how to make glitter heat transfer easier
I \'ve learned some tips to help reveal the lines and make weeding easier and you might be surprised to click on some of the methods below to make flash HT easier to use.
If you have ever used smooth heat transfer vinyl, you may rely on the lines left by your blade to guide where to weed. . .
These lines are hard to see when you use flash heat transfer.
Like magic, they disappear like this!
Here are some suggestions I\'m trying to get them to appear again (
So that the flash heat transfer is easier to use).
Choose a light table or place I try to keep the design on a bright window.
It actually helped a little but was not friendly with the project.
If you do a lot of glitter heat transfer, it\'s totally worth buying a light table.
Helpful but not helpful today.
Before uninstalling the design from the machine, use a sketch pen to change the blade to a sketch pen, allowing the machine to draw the design with a sketch pen.
This will leave you a visible outline that you can then use to weed.
Using baby powder it sounds harmless and easy, so I rotated a bit: add a little baby powder to the flash heat transfer and watch the cutting line magically re-appear --it\'s magic! Give a (very)
Slight dust removal of baby powder, rubbing it on the design, it magically highlights all the cutting lines, making it easy for you to see where you need to weed.
Baby milk powder does not seem to have any effect on vinyl.
Vinyl stays on the carrier board without any problems and it is also easy to transfer to the hat.
At the same time, we will prepare some flash heat transfer for you.
Tidy up what you like and make a good shirt at home.
CSTOWN is developing new diy methods to help our customers produce their own heat transfer vinyl at home.
Do you have any good suggestions?
Have you successfully used one of these technologies?
What works for you?
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