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How to layer multi-colored Vinyl Designs

How to layer multi-colored Vinyl Designs

 

This video will show you how to quickly and easily layer multi-colored decals without using a lightbox or registration marks.

11 thoughts on “How to layer multi-colored Vinyl Designs

  1. You made that look so easy thank you

    1. Thankyou!!! It really is easy!

  2. I just think that it is a waste of a lot of vinyl… But, I am saving your you tube video because this might be the best way to do something complex. Thank you for taking time to show us this method. I can see it makes the design correct. I usually try to not layer but to slice out the areas where it would be layered. I appreciate your way though…thanks!

    1. Hi Debra! Excellent point! I prefer to layer designs myself if they are sliced and try to do that when designing. I had this video in mind for beginners to vinyl so that they can learn the “feel” of layering decals, so that they get used the static and how quickly vinyl can stick to itself ruining a decal. Most, when they get the hang of it, won’t use this method unless it is a complex design. I appreciate your input! Thank you so much for taking the time to comment!

  3. What transfer tape are you using? It looks easier to use than what I’m using. Thanks for the great video!

    1. Hi Charlotte! I’m using RTape Clear Choice AT65 – General Purpose High-Tack Application Tape. I purchase mine here at US Cutter and they have sample rolls that you can try first if you prefer, but you won’t be disappointed in it! https://www.uscutter.com/RTape-Clear-Choice-AT65-All-Purpose-Medium-Tack-Application-Tape-100yd

  4. Mind blown ????

  5. That was amazing! You did it so fast!

  6. LOOKS EASY ! THANKS FOR TIP

  7. I understand the weeding box, but is it possible to see how you ungrouped the colors and then got the weeding box around each one exactly so they’d fit over each other? Maybe I’m missing something here, but I love the idea you’re showing – just don’t know how to begin it. Thanks so much.

    1. Hi Charlotte! I sure can. Give me just a bit and will put together a video.

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