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3D Halloween Scene | Silhouette Glow-In-The-Dark HTV

Hi everyone, Verity here today from PrettyLittleButton.

Heat transfer vinyl isn’t just for fabrics. It works well on paper crafts too as long as you protect the paper and use the minimal amount of heat as possible.

It’s a great way to line the design up and can move about to ensure the position is right before heating.

Also, no transfer tape either which could tear your paper.

Open Up The Design

Download the Halloween Shadow Box by Tanya Batrak and open up within your design space.

Cut layers 1 – 4 out of black card and put them to one side.

Cutting HTV

Cut the moon out of Glow in the dark Heat Transfer vinyl.

Heat transfer vinyl can also work well on paper crafts and no glue is needed!

Assembling The Design

Before assembling the shadow box, weed the heat transfer vinyl to reveal the moon and position this over the moon on the layer 3. Using an iron, cover the vinyl with some heat proof paper and iron the vinyl onto the card.

Fold the card over at all the score lines. Assemble the shadow box using strong adhesive.

For full instructions on how to assemble, check out Tanya Batrak’s website here: Click For Video


This 3D paper craft is spooktacular and looks fantastic at night when the moon just glows!

– Verity Biddlecombe – 

Silhouette UK Blog Created By Verity Biddlecombe

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Design Used: Halloween Shadow Box
Design Store Artist: Tanya Batrak
Design Store ID: 67101 > Download

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