Yesterday I introduced you to Siser Sparkle glitter vinyl from Siser North America. Did you fall in love with it like I did? If you missed that post, you can go back and ready it by clicking HERE. Today I am going to show you that you can layer Siser Sparkle glitter vinyl.
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Siser is changing the Glitter Vinyl world!
Siser vinyl is changing the world of glitter vinyl with their brand new line of Sparkle vinyl. Not only is this product soft to the touch but you can actually layer it. You heard me right, you can layer glitter vinyl on top of glitter vinyl with the Sparkle line! How is this possible? Because Sparkle has a smooth surface on the top. The glitter is actually embedded into the vinyl.
Would you like to try some of this vinyl for yourself? Keep reading because I you can enter to win some at the end of this post.
Also, it is so easy to cut with your Cricut! Seriously . . . when I was cutting and weeding the vinyl for this project I must have said “I love this stuff!” a dozen times
Cricut Cutting Settings:
Trust me! There is no need to use the special glitter vinyl settings for this product! I cut it on the exact same settings that I use for Siser EasyWeed. Speaking of which, if you have ever struggled with weeding glitter vinyl let me tell you that your troubles are gone! This was the easiest weeding ever!
And will you look at that sparkle! The effect is so beautiful especially when the light hits it.
I cut the design for this shirt from images I found in Cricut Design Space. There are four layers to this image. With other glitter products, I would have probably done the Mickey Mouse image in a solid color vinyl, so that I could do the words in glitter vinyl over the top. Since I really wanted to test out layering Sparkle glitter over glitter so I cut the whole Mickey Mouse head out of the Sparkle Grapevine, which is a deep purple color.
With your Heat Press
Temperature: 305°F/150 ° C
Time: 15 seconds
You can layer Sparkle Glitter
This would have been a cute shirt with just the Sparkle Mickey Mouse on it, but we are taking this to the next level. Now I am adding the Sparkle Snowstorm White layer, and I did this next picture to show you close up that I really am going to layer glitter vinyl over glitter vinyl.
Let’s keep going with more layers of color. I did two shades of yellow for the word Day. First I pressed down the Sparkle Gold Star. As you can see that is going right over the top of the Grapevine Purple layer.
The last step was to add the Sparkle Buttercup Yellow to the very top. I really like that even though I have layered several colors over the top of each other, the shirt does not feel thick or stiff.
This Siser Sparkle glitter vinyl is so much fun to use. I highly recommend this for your next glitter project. I would love to see how you layer Siser Sparkle glitter vinyl on your next project!
Win some Sparkle from Siser!
Before you go, make sure to enter to win some Sparkle from Siser!
Make sure to check out my shirt tutorials from the links below, including
Making a Shirt with your Cricut
Layering Vinyl on a Shirt
Multi Colored Layered Vinyl on a Shirt
Print than Cut Image on a Shirt
All HTV/iron on vinyl projects
I prefer to use Siser brand vinyl for my iron on projects. I feel that is the best quality brand of iron on vinyl out there, and it weeds the easiest. For permanent vinyl I like StarCraft vinyl.
Over the years I have gotten Siser vinyl from a variety of places, including My Craft Source. When you shop at My Craft Source be sure to use code ShawnMosch to get 5% off your order!
I have also ordered from Expression Vinyl and Heat Transfer Warehouse. All of these stores carry Siser brand vinyl and I love that I can order large rolls or small sheets. This can give you a larger variety of choices and allow to to save money on larger orders. To make sure you are getting the best price for your vinyl, make sure to check out my Vinyl Buyers Guide.