Now you can cut your own felt ornaments and air freshener sublimation blanks (aka car freshies) from the same amazing 100% polyester felt sheets we use to make our blanks!
⭐ Soft Flexible Felt - Approximately 2mm thick, can be laser cut. (Although we have never tested this in house, some Cricut and/or Silhouette machines can also cut thin felt.)
⭐ Stiff Thick Felt - Approximately 3/16" thick, can be cut with a Glowforge or other laser cutting machine; CANNOT be cut on a Cricut or Silhouette
⚠️ We are unable to provide any technical support for your cutting machines so please, if you are unsure of things please consider ordering a single sheet to test first.
12" x 18" sheets are perfect for your Glowforge or other laser cutter. Although we have never tested this in house, it seems some Cricut and/or Silhouette machines can also cut felt. (We are unable to provide any technical support for your cutting machines so please, if you are unsure of things please consider ordering a single sheet to test first.)
Worried about getting the settings right? Add a $1 Scrap Pack to test your settings before using your good blanks! Scrap Pack available here.
CURIOUS HOW WE USE OUR FINISHED BLANKS?
Read our tutorial with tips, tricks & free graphic download files: https://bit.ly/FeltFreshieTutorial
Use the following as a suggestion, your settings may vary depending on your equipment.
⭐Lint roll prior to pressing
⭐Adhesive spray or heat tape may be applied if needed
⭐Lay felt piece on butcher/parchment paper, lay sublimation transfer face down on felt
⭐Cover with another sheet of butcher/parchment paper
⭐We usually press between 380-400 degrees F for 50-60 seconds (light pressure for stiff material, medium pressure for soft)
⭐Carefully remove felt piece after pressing, let cool prior to pressing the other side
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