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How To Apply Leopard Print Pattern To A Starbucks Tumbler

Hey, friends! I’ve received a lot of requests for a how-to on this tumbler so here it is! It’s super simple! First, lets talk supplies. These tumblers are sold at Starbucks locations for $3. Cant beat that price! For vinyl, I always use Oracal 651 from Expressions vinyl. For the leopard print I used the...CONTINUE READING
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Category:DIY, Freebies, Tutorials

Screen Printing With Vinyl and Speedball Ink

Hey crafty gals! I’m so excited for today’s post! I just tried screenprinting with Speedball ink and vinyl for the very first time and I am OBSESSED with the outcome. I may never use heat transfer vinyl again. Like, ever. It’s that good. Keep reading to learn how!   First let’s chat about Speedball’s products....CONTINUE READING
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DIY Home Decor Tutorial – Reverse Canvas With Heat Transfer Vinyl

Hey, crafters! Kayla here from the Kayla Makes blog and today we’re jumping into the world of reverse canvas. The reverse canvas technique went viral in the craft world last year and there’s no surprise as to why. Not only is it simple and affordable but the results are nothing short of professional. Keep reading...CONTINUE READING
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Category:Cricut, DIY, Tutorials

DIY Gift Idea– Bride and Groom Mugs With Chrome Adhesive Vinyl

We are smack dab in the middle of wedding season so what better time to show you a quick and easy gift idea for the bride and groom? These Mr. and Mrs. mugs feature gold chrome adhesive vinyl and came together in minutes with the help of my Cricut Maker. Check out the quick tutorial...CONTINUE READING
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Decal Size Guide for Starbucks Cold and Hot Cups

Hey, crafty gals! I’ve been getting a whole bunch of messages about decal sizes for the popular Starbucks tumblers. A lot of people attempt to cut and apply a perfect circle and unfortunately it doesn’t end up fitting around the logo. The logo itself is more of an oval than a circle so you have...CONTINUE READING
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Category:Cricut, Tutorials