So when my second grade daughter asked if we could add some HTV to the strap, I told her I'd be here to help if she needed me, but she's been around Silhouette stuff long to enough to know how to do it on her own! And then I threw out the idea that she write up a tutorial for the blog...she couldn't resist my offer! So here's Liv...
Hi. I'm Olivia.This is my first blog post so today I'll show you how to make a camera strap with heat transfer vinyl.
First I measured the camera strap.
Then I used Silhouette Studio and used Draw A Box tool to make a little box to the same size as the strap.
And I put the measurements in the Scale Window.The reason we did the box is to make sure the words aren't too big for the strap.
After that I used the A button to write 'Olivia's camera' on the little box.
best settings to cut glitter heat transfer vinyl.
Then we let it cut. And after it cut I removed the extra.
Then I folded it in half because if we folded it in half we could put it on in the middle of the strap.
Then we lined the two folds up.
After that we put it on the strap with the heat press. My mom helped me.
Then after we put it on the heat press we took it out and we took off the sticky paper.
And then it was finished!
I hope you like my strap and my blog.
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