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How to Layer HTV

How to Layer HTV

Layering HTV can seem a very difficult task if you've never done it before, but it isn't as hard as you may think! There are a few things that can make layering heat transfer vinyl easier and more efficient. The last thing you want is to layer your vinyl on a shirt, send it out to a customer, and have that customer complain. We're here to make sure that you're applying your layered designs correctly so your customers stay happy! 

Applying HTV with a Household Iron

Applying HTV with a Household Iron

Do you want to start using HTV but you don’t have a heat press? Don’t worry, you can use a household iron to apply your heat transfer vinyl. Yes, using a heat press is easier and faster, but it is possible to achieve a quality press with a household iron if you do it correctly! Here are a few do’s and don’ts for using a household iron with HTV.

Creating Custom Can Coolers

Creating Custom Can Coolers

There are so many things to look forward to in the fall, but cozy bonfires surrounded by friends are truly one of the best things about the season. No bonfire is complete without a beverage in hand, and custom can coolers are an excellent thing to create for any event. They have been a very popular wedding favor staple in recent years, not to mention that they make an excellent gift for Father’s Day!

Creating Bundles to Sell More Vinyl Crafts | Free Cut Files!

Creating Bundles to Sell More Vinyl Crafts | Free Cut Files!

Are you selling vinyl crafts? If so, are you selling them individually or have you started to create bundles or gift sets? I have to admit, I’m a sucker for buying “sets” or “kits” or “bundles” or basically anything that makes me feel like I got a good deal. I decided to combine my love of all things bundles and my love of coffee for my newest Silhouette craft. The best part, I can now reuse these cut files (that you can download below) to create gift sets for everyone that’s hard to buy for on my Christmas list.

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