I love custom seat belt covers for a variety of reasons from making a statement to being pretty to serving a purpose. I, personally, need a seat belt cover because regardless of the seat belt height, it cuts into my clavicle and causes pain. Another functional reason for the seat belt cover is to alert first responders in the event of an accident. If you or your child have medical allergies, conditions, or sensory issues, this can help them respond appropriately.
I wanted to make something for a friend to remind her of our friendship now that she's moving back home. So I began to brainstorm. After tossing around several ideas, I knew I wanted to make a canvas. During the design phase, I had to make sure it fit on the canvas, 16x20 inches, with … Continue reading How To Make a Canvas Using Vinyl
Guys, you are going to LOVE THIS! Do you ever browse designs on your computer, see some SVG files, and wonder exactly what those designs look like. After pondering, you have to click and open every single one just to refresh your memory. Browsing is suddenly a lot of extra work. Well, now your prayers … Continue reading How to View SVG files as Thumbnails with Windows Operating System
Using the PixScan mat can be quick, easy, and simple. Let's walk through some steps and talk about how and why you would use it.
Alright. You've got your adhesive vinyl layers with layering markers cut, weeded, and ready to apply. How do you line up everything? One layer at a time. With adhesive vinyl, we work from top to bottom. With HTV, we work bottom to top. Cut transfer tape large enough to cover your whole design including layering … Continue reading Applying Adhesive Vinyl Layers
Ok. You've got your design pieces with layering markers cut, weeded, and ready to apply. Now what? With adhesive vinyl, we work from top to bottom. With HTV, we work bottom to top. Align all your layers in the proper order to make a complete design only the transfer paper and layering markers are still … Continue reading Applying HTV Layers