Friday Giveaway: Neenah EPC Cuttable Heat Transfer Film

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Happy Friday, Peeps! The week just flew by and Halloween is just around the corner…and you know that the winter holidays are hot on it’s heels. So we have a cool giveaway for you from Neenah EPC Cuttable Heat Transfer Film!

Image from CTD review. Click the photo to read it!

On Wednesday, #TeamCTD member Halley showed us how versatile the film was in her comprehensive review– you can use it with any die-cutting machine on the market OR cut it by hand. Wouldn’t some Neenah Film be great for making personalized stockings, t-shirts, even a tree skirt??

So here’s the giveaway- the lovely folks at Neenah are going to give away $35 worth of cuttable film in assorted colors to one lucky CTD reader! We’re using a Rafflecopter giveaway widget, so you’ll have multiple chances to enter- even a daily tweeting option!

To get started, click on the widget (or the blue link, if it’s not pulling up on your browser) and answer this question in the comments section:

“What could you make with Neenah EPC Cuttable Heat Transfer Film?”

If you want to stop there, you may. But if you’d also like to enter via Facebook, Twitter, or even tweeting you can bump up your entries and your chances to win. So have fun, be creative in your answers, and we’ll contact the winner next Monday. Good luck!

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A big “THANK YOU” to Neenah Paper Inc. for sponsoring today’s giveaway!

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Comments

  1. says

    Oooh, I would love a chance to try out Neenah’s heat transfer film! Thanks for the chance! Although I love making shirts, I think I would make decorations to iron on to pencil pouches. You can never have too many pouches, in my opinion! :-) Plus I think they would make great gifts too!

  2. debb says

    I have never used the product but I sure would like to give it a try! First, I would would make tote bags for Christmas presents- from there the list is endless…..

  3. VL says

    I think it would be a great way to make boring throw pillows a little more exciting! :) Juts add a cute graphic to the front with the film and it would be like a brand new pillow!

  4. Amyscats says

    I’ve been wanting to make a Christmas tree skirt for my 4′ tree, but I’m intimidated at the thought of quilting one. I think this is the ideal solution for me. I hope they create a photo transfer product down the road.

  5. Caryn S says

    I’d do blankets for my kids, or at least personalize the ones they have. They are forever mixing up their travel blankets that we use in the car on long trips.

  6. Cindy J says

    Would love to do some personalized presents for the holidays for all the great people I work with and the amazing clients I get to serve.

  7. Molly M. says

    Oh, this would be a great product for making swag for Burning Man! Our camp does a foot spa every year where we wash, massage, and moisturize participants’ feet (folks walk everywhere out there, so the spa is VERY popular).

    The desert where Burning Man is held is very alkaline, however, which can cause skin to chafe & crack, therefore, we always get folks coming in whose feet are pretty badly torn up (often sent our way by the med-tent personnel). I make foot care “emergency kits” to gift to people with particularly hurtin’ paws so they can take care of their feet properly once they leave our camp. The kit contains little bottles of both lemon juice (to cut through the alkaline dust) and castle soap for washing feet at night; a small container of homemade epsom salt, tea tree, and lavender foot-soak; mini tubes of heavy-duty moisturizer and medicated foot balm; and a pair of new ankle socks to sleep in (to keep the moistuizer & foot balm on the feet through the night).

    I package the goodies in small, homemade drawstring bags which I decorate with our camp’s name and the Burning Man logo using stamps & fabric ink. Unfortunately, they never turn out as nice-looking as I hope – it’s really hard to get good crisp images using stamps on fabric – and because I inevitably screw up a bunch of bags in the process, I always have to sew more bags than I actually need. Wasteful, frustrating, AND time-consuming!!

    Doing the name & logo with the transfer film would make the bags look much nicer because I could use my die-cutting machine to create super-crisp images. Plus, ironing the decorations on 100 bags would be so much quicker than stamping & heat-setting (it takes forever, even without the screw-ups) and I wouldn’t waste all that fabric!

  8. Barb Leffeler says

    I bought some canvas totes on sale and would love to decorate them for my grandkids. I’m short on money for Christmas so I need to make some gifts.

  9. Lora H says

    I would make several shirts and tote bags with various messages! LOVE heat transfers!

  10. says

    Love to try new products and this would be good for art journal covers I want to make for Christmas presents. Thanks for the giveaway.

  11. Ruth says

    Wow, this would be perfect to personalise some cuddle cushions I’m making for my nieces

  12. Ana Marcela Herrera says

    I would make my own gifts for this holiday season. Thanks for the chance!

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