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  1. I always do press before I frame. Much easier that way!
  2. Here is my latest reverse canvas made with Color Chimp Luxe HTV!
  3. BBeaver59, no real instructions. I have a Cricut Maker. I take a picture of the recipe and then download it into Adobe Capture to do intital clean up and then into design space to clean it up the rest of the way. Then I cut the design out in the “mirror” setting using Color Chimp Luxe HTV. I have tried other brands of HTV but have found Color Chimp Luxe works the best! Weeding does take some time but is doable. If you have more questions, let me know. 😊
  4. Bought these on Amazon. They are “corks” with a string of lights attached! On-off switch on th3 cork!
  5. First attempt at glass etching! Used stencil vinyl from Craftey!
  6. Here are some reverse canvases I did using color chimp Htv!
  7. Here is a new creation! I used Color Chimp HTV and layered everything!
  8. Finishing up the last of a custom tea towel order!
  9. Here is my latest creation! Something to go on my sister’s mantle! I used Color Chimp Luxe HTV!
  10. Here are some holiday tee shirts I made for my grandkids!
  11. Made this for my great-nephew using color chimp htv. I bought the pre-made apron at JoAnn’s and added the pocket (cut from an old scrub shirt!)😊
  12. Thanks! 320 degrees for about 25 seconds. I have the Easy Press 2. I did have to use a hard surface under them instead of the padded mat for the first press. I also found that I needed to let them cool slightly before removing the clear sheet. Then I repressed them on the mat with a Teflon sheet over them for another 20 seconds.
  13. One last item for this weekends craft show!
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