Monday, May 14, 2012

Expressions Iron On Vinyl Project and Giveaway!

Today's iron on vinyl project comes with a $25 gift certificate generously donated by Expressions Vinyl!  I love Expressions Vinyl so much, particularly for their iron on regular and flocked vinyl.

My mother needed to make some onesies to give away and so here came a quick project! We thought "sweet" was the perfect sentiment for these two little girls.  I got the onesies at Hobby Lobby and the iron on flocked vinyl, of course, from Expressions Vinyl.  The "sweet" came from the Groovy Times Cricut cartridge, under the TV image.  

Don't forget when you are cutting these things to be sure and flip the image.  Expressions Vinyl has some great videos on how to apply their iron on vinyl.  Since I was using flocked vinyl, my settings increased to blade at 4, pressure at 4, speed at 2 and I did a multi-cut of 2.  I also made sure to tape down the edges of the vinyl to the mat using painter's tape to prevent slippage.
To see more types of iron on vinyl and to purchase, head over HERE to Expressions Vinyl.

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34 comments:

  1. Like how you could use vinyl to make the onsies individualized if you have more than one new baby in the family. Great project!

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  2. Very cute onesies! I love this idea, and the iron-on vinyl makes it so easy! :)

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  3. Those onsies are so cute and sweet!

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  4. LOVE that you're doing this! What a great idea.

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  5. Haven't tried iron on vinyl yet - would love to win some & give it a go! The onesies are adorable and "sweet" is the perfect choice.

    Karen L 1020 at gmail dot com

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  6. Wow I just did an order with them and was told by a friend not to get the Iron on. Now I wish I tried it.

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  7. Momof4inArlingtonMay 15, 2012 at 6:30 AM

    These are simple and adorable! (I almost typed "sweet", but couldn't indulge the pun!) I've watched several of the videos on their website. They are full of good information! The new entry form was quick and easy.

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  8. Super cute! I love the color of the onesie and I'm sure it'll be well-loved with that wonderful soft saying! TFS!

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  9. Cute onsies. I got my Cricut originally to do glass etching and I have never done it. One of these days.....

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  10. Yes, that is a really SWEET project! I'll have to try the iron on vinyl.

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  11. Sooo Cute! My niece is expecting a Baby, I am planning on making her something Cute on a Onesie. Thanks for Sharing!

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  12. Sweet..Can't wait to try a vinyl project.

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  13. Sweet, I will need to make a few. I am expecting a new grandbaby and just found out that I am going to be a great great aunt. Babies Babies everywhere

    Diane L

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  14. Awh, those baby onesies are adorable. I love that color pink too.

    Sew Sweet N Crafty
    SewSweetNCrafty.blogspot.com
    SewSweetNCrafty@gmail.com

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  15. Adorable onesies. I love the color and sweet is so appropriate. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Cute. I like your old way of registering for giveaways.
    marilyn2222 @ hotmail.com
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  17. Super cute!! I am on a vinyl kick right now, cannot get enough things to iron on :)
    Karen dkolopez@msn.com

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  18. Great onesies! I was on an iron on vinyl kick before Christmas (thanks to YOU!) and everybody was thrilled with their personalized gifts. I haven't had much time to do much of any crafting since then but have big plans for vinyl projects for Canada Day.

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  19. These are cute!! I got some iron on vinyl but haven't tried it yet.

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  20. Very cute can not wait to try. Great job.
    Lynne West Springfield MA

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  21. Love these adorable onesies. thanks for sharing.
    D-

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  22. Very cute onesies! I have not tried vinyl yet a little nervous about it but need to real soon.

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  23. Very sweet project. Love the Iron-on materials and your projects.
    Very inspiring.

    Have a great day!
    Dee B

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  24. Very cute onesies! I must try my hand at vinyl!

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  25. adorable! I have used vinyl for personalized Christmas ornaments but I haven't used it on clothes ... yet!

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  26. Please give us more vinyl projects! these are great :)

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  27. Thanks for the instructions. Will definitely use for baby gifts!!

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  28. These are adorable. Thanks for the great tips too. I just love using vinyl, but haven't tried it on fabric yet. Thank you.

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