Digital files are fairly inexpensive but when you invest in one you want to get the most use out of it. Today I will show you six simple ways to use one digital file. Please note, I get commissions for purchases made through some of the links in this post, this does not mean you pay more, it just means I am compensated for the referral.
Valentine’s day is all about showing how much you love someone. Wall hangings are the perfect way to show love to those who enter your home. Using a piece of black canvas and heat transfer vinyl you can quickly create a custom piece of art. These poster hangers are super affordable and come in a two pack!
Our digital files come in several formats including JPG and PNG. Use the jpg to print and create your own cards or stationary. The png file format has a transparent background that is handy for layering your design with other graphics you may have.
Speaking of printables, they are perfect for creating a sublimation transfer to create a custom mug. Mugs can also be created using sign vinyl, but we love the look and quality of sublimation.
This would not be a SVG blog post without talking about tees. My favorite heat transfer vinyl is Thermoflex Plus. I love it because it isn’t shiny or super thick like some of the other vinyl I have tried, but I really love that most of the colors you can layer. I buy mine from heat transfer warehouse because it more affordable than Amazon or buying at local craft stores.
There are so many things you can add your lettering to, but one thing you can create without an any additional product is a wall decal. All you need is blank wall! Choosing a smooth, flat finish wall is ideal.
If feel like putting lettering directly on your walls is a commitment, then a sign is the way to go. They are by far the most popular product ordered from our wood shop. If you’re not a builder, Hobby Lobby has a variety of framed blank signs ready to add lettering to. They come in a variety of sizes and shapes.
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