Take your scrapbooking to the next level by creating your own spray mask with Therm O Web Iron-On Vinyl.  The process is surprisingly easy and the results are fabulous!  Create custom flourishes, shapes, and even titles with this technique.

Supplies:

 

1. Die cut the Iron-On Vinyl with the design of your choice.  You can use digital cutters, manual cutters, or even scissors to create your design.  When finished the shiny side of the Iron-On Vinyl is the side that will show on a project.  Detailed and intricate designs will pose a challenge when peeling off the backing and placing on the project.  Chunky and block designs will be easier to work with.

 

2. Peel off the Iron-On Vinyl backing paper and place the die cut shape onto your fabric or paper of choice in the desired spot.  Cover with a press cloth or scrap cloth.  Iron following the directions on the Iron-On Vinyl package.

 

3. Spray the piece with a mist spray to highlight the Iron-On Vinyl design.  Dab off any excess mist from the vinyl.  Use on your project.

   

All the patterned papers used in the “1 Dress”  layout are from Basic Grey’s Piccadilly Collection

0 comment on Create A Mask With Iron On Vinyl

  1. Alice Golden
    November 5, 2011 at 4:19 pm (8 years ago)

    would never have thought of that! how clever!

    Reply
  2. rebecca keppel
    November 8, 2011 at 3:04 pm (8 years ago)

    what a great idea! thanks for the awesome tutorial!

    Reply

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