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What HTV Is Right For You?

What HTV Is Right For You?

Last updated 3/26/2021 You have a design in mind. You know what you want it to look like and what you want to put it on. So, what’s stopping you from bringing your design to life?We know that
 Heat Transfer Vinyl for Cricut Maker

Heat Transfer Vinyl for Cricut Maker

You just got your Cricut Maker cutter! Welcome to the wonderful world of heat transfer vinyl (HTV)! You’re a few clicks away from your first project but you may be wondering what material will work
Sublimating with HTV Textured Glitter

Sublimating with HTV Textured Glitter

Dye sublimation is a great option for those who are seeking high quality photographic results. Feel free to make your artwork as complicated as you want, because there are endless possibilities when u
Which Siser Printable is Right for You?

Which Siser Printable is Right for You?

Printable vinyl is a great way to add full color customization to your products without all the inlay and layering that come with regular vinyl when trying to produce a full color image on a garmen
How to Put HTV on Cardstock

How to Put HTV on Cardstock

Everybody has scraps of vinyl, why not put them to use? Most of your vinyl scraps should be just the right size to use on a custom card design. Here are three holiday cards to spark your creati
New Siser Easyweed Stretch Colors

New Siser Easyweed Stretch Colors

Since the start of the year, Siser has released 14 new colors of EasyWeed Stretch. The stretchy vinyl is great for activewear, and it has a smooth matte finish. You might recognize some of the
Heat Transfer Warehouse Custom Siser Colors

Heat Transfer Warehouse Custom Siser Colors

At Heat Transfer Warehouse, we work directly with Siser to bring you new and unique colors that you won't find anywhere else. When making custom colors, we keep an eye on what's trending, as well
Siser EasyWeed Extra On Nylon

Siser EasyWeed Extra On Nylon

If you have experience using heat transfer vinyl, you probably know that most heat transfer materials are not designed to adhere to nylon. However, there are specific heat transfer vinyls that are spe