HomeArticlesChristmas Canvas with Heat Transfer Vinyl Christmas Canvas with Heat Transfer Vinyl By Eric Benedict January 9, 2020 Articles, Blog 11 Comments Tags:canvas, Christmas Lighted Canvas, cricut, Cricut EasyPress, Expressions Vinyl, expressionsvinyl.com, heat transfer vinyl, htv, iron on, lighted canvas, Project Idea, silhouette, Siser Glitter Heat Transfer Vinyl, Siser Heat Transfer Vinyl, Weeding Tool Related Posts How to draw Charmander- Pencil Sketch How to draw a CHAIR for kids Material Design in 60 seconds! About Author admin 11 Comments Cyndi Stoller December 27, 2017 How do you know when to peel off hot or wait til it cools? Reply The Cutting Board December 28, 2017 Wow- I love it. I need to try this. New sub. I love diys- and have done a few here and there, if you'd like to visit my channel. I love the background. Reply C Mills December 28, 2017 Just to clarify, the heat from a heat press won't affect the acrylic paint finish? I'm interesting in trying this. Oh, lastly do you recommend a particular type of canvas? Reply Amanda Perez December 29, 2017 Can you please do another one like this using fairy lights? I'm wondering if it would still be possible since the lights are so small. Thanks!!! 💜 all your videos! Reply Laura Wilson January 1, 2018 Love this!! Thanks for sharing! Reply Bobbi Kirner August 31, 2018 How did you secure the battery pack to the back of the canvas? Reply Joan Rogers September 12, 2018 What size canvas did you use? Reply Christine October 9, 2018 how do you not have a bunch of residual glitter from the cover sheet on your canvas? i did this method and two things happened. 1) transfer glitter all over my nicely painted canvas, 2) my canvas melted 🙁 help! Reply Tammi Arenkiel December 17, 2018 Does anyone know what font this is? Reply Anne WOIA January 25, 2019 Wow I have been watching video after video getting depressed because I'm wanting to do text on canvas with glitter or foil this was like literally the FIRST hassell and mess free tutorial I have seen thank you by the looks of things it's all in the application of enough acrylic paint for the adhesive to actually grip. Thank You Reply linzy linz September 29, 2019 Hi fantastic video what about glitter background. I tried to do it with lodge mode but then the glitter goes into the words. Any suggestions plz x Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.