How to use Iron On Vinyl on Cardstock with your Cricut
Did you know that you can put heat transfer vinyl (aka…HTV) on cardstock?! In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to make a cute thank you card using your Cricut and Cricut EasyPress Mini to put iron-on vinyl on paper! This Thank You Card is super easy to make and the perfect Cricut project for beginners!
Today I am going to show you how to make a card using your Cricut and Heat Transfer Vinyl (also known as iron-on vinyl).
I love using heat transfer vinyl on cards because it’s super easy and there is pretty much zero risk of the design falling off like you might get just using paper and glue.
I also think the HTV makes the card look super professional.
You can grab my Thank You wildflowers SVG cut file at the bottom of the page if you want to make your own card.
I created a video tutorial showing you how to make this project as well as the list of tools and materials you will need. You can find both of those below.
I hope you enjoy this card tutorial as much as I enjoyed making it!
SUPPLIES NEEDED TO MAKE THIS THANK YOU CARD WITH IRON-ON VINYL
- Cricut cutting machine
- Standard grip cutting mat
- Light grip Cricut cutting mat
- Weeding tool
- Brayer tool (optional)
- Cricut EasyPress Mini
- Cricut EasyPress Mat
HOW TO IRON-ON CARDSTOCK WITH YOUR CRICUT
How to Iron-On Cardstock with your Cricut
Today I am going to show you how to make a cute thank you card using your Cricut and Cricut EasyPress Mini to put HTV on paper! This Thank You Card is super easy to make and the perfect Cricut project for beginners!
Don’t forget to save this project on Pinterest!
To download the free Thank You wildflowers SVG cut file, just fill out the form below and click “GET IT NOW!”
GET THE THANK YOU WILDFLOWERS SVG CUT FILES
HOW TO USE THESE CUT FILES:
You can use these files on your Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore, Cricut Joy, Silhouette Cameo, or other brands of electronic cutting machines that use these file types.
If you need help downloading the files and uploading them to Cricut Design Space, I have a quick tutorial on how to do that here: How to Download SVG Files and Upload them to Cricut Design Space
Please review the licensing information for these files by clicking the link below.
* Crafting A Lovely Life SVG File License Information