Introducing HPN's CraftPro Puff Heat Transfer Vinyl

Have you ever felt like your heat transfer vinyls don't "pop out" enough on your garments? Well look no further than HPN’s CraftPro Puff Heat Transfer Vinyl! It’s sure to add a fun level of depth to your apparel, alongside other fabric items.

Check out the video below for more information on our new vinyl and a demonstration of its use.

Perhaps you’re not quite looking to make a pop out design with flocked or thick heat transfer vinyl, but you're looking for something that’s a little bit more rounded and smooth once it's been applied.

The best choice is definitely CraftPro Puff HTV, which HPN now offers in a variety of eye-catching colors. But it’s not just the colors that are eye-catching!

Once this seemingly flat vinyl is applied onto a fabric item, like T-shirts or tote bags, the inner portion of the material “puffs” up, providing a fun and unique look to any cut design. 

As long as you’ve got a compatible cutting machine and a heat press, including popular crafting tools like the Silhouette Cameo and the HPN CraftPro, applying this super cool puff HTV onto your garments is just as easy as regular HTV!

Now keep in mind that CraftPro Puff Vinyl is not layerable. If you’d like to prepare a “layered” design with this material, you'll need to take advantage of the knockout method to do so, pressing your puff layer last. 

When pressing White CraftPro Puff Vinyl, we recommend that you apply the design to your item at 290°F for 10 seconds with medium pressure. All other colors can be applied at 305°F for 10 seconds with medium pressure.

If you’d like to share your CraftPro Puff Vinyl designs with us, plus a large community of heat transfer enthusiasts, we recommend joining our HeatPressNation Creators Facebook Group.

You’ll also be able to interact with our group’s growing community for useful advice and general fun. 

For any questions, you can always get in touch with a MyExpert representative at support.heatpressnation.com

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