To continue on yesterday’s post about using iron on vinyl on a coffee mug, I wanted to try the process with a design that had some thin or small parts to the design. I also wanted to do a review of two products . . . Firefly iron on vinyl and BetterSub mug press. Links for the products are at the end of this post.
I found this saying on LoveSVG . . . if you have not checked them out put this on your list of places to go look for free svg files. They have so many images and sayings, and they are all free. I have used several different images from them, and they always cut beautifully.
I uploaded the svg for the saying to Design Space and then cut it from the Firefly iron on vinyl on the iron on setting. I have to tell you, I have used several different brands of iron on vinyl over the years, and this brand by far weeded the easiest! I am in love with it!
Next I put the mug into my BetterSub brand mug press. I followed the suggested time and temperature in the product manual. The hardest part of this process is letting the mug cool down before removing the carrier sheet. I am not good at waiting.
And here is the finished product! I would recommend hand washing mugs with vinyl on them.
If you are interested in the products that I talked about in this post, you can purchase them from the links below.
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