If you’re going to make vinyl projects with your Silhouette or Cricut, you’re obviously going to need some vinyl. I used all kinds of vinyl for projects I share on this blog. Adhesive, Heat Transfer, Glitter, Printed, and so much more. If you’re doing a lot of crafting with vinyl, it’s a good idea to have some trusted brands and suppliers for your vinyl. I try to stick with the Oracal brand for adhesive vinyl and Siser for Heat Transfer. I buy adhesive vinyl on rolls and HTV and specialty adhesive vinyl by the sheet. Here is a list of places where I like to shop for vinyl.
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Expressions Vinyl: When I’m buying HTV (heat transfer vinyl) or specialty adhesive vinyl, I’ll hop on over to Expressions Vinyl. They carry a huge selection of vinyl with everything from glitter and flocked to printed and glow in the dark. I love how quick they get their orders out. I’m super lucky to live close by them and usually get my orders in just a day or two. I also like that they do sales and promotions. They also offer free shipping on orders over $75, which is a huge bonus. If you’re just doing vinyl as a hobby and don’t need a lot, this is a really good place to shop.
Amazon: If I’m out of just a roll or two of adhesive vinyl, I’ll usually get it from Amazon. I can usually find the color I need for a good price. The 2-day prime shipping is also a big bonus.
US Cutter: When I’m running low or out of quite a few colors of adhesive vinyl, then I’ll go to US Cutter. I also get my huge roll of transfer tape from US Cutter. They have a flat-rate shipping fee, which is nice because vinyl rolls and transfer tape are heavy. And, if you order over $200, shipping is free.
Local Sign Shop: Finally, I’ve found a local sign shop where I can get vinyl if I need something super quick. I don’t go there often, but there have been a few times this shop has totally saved me. It’s a good idea to find a shop close by, in case you’re ever in a bind.
So, there you have it. My favorite places to buy vinyl so I can keep my stash stocked!
Do you want more info on vinyl? Be sure to check out my Vinyl 101 series!