Craftopia glitter self adhesive vinyl sheets 6” x 6 “ 20 pack assortment craft vinyl
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What We Like
- Comes in simple design that makes it easy to use
- Feature a formula that adheres great to a variety of materials including glass, metal and more
- Contains true metallic flakes for ultimate sparkle
- may be difficult to cut and weed
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 12,023 reviews for 22 products in the Adhesive Sheets category.
We then analyzed 754 reviews for this product. Of these, 652 reviews were recent.
Around 30% of reviews were positive and about 70% were negative.
7.11 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about Craftopia glitter self adhesive vinyl sheets 6” x 6 “ 20 pack assortment craft vinyl
The glitter has a nice glossy top coat and can fit multiple sheets on a single mat if you have layers in your small or tiny home.
These are great for the smaller projects with out the waste and you need to read the directions on how to cut them.
If you use the deep cut blade on your machine, you may be able to cut on a different setting without any trouble. I was not using a deep cut blade so if you are using the deep cut blade you may be able to cut on a different setting without any trouble.
I figured it out after cutting it on glitter HTV and doing a second pass. I am eager to try some of the settings mentioned in the reviews.
I got this and threw it on the machine and set it to premium vinyl and more pressure, but it barely cut through it, and I knew you had to fiddle with it.
Does this stick to the walls and peal off with no issues?
I don't know, but my experience with this product was that it was very hard to work with, and I wouldn't purchase again.
I can't remove the top shiny layer from the glitter.
I do not think there is a top shiny layer and I think it is all one piece of vinyl.
Will it last for a long time?
You need to seal with spray or epoxy if used on tumblers.
Is it possible that this will work for car decals?
I don't know how long they would last on the hot sun, but I am using mine for decals on wood craft cars and they stick well to wood.
Is it possible to use this for iron on t shirts?
This isn't heat transfer vinyl.