Using Infusible Ink on a Garden Flag
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by Nikita Grimes
3d ago
If you haven't tried infusible ink yet, here is your sign to do so! If you love sublimation like I do this is an awesome alternative for those bigger projects! First, grab some infusible ink sheets, find a cuttable design you love, cut it out of the sheets and press for 40 seconds at 385 degrees. The result a crisp vibrant print-like project! Grab the design I used for this project in the Summer Vibes SVG and Font Bundle. This bundle is valued at $170.33, now available for just $14.99! Enjoy a staggering discount of 91% on a collection comprising 211 designs and 5 unique fonts. Don't ..read more
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How to Use DTF Transfers on Canvas Shoes
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by Nikita Grimes
1w ago
Want to know the perfect way personalize canvas shoes? I used a fun Checkered Valentine Can Wrap design from the So Fontsy Design shop, you can find it here and uploaded it to the gang sheet builder. In the gang sheet builder I sized the design to be slightly bigger than the part of the canvas shoe I wanted to adhere it to. Once the DTFs were in my hand, I stuffed the shoes with some socks to make them a bit more stiff for the next steps. Then, I placed, marked and cut the transfer to fit the shoe. After that I used some heat resistant tape and my Cricut mini press at full hea ..read more
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How to Use PNG Files for Cutting Vinyl
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by Nikita Grimes
1w ago
Have you ever found yourself with a PNG file of a design you're eager to cut out of vinyl, only to feel like you can’t because you don’t have the SVG version of the design? Well I have an awesome trick for you. Silhouette Studio automatically creates cut lines for those PNG files. Just drag and drop them into silhouette studio and watch the magic happen. Then send the designs to cut on the silhouette and finish off by weeding and applying the vinyl to you blanks!     Try out this trick by grabbing the Dreamy Pastels Bundle. Get your hands on this incredible bundle of 254 ..read more
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How to use Vinyl as a Stencil for a Geometric Nursery Sign
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by Nikita Grimes
3w ago
You won't believe how much fun I had with this project! I started by grabbing some plywood cut to size and adding a coat of paint. Then, I grabbed my silhouette, cutting out a design that matched the board's dimensions perfectly out of vinyl. After I placed the vinyl down I added another layer of the base coat to help with those sharp lines, and once it dried, I went in with a gorgeous contrasting color. Peeled off the vinyl, and voila – a seriously crisp design! Wrapped it all up by framing it with some extra boards. Easy peasy, and the result is seriously s ..read more
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How to add HTV to Stuffed Animals
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by Nikita Grimes
1M ago
Add HTV to stuffed animals! My favorite type of vinyl to use is Flocked. I find it is super forgiving and a bit thicker and heavier than regular HTV. All you have to do is cut the vinyl and add it to a stuffed animal of your choice. I used a Cricut mini press at heat setting 3 with a teflon sheet. I used good amount of pressure moving it around often with a teflon sheet in between. The key is to peel the transfer backing off very slowly to make sure if it needs a bit more pressing time/pressure you can do it without ruining the final result.  The adorable font I used for this projec ..read more
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How to use Social Media Logos for a Scannable Craft Fair Sign
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by Nikita Grimes
1M ago
Do you want to stand out at your next craft fair? If so I have the perfect project for you, a Social Media Sign. I used an arched 8x10 acrylic sign blank from Hobby Lobby. I like to make my scannable QR code in Canva, export it and trace in Silhouette Studio. So Fontsy Enterprise and Creative Pro VIP Members gain exclusive access to a comprehensive PDF providing guidance on the branding guidelines of various social media platforms! This resource equips you with all the essential information you need, along with links to the downloadable icons, to ensure seamless integration of soci ..read more
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Where to Find So Fontsy on Social Media
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by Kaysha Kitten
1M ago
With craft fair season coming up, it's a great time to get your social media in order to direct customers from craft shows to your online platforms. For guidance, take a look at So Fontsy on our social media platforms.  Add links to the logos to automatically redirect customers when they click on the icon.                                ..read more
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Three Projects you can make with DTF Transfers
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by Nikita Grimes
1M ago
Did you know that the versatility of DTF transfers goes beyond just t-shirts? I began by using the gang sheet builder on So Fontsy, which allowed me to order a sheet of multiple matching teacher designs. With that I decided to craft a set of personalized goodies for my child's teacher, adding a special touch by including her name in one of the designs for a custom clipboard. To complete the ensemble, I also fashioned a matching hat and t-shirt. I am excited to gift this unique set for teacher appreciation week!     Want to make a set for a teacher in your life to ..read more
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DIY HTV Decorative Dish Dish Towel
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by Nikita Grimes
1M ago
I just spiced up my kitchen by adding a super fun twist to a plain ol' kitchen towel!  I now have this kitchen towel that reads "Blessed are those who wash the dishes." I cut out the sassy quote from heat transfer vinyl, gave it a good press, and bam! Now, my kitchen has a towel that's basically a stand-up comedian for dishes. Who knew chores could be this entertaining? Grab the exact design that spruced up my kitchen towel from the fantastic Kitchen Towel and Design Bundle! The bundle is a steal at just $9.99, and the total value is  a remarkable $87.48. Plus, you'll score ..read more
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DIY Cat Food Jar with Vinyl
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by Nikita Grimes
2M ago
My cat holds a special place in my heart, and creating personalized items for her brings me so much joy. Crafting this cat food jar was a breeze – all it required was a jar, a design, and a bit of vinyl. Using my silhouette, I carefully cut out the design in vinyl, weeded it, and applied it to the jar. The end result is simply purrfect!  Snag the awesome design I used for this project from the incredible Big Cats and Dog Bundle! Guess what? It's only $8.99 right now, marked down a whopping 89% from $80.74. You get a bunch of 89 SVGs that'll seriously up your creative game. Trus ..read more
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