Quick, help! What’s the best way to store heat transfer vinyl? Many of you will understand how the craft room can get in a bit of a clutter at times (most of the time), especially if you’ve just finished doing some bigger t-shirt orders. After a long session of cutting vinyl, things can turn into something of a D-zone (Disaster zone, for the uninitiated).
In this post we want to give you a few cheap and easy ways to keep and store heat transfer vinyl in good order. To do this we’ll just share a few videos from YouTube and then link to some helpful products on Amazon.com.
Videos – How To Store Heat Transfer Vinyl
Sherrell from Zindee Studios gives a great idea on how to store weeded heat transfers in this video – using a scrapbook! If you have a popular shirt design that you are often making, the next time you’re cutting it, why not make 5 or more extras to have them on hand?
Josh Ellsworth from Stahls’ shows you how to prepare pressure sensitive, high tack transfers for storage.
Troy from TroyTube has a low cost solution creating storage space out of old cardboard rolls.
Jessica from Expressions Vinyl shares some very creative ways to store your vinyl in this next video.
Hanging Storage For HTV
Believe it or not, but this over the door shoe hanger can make a great storage space for your vinyl! And not only that, you might have left over room for all sorts of items that need a home. I like how these organizers create storage space where before there was none.
This is another organizer that can be used over the door, but, if you wanted to, you could also remove the door hangers and attach it to your wall. This hanger is a bit more attractive than the previous one!
This storage cart is good for keeping scraps of vinyl. Every time you cut quotes out for a t-shirt there is always quite a bit of excess left behind. You might be able to use small bits of vinyl to add small decals or branding to other shirts in the future.