Poofy Cheeks: Applying Vinyl Labels with Transfer Paper

April 4, 2015

Applying Vinyl Labels with Transfer Paper

I sold quite a few vinyl labels in my shop over the past month and today I am sharing a tutorial for how to apply the labels. I cut, weeded and put the labels onto transfer paper before shipping them out. If you are here to learn how to apply a label you purchased from my ETSY shop then you are in the right place! Thank you so much for your purchase.

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Start out with your labels and the surface you are going to apply them to. In this case I am using Easter buckets I purchased at Target. Make sure you are working with a clean, flat surface. Before taking any of the transfer paper off I like to practice the placement to make sure everything is centered and straight. Most of the time I like to apply labels at an angle.

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When you are ready to apply turn the label upside down and rub it with your fingers then peel the solid backing off at a 90 degree angle. You will have the label with the gridded transfer paper left.

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Apply the label from left to right and then use a credit card or similar object to rub the label and smooth any air bubbles.

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The final step is to remove the gridded transfer paper. Peel it off from one corner at a 90 degree angle. Peel slowly just incase part of the label didn’t adhere all the way. You don’t want to rip the label!!

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Ta-da you are done! A plain bucket just became a cute personalized Easter bucket in minutes.

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Enjoy,

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