Not sure if someone else has already come up with this idea, but my DH suggested an inexpensive way of transferring vinyl. I was cutting some Car Decal and Robotz cuts to decorate my son's bedroom and he suggested to use GLAD Press n' Seal Multipurpose Sealing Wrap. It worked like a charm! It costs around $3.50 and it's about 23.7 yards long and 11.8 inches wide. Below is a photo tutorial I prepared explaining how to use it. This is my first tutorial ever, so bear with me. Thanks for looking!
Carefully remove the backing of the vinyl. The vinyl letters stick to the Press n' seal wrap as shown in the pictures below.
Apply the letters to the surface. You may want to use a ruler to make a guideline so that your letters are straight.
Press the letters with your fingers or the SU! Decor Elements applicator so that the adhesive vinyl stick to the surface and remove any air bubbles.
Peel the Press n' Seal wrap off the letters and you are pretty much done.
This picture is a close up of the finished product.
This is an Expedit bookcase from IKEA and the doors were made from scratch by my talented husband. Thanks for looking!!