How to Apply Heat Transfer Vinyl to Wood
In this step-by-step tutorial, we’ll show you how to apply heat transfer vinyl to wood with a heat press.
We are using this cute winter svg design from the Winter Crafter's SVG Bundle.
Cut and weed the wood sign svg design from heat transfer vinyl.
Preheat your heat press to the required time, which is 305 degrees F for Siser Easyweed.
Place a piece of parchment paper on the lower platen of the heat press to protect it.
Note that this technique is only going to work with thin, flat, and smaller pieces of wood because they need to be able to fit within the press.
Loosen the heat press pressure considerably to account for the thickness of the wood.
Place the HTV design and then place parchment paper over the entire thing.
Press the HTV - in regards to pressing time, it is very similar to how you would press HTV onto a t shirt.
Remove cover sheet and your sign is done! It's that easy! The wood sign blank we used for this project is from Joann craft store.
Grab this winter wood sign design from the Winter Crafter's SVG Bundle.
Watch project video below:
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