I love the internet, do you know why?
Because you can save so much money when you purchase things online.
It makes sense as the brick-and-mortar stores all have more overhead costs, so it is pretty smart to look towards online stores if you wish to find the best value iron-on vinyl buys.
What you can keep in mind is that you can in actual fact iron-on all heat transfer vinyl. We personally prefer to stick to vinyl that has specifically been designed for irons, rather than heat press machines though and you won’t find a lot of them on the market.
So where do I buy my iron-on vinyl for my vinyl cutting machine (https://www.thebestvinylcutters.com/best-vinyl-cutting-machine/)??
Here is a list of some of the best places to buy your iron-on vinyl.
Cricut has a fabulous iron-on vinyl range out. We also love that they have some beautiful specialty iron-on vinyl available in glitter, foil or holographic. Cricut states that their iron-on vinyl will outlast 50+ washes which is pretty good for an iron-on style vinyl.
We love purchasing our vinyl supplies at Cricut because they have very regular sales on their tools, accessories, and supplies.
Check out their video on Circut Iron-On Vinyl below:
Because I love my readers so much, I’ll share two money saving tips!
Iron-On Vinyl Types Available:
If you want to purchase more than just a few vinyl sheets, we highly recommend that you pop over to Cricut. However, if you are only chasing a single sheet of vinyl, we suggest you head over to Amazon.
>>> Click here to see the Cricut Iron-On range and to check prices
Amazon is brilliant if you know that you will only be purchasing a small selection of vinyl goodies, because you can easily fill your basket with other non-crafty products as well. You will find any and all types of vinyl available at Amazon.
Because I love my readers so much, I’ll share a money saving tip!
We highly recommend that you invest in proper iron-on designed vinyl if you know that you will be using an iron for your projects. If you have a Cricut Easypress you can expand by purchasing any Heat Transfer (HTV) vinyl currently on the market. But truly Cricut has such a lovely range out that I don’t think you need to look any further! My favorite is the Cricut iron on glitter vinyl – soooooooo pretty!
Have fun shopping and have a fun time with your lovely projects.