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                          Tips and Tricks For using Sublimation Fabrics  Here are some Tips and Tricks For Bringing your Sublimation Game to the Next Level with Heat Transferred Sublimatable Fabrics. Let's go through some key steps that will allow you to create sublimated designs that can be applied to ANY apparel project. Prepping Your Designs Print your sublimation transfer, (which should be printed mirrored and with a bleed if you do not want a white outline.) Cut  & Weed your fabric using your cutter. (If you notice fraying of the material,...

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Cricut Tips, Graphics and Design, Holographic, Holographic HTV, How To, Preparation, Starting Out -

Holographic Heat Transfer Vinyl, along with other speciality HTVs, add an eye catching effect to any design or image. Whether you are looking to stand out or need to level up your custom apparel, Holographic HTV is a game changer and can be cut on all Cricut & Silhouette Machines. 

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Designs with many colors take a lot of time and energy to create with standard HTV colors as each color needs to be cut, weeded, and pressed individually. This is where digitally printed HTV transfers can be very useful. Here we are going to review how to apply your custom printed HTV.

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...designing prints for paper, business cards, and even t-shirts it is often required to utilize both a printer and a cutter.  The problem we about most often is cutting right to the edge of a print is almost impossible.  If the cutter and printer are not perfectly in sync there is a high probability...

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Standard Colors, Metallics, Foils, Holographics, Printed HTV all require slightly different time, temp, and pressure settings as well as different methods for peeling and layering.  Not having your heat press setup for the material you are using, is an avoidable mistake.  Which is why we created this cheat sheet. 

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