Ultimate Silhouette Beginner Guide to Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV) - $5.99


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The Ultimate Silhouette Beginner Guide to Heat Transfer Vinyl is the sixth of seven guides in the Ultimate Silhouette Guide series by author and blogger Melissa Viscount of Silhouette School blog

This 12 page mini guide to Silhouette Heat Transfer Vinyl will not only walk you through step by step how to cut Heat Transfer Vinyl with Silhouette CAMEO and Portrait, but will teach you how to layer multiple colors of heat transfer vinyl and how to troubleshoot common HTV problems. 


This mini guide also includes a 15% off coupon for The Ultimate Silhouette Guide, my 160 page Silhouette CAMEO and Portrait ebook. 

The ebook version is delivered instantly as a PDF through a download link at checkout.  
All mini guides in the Ultimate Silhouette Guide series are exclusively sold through Swing Design.  

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About the Author: 


Melissa Viscount is the founder, owner, and editor of Silhouette School Blog. A SAHM to two young children, Melissa previously worked as a Television News Producer at three different NBC affiliates after graduation from Ithaca College.  Following the birth of her oldest child in 2008, she stopped working outside the home to stay home and raise her children. 
During that time, Melissa started her first blog, New Mama's Corner. She later added freelance writing to the mix working for both eHow.com and Examiner.com where she wrote on a wide variety of topics. In April 2013 Melissa Started Two It Yourself, a DIY website where she and her sister shared DIY projects and tutorials. 

In December 2013 Melissa received a Silhouette Portrait for Christmas (later adding a CAMEO to the family, as well). Recognizing there was a need for beginner-focused Silhouette CAMEO tutorials and written instruction she started a sister site to 2IY and in January 2014 Silhouette School blog was born. 

Silhouette School immediately took off and has become a go-to source of information, tutorials, and project ideas for Silhouette users around the world. With a very active blog and social media following Silhouette School has become Melissa’s flagship site. Daily requests for printable tutorials in logical order has lead to the writing of this downloadable eBook which can be printed without advertisements (a necessity on the blog).
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