Take it easy with htv vinyl! There are enough items for you to try and tips to make vinyl crafts for beginners easy and fun! Don’t worry about using vinyl craftsmanship! Here are beginner projects for you to try and provide some tips to make vinyl crafts for beginners easy and fun.

 

Many times, skills are about learning how to do better. You made a mistake and knew that if you tried the project again, you would try to do it in a different way. But this is all part of the learning process. I hope you can start and do it right the first time! Therefore, I compiled a list of all the techniques I wished to know when I first started using vinyl.

 

These vinyl introductory tips are easy to follow, will help you avoid mistakes, and can be printed and kept next to your machine for future reference!

This is my favorite entry-level vinyl craft with tips and tricks to help you rock your project!

 

  1. Before adding cheap htv vinyl, apply a layer of mod podge to the canvas to make it stick. Failure to do so will cause a lot of pain and frustration… and it will take more than an hour to make it stick to the canvas. That’s definitely not fun.

 

  1. If you want to make a template, please apply a layer of Mod Podge on the template to seal the edges. The only thing that will bleed will be mod podge, and it’s dry!

 

  1. The contour transfer belt is magic. I tried different types of transfer belts, but the effect was not as good as the silhouette brand. Relieve your headache and use it. Trust me.

 

  1. First clean all ceramic and glass items with alcohol. It helps vinyl sticks!

 

  1. Make sure to mirror all heat transfer items! You want it to go backwards after cutting out.

 

  1. If you offset the letters, it will make the letters easier to cut! The thin letters are painful to the weeds and they are not cut well. The offset makes them fatter and easier to weed, cut and apply to your surface.

 

  1. If you want to make a layer project, please add a box at the top of the design so that you can arrange the layers easily!

 

  1. Make sure your design is within the cutting line of the software. If the image is too large, the blade will not be able to cut the entire design. You don’t want to waste vinyl like that!

 

  1. Always, always, always make sure that the shiny side of the vinyl is facing down when the vinyl is loaded into the machine (this tip is for heating)

 

  1. If your blade does not cut through your material, take it out and make sure that no small vinyl or paper pieces stick to the blade. Clean and put it back to try cutting again. When performing this operation, do not unload the material from the machine.

 

You will waste some materials. You will make mistakes. You will get better! just do it. The more you practice, the better.

 

Author Bio:

 

Tina is a DIY and craft lover. Also a blogger of HTVRONT. Htvront(https://htvront.com) is a craft vinyl online supplier producing high quality heat transfer vinyl, adhesive vinyl, transfer tape products, etc. Let DIY lovers create their own ideas on T-shirts, cups and any indoor and outdoor projects to show their individuality.