Happy Wednesday! Earlier this week I introduced you to my new Cricut Explore Air 2 machine and today I will show you how to use it to personalize your kids Easter table.
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Let’s get started with this easy project that will make a darling impact on your kids Easter table.
What you will need:
- Cricut Explore Air 2
- Cricut Vinyl
- Cricut Transfer Paper
- Repurposed Frappuccino Glass Bottle
- Basic Cricut Tools
First thing you will need to do is click the “file” tab at the top of the Cricut Design Space and then choose “new.”
Next, click “insert image” on the left hand side. Once that comes up head over to the search bar on the top right side and type “Easter bunny” choose the 3rd image and then click “insert image.”
The image will show up on your mat screen where you will size it down to a height of 1.75 inches.
After, choose “Add text” on the left hand side of the screen. Once you click that on the right hand side you will have the option to choose the font you like. Once you choose your font add the name of the little guest who will attend your Easter party. Move it over and place it under the bunny and size it down. Now you can select both images and click “attach” on the right hand side of the screen. When that is complete click “GO” on the top of the Cricut Design Space.It will take you to the preview screen.
Don’t forget to turn your machines dial to vinyl. Next, place your vinyl down onto the mat and load it into your machine. Once it finishes cutting take your weeder tool and weed out unnecessary pieces of vinyl. When you are done weeding you will need to place a piece of transfer tape on your vinyl. Use your scraping tool to make sure the transfer tape adheres perfectly to the vinyl.Now peel the transfer tape and vinyl off the mat and place over your glass bottle. Again, with the scraping tool make sure the vinyl sticks on good to your bottle. Next, peel off the transfer tape.
Voila!! Your cute personalized Easter bottles are complete.Do you like adding personalized details to your parties?
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