How to Make T-Shirt Design for Print On Demand

 Design Size:


Amazon : 300ppi (i.e. 4500 x 5400 pixels), sRGB, less than 25MB,

Gearlaunch: 300ppi (i.e. 2400 x 3200pixels), sRGB, less than 25MB


Font Selection:

  • Audience: Search on google (Niche + font)
  • Age, Interest, Demography
  • Brainstorming
  • Consider context and audience.
  • Font Moods: Emotions Elicited By Different Types Of Fonts!

Image Source:


Font Website:


  1. Creative Market Fonts (Premium): Get professional quality typeface bundles that fit your unique style.
  2. Dafont (Free): Downloadable fonts in many different categories & themes.
  3. Font Squirrel (Free): Huge library of downloadable free, high-quality fonts.
  4. 1001 Free Fonts (Free): Huge library of fonts in different categories.
  5. Adobe Typekit (Free & Premium): Marketplace of fonts for designers.
  6. Behance Free Fonts (Free): Assorted library of free fonts.
  7. Font Fabric (Free & Premium): High-quality fonts for designers.
  8. Font Library (Free): Catalogue of free fonts.
  9. Google Fonts (Free): Directory of free designer fonts.
  10. The League of Moveable Type (Free): High quality & free fonts.
  11. Lost Type (Free & Premium): A library of unique typefaces.
  12. MyFonts (Premium): Huge library of professional quality fonts.
  13. What the Font (Free): a Useful tool to help you find specific fonts by uploading an image.


T-Shirt Design Inspiration

Keep in mind, these resources will show you what’s trending, popular or bestselling in the t-shirt design world, so take what you want from them and put your own spin on things. You want your t-shirts to be unique, so get inspired but don’t completely copy these designs.



Free Merch Research Tools For Amazon, Here

Search your niche on Amazon and Get Design Idea.

Top 10 Vector Websites

  1. Vexels
  2. Freepik
  3. Vecteezy
  4. Dryicons
  5. Freedesignfile
  6. IStock
  7. Shutterstock
  8. Vectorportal
  9. Flaticon
  10. Iconfinder

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12 T-Shirt Color Combinations that Always Work

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If you’re feeling overwhelmed trying to choose a t-shirt and ink color combination to use for your next design, don’t worry! With so many options to choose from in our design tool, we understand how it difficult it can be to pick a color combination that you love. With a little guidance from our design team, you will be able to find the perfect color combination in no time.

To find inspiration for your t-shirt design, explore 12 of our favorite t-shirt and ink color combinations that work every time!

1. Red & White

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This color combination is a great choice to make a design really pop. Delicate line work shows up best when there’s a strong contrast between the ink color and the color of the t-shirt fabric. So any bright color ink printed on white apparel, or white ink printed on a dark shirt color will always look sharp.

2. Green & Gray


There’s just something about Green Ink on Gray clothing. Whether your green is more earthy or leaning toward Kelly Green or Teal, it’s bound to look awesome on our Gray apparel options. Our favorite green color combination is Kelly Green on our light or dark grey Crewneck Sweatshirts.

3. Blue & White


Blue shirts are some of our best selling products and for good reason. Blue is a calming and neutral color. Combining blue with white works well, whether you’re designing a shirt with a water theme, or looking for a calming color palette.

4. Blue & Yellow


There’s something about combining blue and yellow color that just works so well. The warmth of yellow tones meets with the cooling effect of blue tones to create a neutral design balance.

?‍? Pro Tip from Our Designers

To add complexity, use a few shades of yellow and blue to really explore that complementary relationship even more.

5. Maroon & White


This color combination pairs so well together because of the high contrast between the maroon and white colors. Maroon shirts allow white designs to really pop, which is especially helpful when a design has delicate and thin lines. Bonfire’s Maroon Crewneck Sweatshirt is a wonderful apparel item to print on to achieve this look.

Ready to design your shirt with one of these color combinations?

Bring your design to life in our free design tool.

6. Blue & Grey


Combine blues and greys to create a shirt that feels cool in tone. Because there are so many colors in the realm of blues and greys, and because we have so many types of blue and grey shirt colors to choose from, your possibilities are endless for this color combination.

7. Red, White & Blue


While on paper this color combination sounds limited to patriotic designs and flags, in practice it ends up working out really well for all sorts of designs. The primary colors of red and blue balance out well with the neutrality of white.

8. Dark Blue & Light Blue


Blue ink on Blue shirts always ends up looking super great together. Just make sure that the blues being used have enough contrast so that the entire design will be visible on the shirt. Try light blue ink on a Midnight Navy tee, or royal blue ink on an Ice Blue tee.

9. Red, Orange & Yellow


These warm tones, when combined, create beautiful designs that feel fun and energetic. Print a design with these desert-like tones on a similar colored apparel item, or neutral toned tee for more balance between the shirt and design. Looking for more contrast? Choose a dark blue or purple to play off the reds and yellows in your design.

10. Rainbow


Color is fun, so if you don’t want to limit yourself, make the most of our 8-color limit. Something to keep in mind though, the price to screenprint is calculated on a per-color basis. So, we suggest keeping your color count down if you’re using shirt sales to fundraise in order to make maximum profits. But you can still have fun with all the colors of the rainbow, even if you only use 4 or 5 colors.

11. Neutral Colors


Earthy neutrals inspired by the colors of the land, sea, and sand combine so well together. If your design features images of nature, using a palate of earth tones carries on the message and tone of the shirt. Our Light Olive and Stone Grey both serve as fantastic backdrops for your neutral design.

12. Bright Colors


Neon inks and bright shirt color combinations might not be right for all campaigns and causes, but going bright is a great way to create a shirt that exudes energy and positive vibes. Tahiti Blue and Neon Green are our most vibrant Unisex Tee colors, but the True Royal and Red Triblend Slouchy tanks are super bright as well!



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