Watercolor Art With Heat Transfer Vinyl

With the help of my Cricut machine, I created stunning watercolor canvas art for my home WITHOUT using a single bit of paint or a brush!

I decided we need a “puppy corner” in our home, and I wanted to incorporate art that represented our fur babies.

– Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore – Iron-on vinyl – Printable vinyl – Printer – Regular vinyl – Transfer tape


Finding Images To Use 

Download ready-to-use watercolor clipart. I like to shop on Creative Market and Freepik. You can also find watercolor clipart on Etsy.

Once you have chosen an image and uploaded it to Design Space, you will want to scale it to size, matching the size of the canvas you have chosen.

Print The Cut Process

Layering Your Design On The Canvas

You have to remove the cotton canvas from the wood frame. I used a staple remover for this step. DO NOT skip this because you will not get a clean attachment.

Once you have the canvas removed, lay it out on your heat-safe surface and cut your HTV down to size. Place the HTV over the canvas and use your Easypress to attach it.

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