This is a simple way to combine two vinyl cutouts to create a two-color design. In this case I'm using text, but this can be done with images as well.
Once you have the distinct cut, separate the pieces, swap the same piece on each, and bring together in the new two-color combinations as shown. Here I've used masking tape to get a good feel for the final look. Be sure to remove masking tape before applying to the shirt.
Congratulations, you now have two shirts worth of iron-ons ready to apply! Preheat the heat press. If you are unfamiliar with the tshirt press see info on our vinyl page and one Sign Warehouse's printing pdf. It is harder to preheat your shirt with this method, but it is worth to do a quick preheat with your shirt in place before laying out the design.
Select one set of your puzzled-together designs and line them up on your shirt in the press. Remember to remove the masking tape if you've used any.