This is a 8 inch by 12 inch sheet of patterned printed heat transfer vinyl (htv) or adhesive vinyl.
- Adhesive (Sticker)
- Removable Adhesive
- Waterslide Clear
- Waterslide White
MEDIAS TO CHOOSE FROM:
PERMANENT ADHESIVE: This is a white opaque base with a clear permanent adhesive. Whatever I print on it will show on what you put it on. It is not see through. If applied to glass, you can see the image from the back if lit. It has a light gray adhesive but you will see a ghost image of the front. Printed on Orajet 3651GRA equivalent to Oracal 651. May not be able to cover something up.
REMOVABLE ADHESIVE: This is a white opaque vinyl that I print on. It has a temporary adhesive. It is meant for indoor projects and wall graphics. It is removable (not reusable) so it doesn't leave a sticky residue when removed. This is great for temporary projects, as well such as signs/sales/holiday graphics. Orajet equivalent to Oracal 631. Matte medias print lighter than on gloss or semi-gloss. Just keep that in mind.
HTV: This is for textiles like shirts and bags. This is a smooth heat transfer vinyl and needs to be applied using a heat press. A home iron can be used but it is hard to gauge the temperature and pressure. But if you are used to applying htv with a home iron, then this will work just fine. It is a white opaque htv that I print on. It is "backwards" on the carrier so I can print on the front. The adhesive part is on the back, against the plastic carrier sheet. So your art needs to be front facing or right reading (meaning, do not mirror), then you cut it that way with the pattern face up and then you weed it and then you use a mask (which is pretty much heat resistant transfer tape) to lift off your weeded design and place it onto your shirt then press. A mask starter piece is included in your purchase. You can purchase a separate 12 inch by 12 inch sheet of mask in another listing I have here in my shop for $3. BUT you can use a clear carrier sheet that you usually throw in the recycle bin. I have a drawer where I save my sheets so I can use them for printed vinyl. So start saving yours. Printed on Siser ColorPrint Easy
WATERSLIDE FILM: I print this image on a 8 x 12 inch sheet of waterslide film. You can choose clear or white film. The clear must be applied to a white or light background as the inks are translucent (see through) and the background will show through. The white can be applied to any color, it is opaque (not see through). This is printed using eco-solvent inks so you get the quality of inkjet and the benefit of waterproof, permanent ink. So no spray sealing is necessary.
This is high quality graphics printed using a commercial printer using eco-solvent inks.
Your 8 inch by 12 inch sheet will ship flat in a sturdy envelope via USPS First Class. Included will be instructions for cutting and pressing.
Please let me know if you have any questions. I will include cut settings for several cutting machines including
Brother Scan n Cut
there are also videos on YouTube to show how to apply these.
When cutting printed material, do not mirror
Use mask or transfer tape to lift design off carrier
for htv: place on shirt and use heat press or home iron to apply
for adhesive, place on hard smooth surface (clean with alcohol and let air dry first)
save your mask/transfer tape to reuse
Patterns Heat Transfer Vinyl
On trend, on demand.
This patterned heat transfer vinyl is digitally printed on Express Print® vinyl by Stahls. Offer full color graphics without your own print/cut machine.
Cuts and weeds easily
Patterns Mask is needed to remove graphics from the carrier.
*for all vinyl, please allow for a 1/4" variance
Copy and paste this link in a new window in your browser that takes you to my video on YouTube showing you how to apply mask to your printed htv. https://youtu.be/rs9xtvYU-vY
I apologize, but I do not accept returns on any printed product or offer any refunds on printed products or digital downloads. Please make sure you order exactly what you want before making your purchase. Did you make a mistake? Did I make a mistake? It happens, just contact me.