Saturday, June 28, 2014

Cricut Crafting: DIY water bottles



How adorable are these custom water bottles I made for my tribe of toddlers?

They are as easy as 1,2,3 to create using the Cricut Explore.

To make your own you will need:


Plastic Milk bottles (I got mine from Pick Your Plum- my online obsession)
Vinyl
Transfer paper
Cricut Explore
Scissors


To start, enter Cricut Design Space and customize your images. Emma wanted a "Monster High" logo, and Cricut does not have that image. No fear though! You can take ANY image online and transfer to a .jpg and edit your own personal cricut image for printing. How cool is that?! I even took an Ariel image online and converted it into a silhouette for Sara's bottle.

Next, print your vinyl and use the transfer paper to pick up image.


Line up your image where you would like on the bottle and press. Use the back of your scissors to rub the image on the surface to ensure fully adhered.




Remove transfer paper and enjoy! (Hand wash only please!)

Emma and Sara are obsessed with their bottles right now. How cute would these be for custom party favors or for back to school?!







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