.
Why does the price of my logos change when I reorder?
Pricing is based on the quantity, size, and media used. Should any of these variables change, your price can also change.
How does my sew disk work?
Ordering a sew disk with your appliqués simplifies the process for you. First a placement stitch will show you where to place the layer of appliqués. This is then secured with a tack-down stitch. The edges of the appliqués and any direct embroidery are then added. If there are multiple layers in the appliqués, each layer will have a placement and a tack-down stitch.

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