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Beginner’s Guide To Vinyl

If I had to compile a list of FAQ’s this one would be at the top of the list, “How do I know what kind of vinyl to use?”. So, after several years of working with all of the largest vinyl manufacturers out there, I am finally confident enough in my knowledge to pass it...CONTINUE READING
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Category:DIY, Tutorials

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

Monogrammed T-Shirt with Expressions Vinyl

Hey friends! It’s been quiet here on the blog lately but rest assured, behind the scenes I have been busy! I’ve been working with some fun companies this month, I can’t show any photos just yet but these ideas will take you from Halloween right into Thanksgiving! Yay! Anyway, my gals over at Expressions Vinyl...CONTINUE READING
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Category:DIY, Freebies, Tutorials

Motherhood Tee With Expressions Vinyl

Hey crafty friends! Today I’m working with my favorite vinyl from Expressions, Rose Gold Easyweed Stretch. I used my iPad to create a fun design, then used the Cricut app to upload it and send it to my machine. Cricut made the upload process totally user-friendly. Check it out on the screen recording below, then download the design...CONTINUE READING
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Category:DIY, Freebies

Easy Valentine’s Day Kids Shirt with Cricut

I love making themed shirts for my littlest! Today, I’m working with the Cricut EasyPress and Cricut iron-on to create a quick and easy Valentine’s Day t-shirt. I found these cute blank tees at Target over the summer and bought up a bunch of every color. Other than that all you need is iron-on in...CONTINUE READING
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Category:DIY, Kiddos