Iron on heat transfer material makes these burlap DIY Nativity scene canvases so easy to make. You will have a set in a few minutes and be ready to start your holiday decorating. We have the files for you to download and cut with your Silhouette then you just iron them onto our pre-made burlap canvases.
- 12 x 12 Burlap Canvas (2 used).
- DIY Nativity Scene Printables
- Silhouette Heat Transfer Material in Black.
- Hook (optional).
Put those into your Silhouette software and trace around the images. Mirror the images before cutting. Cut the heat transfer material with your Silhouette. Remove all excess material (the hook makes this process go much faster). Be sure to remove all small pieces as well (like those in between the feet). At this point you will have something that looks like the image below.
You will need to follow the directions on the back of your heat transfer material for ironing it onto your burlap canvas. One tip is to insert books into the canvas so that you have a hard surface for ironing. Otherwise, just iron until the transfer is complete and remove your sheet from the top. You will be left with burlap Nativity scene canvas art that is just perfect for Christmas decorating.
Now that you know that you can use heat transfer material on these burlap canvases, I am sure you can think of all sorts of projects. Be sure to pick up extra when you place your order as I am sure you will want to experiment!
Make your own set of burlap DIY Nativity canvases for your home with this heat transfer method. They will look great hanging in any room of your home this Christmas. I am off to think about what else I can transfer to these burlap canvases!
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