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Warm up your cutting machines and get crafty with vinyl. This super flexible and versatile surface can create stickers and heat-transfer designs in just minutes. Whatever you choose to cut, you can apply to a variety of surfaces like fabric, glass, metal, wood, and so much more. You can create cute customized placeholders for an event or family shirts for that next big vacation. You’ll be surprised by how much fun you’ll have as soon as you start cutting out designs. Grab a set today and start exploring all the options.


What is adhesive vinyl? Adhesive vinyl is going to be vinyl that has a backing that is coated in adhesive so you can start attaching it to surfaces as soon as it’s cut. Vinyl itself is a bright and shiny material that’s versatile and thin. Once you cut out your design, adhesive vinyl will work similarly to a sticker or decal.


How can I tell if my vinyl is iron-on? You’ll be able to feel that it’s a different texture than a self-adhesive and instead of a white backing paper with gridlines it’ll have a clear plastic coating. You can also double-check the packaging and make sure to keep your self-adhesive vinyl separate from your heat-transfer.


Is self-adhesive vinyl permanent? Self-adhesive vinyl can last a very long time on surfaces with the proper care and placement. You’ll want to make sure your surfaces are clean and dust-free before applying the vinyl and you may even want to wipe down your surface with an alcohol wipe. Once you apply your decal, make sure to smooth out any bubbles so you’ll have a good surface to adhere to. If you carefully wash or wipe off the decal when it’s dirty, it should be able to last for a long time.


Is all vinyl heat transfer? No, only vinyl that’s marked heat-transfer will be able to be applied with heat. The adhesive is different from regular self-adhesive so if you weren’t using heat-transfer vinyl and adding heat, it could potentially melt or ruin your project. 


Using vinyl is a great way to add a personal touch to your items like water bottles, laptops, cellphones, and more. Plus, you can throw your heat transfer vinyl designs into the wash, although we would suggest washing your designs inside out. The durable material will stay bright and scratch-resistant so you’ll have a design for a long time. If you don’t have a cutting machine, that’s okay! Simply grab a sharp craft knife and cut out your design by hand. The vinyl is thin so you won’t have any difficulty cutting through. 


Get your favorite set today and see what you’ll create.


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