Expressions Vinyl

EV Puff Metallic 9"x12" Heat Transfer Sheet

  • EV Puff Metallic 9"x12" Heat Transfer Sheet
  • EV Puff Metallic Weeding
  • EV Puff Metallic Cut Design
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EV Puff Metallic Heat Transfer Vinyl by Expressions Vinyl

As the name implies, EV Puff is a unique HTV that “puffs” up from the garment when heat applied, transforming designs into a textured 3D look.

Have your puffed designs shine even brighter with EV Puff Metallic! Featuring the same puffy effect you know and love from our standard EV Puff line, our metallic puff vinyl also offers a sleek, shiny finish. EV Puff Metallic provides a bold style that’s perfect for lettering and other large designs that can highlight the elevated effect.

Note: EV Puff Metallic differs from our standard EV Puff line and REQUIRES a 2-press
application process. After the first press, the carrier must be peeled hot and the design
should be covered with a cover sheet, then pressed a second time to activate the puff effect.
Because achieving proper pressure is key for activating the “puff” effect, it is not
recommended to apply this material with a home iron.



  • Application: Preheat 3 seconds - Apply MEDIUM pressure at 280°F for 8-10 seconds, peel carrier, press again for 8-10 seconds
  • Peel: HOT
  • Layering: Not Recommended
  • Adheres to: 100% Cotton, 100% Polyester, Cotton/Poly Blends
  • Finish: Shiny Metallic
  • Thickness: 200 mircrons / 7.87 Mils
  • Recommended Wash Instructions: Wait 24hrs before 1st wash - Machine wash cold - Tumble dry on low setting - Do not bleach or dry clean - Wash inside out
  • Compatible with all craft cutters such as: Cricut, Silhouette, Xyron, Craft ROBO, Graphtec, Quickutz, Inspirations, Pazzles, etc.
  • Available in 9"x12" sheets ***All sizes are +/- 0.25"***

Tips & Tricks

• Use a stronger grip cutting mat or you may need to attach to mat with tape.
• Frosted carrier side down to cut. Shiny side (adhesive side) face up.
• As with any vinyl, ALWAYS do a test cut first to make sure your settings are on point.