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New Magical Heat Transfer Vinyl
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New Magical Heat Transfer Vinyl

I have been looking forward to this day for a while now, and it is finally here! It’s launch day for the brand new HTV from Happy Crafters, HappyCut! I was lucky enough to receive some of this awesome vinyl early so I could play around with it a bit and share my experience with you all, and I think you will really love it.

Are you guys ready to check it out??

How to Heat Press Large Layered HTV Designs
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How to Heat Press Large Layered HTV Designs

Sometimes heat pressing large and multilayered designs can be intimidating. Where do you start? What do you layer first? How do you position everything? Honestly, it’s not that complicated. My biggest struggle with this particular project was placement. Once I figured out where I wanted everything, the rest was easy-peasy.

DIY Snowflake Gloves with HTV | CriCut Tutorial
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DIY Snowflake Gloves with HTV | CriCut Tutorial

This winter sure has been a cold one! Not to worry though, we’ve prepared a super easy and quick project that will help keep you warm out there. If you are new to the world of heat transfer vinyl then this project will be perfect to help get you started!

Creating Home Decor with HTV | Wool Pennants
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Creating Home Decor with HTV | Wool Pennants

Have you ever wanted something really unique and personal for your home décor? There’s something specific you’re looking for but you just can’t find it? That’s exactly why I was thankful for my Silhouette Cameo and HTV! In the process of redoing my office, I knew I wanted something that fit my personality, was a unique mix of feminine and athletic, and wool pennants were exactly what I was looking for! I had searched high and low for some fun, light-hearted pennants that had a bit of a vintage feel. When I couldn’t find what I wanted, I decided to make my own! 

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