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If you love using your Cricut for anything and everything than you will love all of these Blanks for vinyl ideas you can use for all your projects!
Any Cricut crafter will tell you how much they love having vinyl blanks on hand. It is so nice to be able to create right when you need to. Especially for last minute projects.
In a perfect world you would have a big stash of blanks that you could pull out in a jiffy. Of course, that does require having a space to keep everything (and money!) so if you can’t accumulate a pile of different blanks – that’s okay, too!
As long as you know the best places to find what you need- you’ll be just fine.
Sometimes you know exactly what project you’re going for while other times you just need some inspiration. Keep reading to discover some of the best blanks for vinyl and where to get them.
What are blanks for vinyl?
In the world of Cricut, blanks are something blank that you can put vinyl on. So pretty much anything that has blank space to put vinyl on. The possibilities are pretty endless.
What’s the difference between infusible ink blanks and blanks for vinyl?
Infusible Ink Blanks and Blanks for Vinyl are pretty similar. But there are differences so make sure you are aware of them before starting any project.
Infusible ink gets pressed into the blank permanently. While vinyl is less permanent and doesn’t require as specific of blanks. Cricut only suggests using Infusible Ink on the blanks they have created.
For example, infusible ink has to have a high blend of polyester. So not all shirts work with it.
Most of the time, it it can be used for infusible ink it can be used for vinyl. But not the other way around.
Be sure to read our article on over 45 Infusible Blanks To Try
Blanks for Vinyl Ideas
You can really use any t-shirts that you want when you are working with iron-on vinyl – however, it can depend on what type of iron-on vinyl (for instance, with SportFlex, you will use a different blend of materials). However, I find any cotton or cotton blend shirt to work well.
I’m a big fan of Gildan shirts – they come. ina variety of sizes and styles and colors.
If you want something a little nicer, just drop by Target and pick up their shirts.
Here are some other apparel options:
- Onesies for Babies
- Long Sleeve T-shirts
- Tank Tops
- Leggings (if they are yoga type, I would use SportFlex iron-on)
Other project ideas
You can use any of these blanks for gifts, party favors, organization, home decor and more!