Fa la la

My daughter is new to the KNK world so when she wanted to cut heat transfer vinyl she came to visit. She had found a free svg file that she liked. Here is the link to that file. It was near and dear to her heart because for years we had two llamas, Leo and Alf.

The picture doesn’t do it justice. The entire image, other than the black base layer is glitter vinyl. It is adorable in person.

Remember to mirror the image if making this file with HTV.

 

 

Materials

Glitter flex II heat transfer vinyl

Settings

15″ KNK Maxx

Red capped blade

Force 45

Speed 400

Multicut 2

Heat transfer vinyl

About a year ago I bought a heat press. I love cutting vinyl and thought that I could have a lot of fun with heat transfer vinyl. From what I read on line you can have a lot of success using an iron but a heat press is definitely faster and less work. I don’t use it as much as I would like to but when I do it sure is fun.

A friend has a sister who is a Chicago Bears fan, we live in WI, we are not Bears fans. So her sister asked for a Bears shirt for Christmas and this is what we came up with. :O)

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The red Glitterflex HTV is so pretty on this shirt

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For a little princess in my life

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And for the little princesses Aunt I made a hoodie using Thermoflex

 

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Materials

Glitterflex

Thermoflex

Settings

KNK Maxx

Red capped blade

Force 50

Speed 400

2 passes for Glitterflex

The fun thing about the shirts is that the majority of them are just using a font to create the verse and then mirroring it so that it appears correct on the shirt. Most of the shirts cost under $10 to create, including the price of the shirt. The hoodie was a bit more.