Cricut when to use transfer tape?

Cricut transfer tape was specifically designed to make transferring vinyl designs to project surfaces a breeze. The transparent film with grid makes the task easier. The transparent film with grid makes it easy to place the design right where you want it. Cricut Infusion Ink Transfer Sheet Pack, Antique Rainbow Color Swatch, 12x12 If you didn't already know, Cricut has two brands of Strong Grip transfer tape and just plain normal transfer tape.

You can watch that video here with a technique that I think you'll really like to use in your Cricut crafts. For over a decade, I've been sharing Cricut tutorials and craft ideas here and on my YouTube channel. Both Silhouette and Cricut offer strong adhesion or strong grip transfer tapes (here is the Silhouette Strong Tack and here is the Cricut Strong Grip). When it was printed, there were no “printer” marks for the Cricut to use as a guide to cut the decal.

I don't usually like the Silhouette and Cricut brands, so I only stock up on transfer tape when Expressions Vinyl is on sale. All large craft stores that sell vinyl also sell transfer tape, although they may only have one or two brands (usually Cricut and Silhouette). I haven't used the Silhouette or Cricut brand of transfer tape for years, so I can't talk about how well they work.