Have you heard?! RABOM now has heat transfer glitter vinyl
in 33 gorgeous colors!! And it's so easy to work with! Check out these five simple and fun glitter vinyl DIY projects that you can make!
But before we get started, let's talk about how to use the heat transfer vinyl. You can use any kind of cutting machine, such as a Cricut or Silhouette to cut out your designs. Just upload your SVG file or JPG to your cutting software and choose "glitter iron-on" as your cutting setting. We also like to use the "more pressure" setting (for Cricut) to cut to make sure it's a very clean cut. Be sure to place your vinyl face down onto your cutting mat and mirror your image that you are cutting. That way you will cut just the vinyl and leave the plastic side on the front for sticking onto your project. After cutting, weed out the excess vinyl and iron it onto your project for 30 seconds at 375 degrees.
And that's it! Now let's get into the project inspiration!
The cutest of all cheer bows! Create an adorable unicorn cheer bow with our new SVG file, glitter vinyl, glitter felt for the horn, and felt flowers. Try it with solid grosgrain or for a magical feel, go with Spring Ombre!
Disney Inspired Cheer Bow
We are loving Disney! This is a must-have bow and it's so fun! All you'll need is black and silver glitter vinyl, white 3" grosgrain, 7/8" red or tomato polka dot grosgrain, a rhinestone strip and the SVG download. Get the SVG here to make it!
It's wedding season! Know a bride you would love to make a personalized gift for? This is the perfect idea! Buy or make a plain zipper bag, add a satin bow (shown in mauve) and add a glitter vinyl "Bride" to the front (shown in rose gold).
A simple decor addition for any room! Add it to a nursery, a bedroom, or living room! We used pink confetti glitter vinyl to create this cute pillow.
Glitter Vinyl Onesie
The cutest of all! Dress your little cutie in this adorable onesie that you made yourself! We used fluorescent purple glitter vinyl to create this. You can also get the SVG file here!
There you go! Five fun and easy projects you can make using heat transfer glitter vinyl. We love to see what you made! Show us how yours turned out by tagging us