Experience the Magic in Artesprix Markers with a Hands-On Workshop


This is a sponsored post by Esprix Impressions.

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Esprix Impressions is sponsoring a hands-on workshop during Mixed Media Event 2018 on Monday, July 16 from 4:15pm to 6:15pm where you can experience the magic inside Artesprix Permanent Heat Transfer Markers.

Just launched in January, Artesprix markers are taking the sublimation world by storm with resellers signing up each week and arts-and-crafters scrambling to get their hands on a box. Why all the excitement? What’s so special about these markers?

The latest craze in sublimation, Artesprix Permanent Heat Transfer Markers allow you to transfer your artwork from plain paper to any polyester or polyester coated substrate. Imagine the possibilities! From t-shirts to coffee mugs to tote bags, you can create your own custom-designed, one-of-a-kind, sublimated products.

Whether you want to unlock your inner artist, organize a craft project for your students, or build your Etsy empire, Artesprix markers are sure to up your game. And if you’re in the business of selling sublimation blanks, there’s no better product than Artesprix Permanent Heat Transfer Markers to keep your customers coming back for more.

Watch this video to see how the sublimation process works with Artesprix Permanent Heat Transfer Markers and a Cricut EasyPress:

Workshop attendees will receive their own box of Artesprix Permanent Heat Transfer Markers (a $35 value) and learn how to transfer their artwork from plain paper to a tote bag or wine bag using a Cricut EasyPress. Space is limited so register online today for W116: Artesprix Markers for Creative Thermal Transfer.

For more information about Artesprix Permanent Heat Transfer Markers, or to inquire about becoming a dealer, check out Esprix Impressions online, or stop by booth #214 at the show.

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