Top 10 Printable Vinyl Projects of the Past

Top 10 Printable Vinyl Projects of the Past

September 2, 2016By Kayla4 Comments

Printable vinyl has been one of my favorite medias for quite some time. It’s easier than layering multiple colors of vinyl and when done correctly, it holds up just as well! Silhouette America just started carrying their own brand of printable vinyl which means now its easier then ever to get your hands on a pack!

 

Today I’m going through my top 10 printable vinyl projects of the past in hopes of inspiring you to try it for yourself!

 

10. Personalized Easter Bucket

This was my first ever project using printable vinyl and I was instantly hooked! It would’ve taken forever to cut and layer that much vinyl but instead it took just a few minutes to print, cut and apply the printed vinyl decal. Winning!

 

personalized easter basket using printable vinyl

 

9. Planner Cover Makeover

Think of how easily you can change a boring planner into exactly what you want! Add a layer of clear vinyl overlay on top to keep it protected and voila! Perfection!

 

planner cover using printable vinyl

 

8. Candy Jar Labels

These candy jars were a huge hit with the neighborhood kids and they took just minutes to make!

 

Halloween Candy Jars using printable vinyl

 

7. Birthday Cake Banner

Again, I saved so much time by just printing and cutting out these birthday cakes instead of cutting 25 different colors of card stock and layering it! They’re backed with chipboard to make them extra sturdy and embellished with tiny strands of pearls!

 

birthday banner with printable vinyl

 

6. Original Lilly Inspired Keyboard Cover

Original is the key-word here. It’s been 3 years since I DIY’d this Lilly inspired keyboard cover and since then the trend has taken off! ๐Ÿ˜‰

 

lilly inspired keyboard using printable vinyl

 

5. Printable Vinyl Locker Magnets

Takes a locker from drab to fab in no time at all! These were SO much fun to make! You can find the tutorial here.

 

locker-magnet-4

 

4. Planner Stickers

I know most people use white sticker paper for planner stickers but I love using printable vinyl, the colors print out so much more vibrant and they are reposition-able!

 

sticker

 

3. Lilly Inspired Monogram

This one speaks for itself. Monograms are a Southern gals birth right. Print>apply clear overlay>cut = totally washable!

 

lilly inspired monogram

 

2. Play Kitchen Vinyl Decals

This little kitchen is my littlest’s favorite place to make believe! I mean, who wouldn’t want to play here? I do! Adding the printable vinyl “bakery style” decals took this kitchen to a whole new creative level!

 

Kennedy's Kitchen

 

1. Kitchen-Aid Mixer Makeover

This gal will forever be my favorite project using printable vinyl! She may actually be my favorite of all time! It’s been well over a year since I applied the floral decals and they still look brand new! If you’ve been on the fence because you don’t think they will last, fear not. They last a LONG time!

 

DIY kitchen-aid mixer using printable vinyl

 

 

Hopefully some of the projects will inspire you to try your hand at printable vinyl! Or, just give you some new ideas if you’re already hooked like me!

 

Stay Crafty Friends!

 



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4 Comments on "Top 10 Printable Vinyl Projects of the Past"

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    Judy
    September 7, 2016 Reply

    Thanks for the inspiration! Looking forward to trying out the new printable vinyl, do you know when it will be in stock?

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    katey
    March 10, 2018 Reply

    i must know where you found the flowers for the mixer, i have to try that

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    Hannah
    June 10, 2018 Reply

    What type of printer do you use? I have a vinyl cutting machine and heat press hit would love to get into this. Also, where do you get your designs?

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      Kayla
      June 10, 2018 Reply

      Hey! I have an Epson 4550, Epson Stylus 1400 and a Canon Pro-100, all are fabulous options! There are a bunch of sites for free SVGS but my favorite one is lovesvg.com.


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