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5 Tips and Tricks for Using Pattern Heat Transfer vinyl
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5 Tips and Tricks for Using Pattern Heat Transfer vinyl

Patterned HTV is a great way to add texture to your project without having to add a ton of layering. It is not hard to use, however there are a few things you will need to know that differ from using your standard HTV. So, here are 5 things we have learned along the way while working with our patterned heat transfer vinyl.

Reverse Weeding Adhesive Vinyl
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Reverse Weeding Adhesive Vinyl

Do you ever procrastinate on a small detailed project because you do not want to weed the small lines and pieces? Weeding a small detailed vinyl project can be very daunting and frustrating! But fear not! There is an easier way to weed your project! Reverse weeding! Here is how I reverse weeded my flower pot decal design! This method works especially well with our Siser PSV Removable, Siser PSV Permeant, and our Adhesive foils!

7 Ways to Save Money On Vinyl
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7 Ways to Save Money On Vinyl

Everyone who has a Cricut or Silhouette machine knows the struggle of never having enough heat transfer vinyl or adhesive vinyl to feed the addiction (or the orders you have piled up). They also know that HTV and vinyl can be really expensive and add up quickly. Well, we’re here to tell you how you can score some cheap vinyl at wholesale prices. Happy Crafters offers some of the best prices you will find on vinyl and if you combine that with the tips below, you’ll be 10 steps ahead. That means more money in your pocket & higher profits from your vinyl-made products!

How to Size Vinyl for Small, Medium, Large, XL, 2x, and 3x Shirts
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How to Size Vinyl for Small, Medium, Large, XL, 2x, and 3x Shirts

Are you applying heat transfer vinyl to a variety of t-shirt sizes? One important thing to keep in mind is that a one size fits all approach will not work well when cutting your HTV. A 10” design will look great on a small tee, but will look disproportioned on a 2xl shirt. Use the guide below for sizing a larger variety of front t-shirt designs for your Silhouette or Cricut!

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