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Free Halloween Alphabet Set for Silhouette Crafters

It's Freebie Friday and this week I have something extra special for you - an entire monogram alphabet - and a quick Silhouette video tutorial on how to put HTV on pumpkins!

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We've teamed with Silhouette U contributing designer Mary Carol from Miss Mary's Embroidery for this week's free design and she's giving Silhouette School readers a whole lot of awesomeness!


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What's even better about the Halloween monogram design set is just how many different ways you can use it. The designs comes with the PNG, SVG, and embroidery file formats which means you can use it to create so many awesome things for Halloween!

The same designs can be used with or without the pumpkin shape! Just remove it and you'll have an adorable Halloween-themed alphabet set. 

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Mary Carol has even been so generous as to put together a video so you can see exactly how to put heat transfer vinyl on pumpkins!



Alright now that I know you're mind is just spinning with idea, head on over and grab the free monogram pumpkin set. The set will be free on Miss Mary's Embroidery until the end of October!


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1 comment

  1. I couldn't understand in the video, what kind of paper do you heat press the htv design to?

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