Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV) is a great material to work with. If you can iron it, you can customize it by adding heat transfer vinyl! Making custom t-shirts, fun bags and sassy shoes is super easy with a little know how.
I created 12 exclusive heat transfer vinyl designs that you’ll only find here at Craft-e-Corner. Below you’ll find project inspiration and a lot of information about heat transfer vinyl (HTV).
I am excited to share all these designs and fun projects with you! I created these exclusive designs for Craft-e-Corner to teach you all about heat transfer. Let’s check out the designs:
You can click on the link or the photo to go to the project and get full project details.
Get the basics of heat transfer vinyl with this Heat Transfer 101 post. Learn the step by step directions to make your own shirt. This design comes with two options- “All I need is a whole lot of crafting and a nice glass of wine” and “All I need is a whole lot of crafting and a huge cup of coffee” – wouldn’t this be the perfect shirt to wear to your next crop or scrapping girls weekend?
If coffee gets YOU through the day too, you’ll love this design. Learn how to make your own custom coffee cups with this design (and how not to).
Learn how to put heat transfer on a hat, with no special attachments needed. This cute little owl has polka dots to make it look like a rhinestone design, but glitter heat transfer gives you all the sparkle without the work of rhinestones:
If you have a wedding coming up, you’ll love this design. Make the bride & groom a personalized wedding album, pillow or guest book with this Mr. & Mrs. design! Add in their wedding date, and you’ll be winning at gift giving in no time:
Show off your state pride with this US map design! This design was made so you can pull the states apart and work with just your state of choice. Learn how to distress HTV without tedious weeding:
This design was made with the last day of school in mind! Whether you have someone graduating kindergarten or high school, you can make them a custom shirt for collecting their friends autographs. In this post, I added the design to an autograph stuffed animal! Get tips on how to use a heat press or iron to personalize a stuffie!
Learn how (and why) you might use heat transfer vinyl on other surfaces besides fabric- like wood. See what works best and how to apply. With these four fun skeleton key designs, you’re sure to make something classic looking like this shabby chic key rack:
This post deals with glitter heat transfer that has come off its backing sheet. Don’t throw those scraps away- use them! This design is actually a four in one- “dog tired” “social butterfly” “early bird” and “cat nap.” Aren’t simple and punny designs are the best!?
This design is intricate and beautiful! See how to use glitter heat transfer vinyl with fabric and make a stunning shirt! Includes a video with step by step directions!
Learn all about pressing pillows! This design is inspired by the famed John Muir and if you’re a fan of all things nautical, I bet you’ll love it to. See how a pressing pillow helped to make this reusable beach bag.
This design is perfect to make a custom onesie for the new little one in your life. Bring a custom baby onesie to your next baby shower and be the star of the show. With this cute little body suit, we’ll cover how to size your designs correctly and ensure that they are aligned properly.
Here are a few bonus posts that would be helpful with Heat Transfer Vinyl too:
How to Fix HTV Mistakes
If you’re new to glitter heat transfer vinyl, you may not know just how difficult it can be to weed it. When you cut glitter HTV you can’t see the cut lines which makes weeding difficult. Find out what my “secret tool” is to make weeding glitter easier, and learn some other ideas to try.
I hope you’ll enjoy these heat transfer designs! I have worked a lot of information into these posts and I know you’ll find it helpful! Don’t get intimidated by heat transfer, once you get started, you’ll be hooked!