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"The Incredibles" Iron On Tutorial

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layered heat transfer tutorial


I used 3 different colors of heat transfer vinyl for the logo: black, yellow, and orange.
 

Layered Heat Transfer Tutorial

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  1. Using the circle tool, I created 3 ovals and used the text tool for the "i".
     
  2. Then I used the eraser tool to remove the extra lines to create the swooshes around the "i".
     
  3. Next, I flipped it horizontally before cutting. {this is really important if you are cutting words}
     
  4. I fed the heat transfer vinyl into my Silhouette machine WITHOUT a cutting mat and with the plastic side down.
     
  5. Remove the extra vinyl around your design.
     
  6. Iron the heat transfer with the plastic side up with a cloth over it, for about 45-60 seconds, pressing down firmly. I ironed the orange first {I did not remove any of the orange heat transfer from the logo. I used the entire logo since it was my base color}, then I ironed the black on top of the orange, and then the yellow. {iron for the full time for each additional layer of heat transfer. Allow to cool for a couple minutes between layers.}
     

*Tip: Heat transfer should look like it melted into the fabric. If it is merely sitting on top, then you'll want to iron longer. I highly recommend using a stopwatch or clock so your timing can be exact.


incredibles-shirt3Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber costumes from 2 years ago here.


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