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See, there are very few things that a little vinyl can’t do to enhance something. I’ve used all kinds of vinyls, foils and HTVs to create my own pieces over the years, and each one has been special and unique in its own way.
These thermos and the tray, are just the latest example. Don’t be limited by what you see others doing, embrace your own ideas full heartedly!
How to make DIY Fall Vinyl Decals
For this round of projects, I used image files that were already in the design space as part of my Cricut Access. I don’t do that very often, but this time I did!
This part is real simple if you’ve got a Cricut, simply select the image files from // my project canvas here //, size them accordingly, and cut!
What you need to make vinyl decals
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Make sure you select the correct material (adhseive foil), from the “custom” list of cutting materials in the design space.
Apply the Fall Vinyl Decals to your Thermos & Tray
I weeded the vinyl decals, and then applied them using some transfer tape.
Once the fall vinyl decals are applied, your job is done! Super simple eh? This easy fall DIY packs a lot of punch, for a little effort.
I love the thermoses as much as I love my tray. I split two different graphics apart to use at this scale, but you can leave them intact if you want. I think the rose gold foil looks so good against the blues and greens, so I wanted to accent with a little pink.