Thursday, October 1, 2009

Heat Transfer Vinyl Video

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I did my first project with iron -on vinyl today and decided to make a video while I was at it.  I am very happy with how it turned out.  You need to try it!!!!!



12 comments:

Shelly said...

Very nice job! I hope to make projects with the vinyl someday. Thanks for sharing!

...Tara... said...

they look great!!! for washing can you wash normal or are their special instructions?

Denise Hill said...

According to the instructions that came with the vinyl it should wash and dry just fine. :0)

Mrs B said...

Wow! I didn't know you could do that! great idea! Thanks for sharing!
cindyb

- - Sheryl - - said...

I did not know there was Fabric Vinyl.
Where did you buy Fabric Vinyl?

Denise Hill said...

Sheryl,
Yes you can-it's called heat transfer vinyl. It's used with a heat press but also works with your home iron. I got mine from H&Hsignsupply.com. If you go to this blog, she has a free shipping code from them and LOTS of information on vinyl!
http://cardmkrleslie.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Thanks to Leslie and your video I finally placed an order at H&H.

My son has a project in mind and I want to make some items for my grandkids.

Thanks for the inspiration and info!

PJ (Jessie Adams)

Judi said...

Wonderful tutorial. They look great. Thanks so much for sharing.

paperscissorsink said...

Thank you! Just what I needed!

janet dycus said...

i would love to know the web site that you got yours from

Alison said...

Thanks so much Denise. I wanted to try to make some kids gifts, but I was wondering how your vinyl held up in the wash? If I try this and I can do it...This will be so much fun. TFS!!!
pal635@yahoo.com

Denise Hill said...

Alison,
I have been washing these at least once a week since October and they still look great. I had to iron a couple of letters that were coming up around the edge once, but they stuck right back down and haven't come up since.