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6 Types of HTV You Probably Haven't Tried Yet

6 Types of HTV You Probably Haven't Tried Yet

Looking for fun new HTV options to craft with? Here’s a list of 6 different types of vinyl that you probably haven’t used with your cutter yet.

 



Happy Cut





    



  Happy Cut – This new Happy Crafter’s exclusive heat transfer vinyl is serious magic! It’s a matte finish, applies in just 5 seconds, and the best part yet – it’s cheaper than a lot of other brands of vinyl!



Siser® Blackboard HTV



      Siser® Blackboard HTV- What a fun concept – turn any of your iron on projects into a chalkboard! Use chalk to draw or write on the surface after it is heat applied. You can wipe it clean and keep designing over and over.

     



Happy Crafters Shimmer







Happy Crafters Shimmer- This one is so much fun to experiment with. It’s transparent shimmery finish works great solo on a dark colored shirt. You can also layer it on top of Easyweed or other types of HTV to give it a cool shimmery finish with a hint of the color of the Shimmer (available in 5 colors).



Happy Crafters Shine





  



    Happy Crafters Shine- This is my personal favorite. It’s thin, stretchy, and shiny – but not too shiny. It is the most gorgeous metallic finish without being over dramatic. The Brushed Copper is a must-have, no doubt.



2 Step Foil & Siser Adhesive


   



   2 Step Foil & Siser Adhesive- We always hear about how afraid everyone is to try this one. IT IS WORTH IT. I promise. There are so many possibilities with these foils. You can distress them, use multiple colors on one design, use them on cardstock, and the list goes on. We even have videos that make it way less scary to try. ;)



Siser Brick





   



   Siser Brick - Tote bags, backpacks, hats – anywhere where a raised, almost embossed look, will work is perfect for Brick HTV. It’s too thick to use as a large area on a t-shirt, but you can use it for small logos on the left chest of jackets or hoodies. Just be careful with intricate designs, it can be tough to work with if your font is too tiny.

 

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