Layering Heat Transfer Vinyl Can be Easy!
When you own a cutting machine learning to work with vinyl is very exciting. And learning to layer heat transfer vinyl is a big step in that.
I’ve heard many of you say that you are afraid to get started with vinyl. I totally understand. I used to be intimated by new things like different materials too and vinyl was one of them.
Today I have a step by step easy approach to learning how to use heat transfer vinyl on your canvas projects!
Below are some of the key supplies you will want or need when you are working with how to layer heat transfer vinyl.
- Cricut machine
- The free SVG cut files (link below)
- Heat transfer vinyl (HTV) in choice colors
- Easypress or Iron
- T-shirt or other cloth canvas (check out my full blanks supply list here!)
- Weeding tools
- Bright pad (optional)
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How to Layer Heat Transfer Vinyl
Now let’s talk about the process. The two most important things to remember when layering your heat transfer vinyl are…
- Always iron on the largest vinyl layer design first.
- Save the plastic coating for that largest vinyl layer design!
So grab your supplies and hit play on the video below to see exactly how it’s done!
Remember, you can use this technique no matter what type of heat transfer layered vinyl project you do. You can just do 2, 3 or even 4 layers of vinyl! I do not recommend more than 4 for quality’s sake.
How to Layer Heat Transfer Vinyl Video
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My mission is to inspire you to nurture the creative magic inside your soul – bringing you fun, easy to learn DIY projects, and quality template designs. I share a variety of projects, such as printables, svg cut files and craft tutorials, but specifically love paper crafting and paper flowers. Interested in paper flowers?! I’ve created dozens of signature designs for you to enjoy – starting with my best seller, The Art of Giant Paper Flowers, the Giant Flower Library and my shop of endless paper designs and flower templates.