can i use heat transfer vinyl on wood

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YES!

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  • What does heat transfer vinyl look like on wood?

  • HTV (especially smooth HTV like Siser Easyweed) is really thin and flexible, so it looks almost like paint on the wood. You can see how the iron on vinyl almost melts into the wood in the photo below. Have I convinced you yet that heat transfer vinyl on wood is something worth trying?

  • Can you use acrylic paint on heat transfer vinyl?

  • If you don鈥檛 have chalk paint you can use acrylic, it really doesn鈥檛 matter. But I would let them sit for at least 24 hours before you put the vinyl on them. You will cut and weed your heat transfer vinyl like normal and then use your Cricut EasyPress to adhere the vinyl to the wood discs. It really is that simple!

  • Can I use regular vinyl on wood?

  • It requires heat (from an iron or a heat press) in order to adhere to a surface. It was designed to make t-shirts (or tote bags, or other projects on fabric), but it can also be the perfect vinyl choice for wood. Can I still use regular vinyl on wood鈥?If I want to? Well, I suppose you can use regular peel-and-stick vinyl on wood.

  • Can you put HTV on wood?

  • Read on to see just how to add HTV to wood. Then you can make projects like this farmhouse wreath with a wood sign. I am using the Cricut brand of iron-on. Any heat transfer vinyl should work for decorating wood really. You might have a more difficult time getting something like glitter HTV to stick.

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