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Hey guys! So last week I gave you a peek into my new Cricut Explore Air™, and today I’m here to share an easy tutorial with you to get better acquainted with this versatile machine! Last week I gave a brief overview of how to get started using your new Cricut, so start there if you’re new to this amazing machine! I’ve made it pretty clear I’m a huge coffee drinker. We even recently bought this coffee maker so that it’s ready for us when we wake up, freshly ground. It’s true…we have a problem! So in order to embrace our true love of coffee, I made this Coffee Kitchen Towel Tutorial for you!
You will only need a few things to recreate this Easy Coffee Kitchen Towel!
Cricut® Iron-on Lite in White
Press Cloth (Thin piece of fabric for protecting the iron on vinyl from direct heat)
Coffee Kitchen Towel Tutorial Using a Cricut Explore Air™
First pre wash/dry the kitchen towel you will be using. Then navigate to the Cricut Design Studio and use THIS Make It Now Design.
I didn’t use all the different vinyls suggested. Instead I just used the coffee first lettering on white Iron On Lite Vinyl. **Make sure to check the box for “Mirroring” when using iron on vinyl and cut with the “shiny” side down.
Proceed to cut out the design using your Cricut.
Next use your weeding tool to remove any excess/unwanted vinyl that the machine cut out for you.
Once you are done with that process you will be left with the image to be ironed on to your kitchen towel.
And lastly iron your vinyl image directly onto the kitchen towel being careful to follow the instructions in the vinyl packaging. I will admit it I had to iron the image a second time since my towel was textured. I do think it would work best with a flat fabric. But it did still work for me : ) Just a little FYI
It’s such a cute little detail that fits so well in our coffee loving home! And very easy to make!
I’m pretty excited about some upcoming projects I have running through my brain. I have one in particular that’s pretty HUGE and can’t wait to share it with you next week. And when I say it’s HUGE, I’m speaking quite literally!!
So what projects do you want to take with a Cricut?? Tell me in the comments below!
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