Cricut Brooklyn Iron On and Cricut Boho Graphics and both retail for $29.99.
To make a cute t-shirt for my son Robbie (shown above), I used the nuclear/atomic image on this T-shirt from the new Cricut Brooklyn Iron On cartridge - check out some of the other fun images on this cartridge:
The number one piece of advice is to FLIP your images - don't forget! That's a project killer. Also, just follow the instructions that come with the vinyl.
I found the iron on vinyl easy to work with overall. Most difficult is that I found the setting for the pressure on the Expression was a little too heavy and ended up partially cutting through the clear sheeting, which made the weeding (removal of parts you won't iron on) very tough.
In the end, once I was past the weeding toughness, it was quite easy to iron on and the results were quick and smooth.
Tomorrow, I will show you a project where I layered the vinyl and used the glitter vinyl also. I LOVE the glitter vinyl! It is really glittery!
Here is a peek at the Cricut Boho Graphics cartridge:
cool Iron On Vinyl colors Provo Craft has come out with - they are $12.99 each.
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