I love Buffalo Plaid! This tutorial shows you how to cut a Buffalo Plaid SVG with your Cricut or Silhouette Cutting Machine. I have fond memories of my Dad always wearing Buffalo Plaid shirts when he wasn’t at work.
My kids wear it all the time too and it is super fun to put Buffalo Plaid designs on t-shirts, and just about anything else we can heat transfer vinyl or iron on transfer to. It’s truly a timeless classic!
Continue reading How To Cut A Buffalo Plaid SVG Design With Cricut Or Silhouette
This tutorial makes for a perfect Teacher Appreciation card, but this design can also be made into a T-shirt or Tote or Tumbler gift for that special Teacher.
It’s an easy weed and you can use any number of different vinyl or HTV. For this tutorial I’m using a beautiful, sparkly Purple Glitter Vinyl applied to card. Lets get to work… Continue reading Easy DIY Teacher Appreciation Card Using Your Cricut Or Silhouette
When I got my first cutting machine, I had absolutely no idea what transfer tape (aka application tape or transfer paper) was, why I might need it and what it’s purpose was.
Well, you cannot be without it if you’re making decals, especially if you plan to cut a lot of intricate patterns and/or text. Here’s how to use it… Continue reading How To Apply Vinyl Decals With Transfer Tape
How To STOP Cutting Through Vinyl.
For me, this is the bane of using vinyl! It took me a long time to get it right and I often have to make small adjustments for various reasons ie: trying out new vinyl or felt, a blunt blade or any other number of reasons.
The general rule of thumb is…test, test and test again, until you get it right! And then record those cut settings in a notebook or text document so you can refer back to them in the future. Continue reading How To STOP Cutting Through Vinyl Or Not Cutting Deep Enough