Turn a multi layered and multi colored svg file into a cute t-shirt design using printable iron on and the latest Fresh Cut SVG Bundle.
Hey, hey crafty people! Liz here from Liz on Call. Are you loving the Palm Springs Bundle?!?! All the designs are just so cute and fun! What I love about these designs is that there are so many possibilities. All the designs in the bundle come as SVG, DXF and PNG. These files allow for all kinds of project creations using Cricut, Silhouette and other cutting and crafting machines.
Many of the Fresh Cut SVG Files come with multiple layers and colors. Which make them super fun for paper crafting and creating print and cut projects. They can also be used to create iron on projects. Which just happen to be my most favorite projects to create with cut files. I like working with iron on vinyl (or heat transfer vinyl) in making t-shirts for my kids and family mostly. But iron on can also be used on wood and paper as well.
Multi layered cut files can sometimes be tricky when it comes to applying them to your t-shirt. You have to make sure to not add too much heat, or make sure you have the layers in the right order, or use the correct iron on for layering. With this Desert Vibes design, that is part of the Palm Springs Bundle, I wanted the design to be perfectly entact when I ironed it to the t-shirt. The thin outline line of design was the one layer I knew I would have a hard time applying to the shirt if I did each layer individually with iron on.
That is where printable iron on comes into play. Printable iron on allowed me to keep the design just as I wanted. Keeping all the detail and layered look that I love about the design. There are so many options when it comes to printable iron on. The most important thing you can do when it comes to printable iron on is to read the directions. You can see the complete tutorial on how to use printable iron on, with video, over at Liz on Call.
And don’t forget to check out all the designs in our Palm Springs Bundle.