Provo Craft has come out with iron-on vinyl!
They sent some vinyl for me to try and asked that I make a home decor project. I saw a similar pillow design at JC Penney and decided to see if I could make it in the Cricut Craft Room.
Using the flowers from the Cricut Bloom and Cricut Create A Critter cartridges, and the shapes from the Cricut Basic Font and Shapes, I was able to layout the design quickly.
Below is a guide to putting the vinyl on the mat so you get it right the first time. If you ever are worried about how to do it, be sure and try a very small cut out and see how it goes.
The instructions that come with the vinyl were very thorough and told what settings to use for which machine. The guide above is for the regular Expression machine.
The vinyl comes in sheets sized at 9"x12" and in white, black, silver, yellow, glittery pink, glittery black, glittery silver, teal, and blue.
My pillow case came from Ikea and was $6. The iron on was easy to use and the instructions were good. The only difficulty I had was in doing the layers. I needed to trim out the sections better, which I discovered through trial and error.
Right now, you can save $15 on an iron on vinyl bundle with teal, pink and black - check it out HERE!
Have you used iron on vinyl? Let me know in the comments!
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