Ready for a quick New Year’s Eve project for your Silhouette/Cricut?
Just take a cute burlap wine bag and some HTV and you’ve got yourself a project that comes together easy peasy! It makes a great hostess gift or even just a decorative item for yourself.
This design in particular is one I created with this very project in mind – I wanted a tall narrow subway art design for New Year that I could put onto a wine bag.
- Cut File (I used my New Year’s Eve Subway Art Wine Bag cut file)
- Heat Transfer Vinyl (I used Siser Easyweed in Charcoal)
- Burlap (or other fabric) wine bags (I got mine from Amazon Prime here)
- Craft cutter (Silhouette, Cricut, etc)
- Heat Press or Iron
- Pre-press your wine bag. This gets any moisture out and helps the HTV have a nice smooth surface to stick to.
- Heat Press Settings: Temp 315-325 degrees F, press for 3-4 seconds
- Iron Settings: Cotton (medium) setting, press for 5-6 seconds
- Cut and weed your HTV design, then center it on the bag. Don’t forget to reverse the design when you cut!
- Press the design!
- Heat Press Settings: Temp 315-325 degrees F, medium pressure, press for 15-20 seconds
- Iron Settings: Cotton (medium) setting, lay bag on flat hard surface and press AS HARD AS YOU CAN. Don’t move the iron around – pick it up and set it down in a new spot each time.
- The HTV is well adhered when you can see the texture of the burlap or fabric in the vinyl like this:
- Remove your vinyl backing and let it cool off.
Now just put in your favorite bottle of vino or bubbly and you’re all set!
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