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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Cricut Decals and American Alphabet Tumblers

Does this happen at your house?  It happens at mine all the time and so, my family ends up getting a new glass every time they get a drink.  Consequently, at the end of the day, there are like 20 glasses strewn around the counter because everyone is afraid they will be drinking after the cat...
Here's my new solution!  I saw these plastic tumblers on the Cricut Circle Board (thanks Scrapalette and Clever Someday, as well as many others!) and ran out to find some for the family.  Well, after going to 3 Dollar Trees, 1 Dollar General and finally, Walmart, I found these.  Walmart had them up in the seasonal department and then back with plastic wear in the kitchen accessory aisle.  They were around $4.50 each.  The colored centers come on each tumbler and say "wash, repeat".  I loved the bright fun colors, especially the Cricut green!

First of all, I decided to make one for Melanie.  Using the Cricut Decals cartridge that is pre-loaded on the new Cricut Anniversary Expression 2, I cut this Cricut head on the bottom at 2" and on the top at 1-1/2".  I layered it using two pieces of vinyl and transfer tape.  Below, I have a video showing how to layer vinyl (it was my first one ever...).

There are 50 different Cricut heads on the Cricut Decals cartridge - many are doing sports, dressed up in hats and one even has a moustache.  They are super cute!

I cut out Melanie's name using the Cricut American Alphabet cartridge that is also preloaded on the new Cricut Anniversary Expression 2. Her name was cut at 1-1/2". I love this swirly font!  This cartridge comes with three fonts - this swirly one, the plain one that make up the rest of the letters and finally, one enclosed in a circle.

Next, I made one for my mom!  Using the Cricut Decals cartridge, I cut two dogs and a cat at 2".  Her name was cut with the Cricut American Alphabet cartridge at 2".
Kitty decal cut at 2".  There are lots of cats and dog decals on this cartridge that are so cute!
Dog decal cut at 2".
Another dog decal cut at 2".
Here is the tumbler for my daughter....she loves cats so I chose some of the other cat decals.  She also loves teal so I thought this would be perfect.
Now, a few tips and information:

1) Once you have the layered image on the transfer tape, go slow! It's easy to tear the fine pieces. Use the wooden stick and also a paper piercer to be sure you get out all the bitty pieces.
2) Bigger solid pieces lay down better than skinny pieces.  I had no problem with the Cricut head and the cat and dog decals because they were so solid.
3) For the names on top, I would do a couple of letters at a time, then shift the glass and do the next few letters.  This worked well in getting them lined up nicely.
4) The new Cricut Anniversary Expression 2 puts letters close together, as you can see above on the tumblers. I would lay out the first couple-three letters and then shift and put down the next letters approximately the same distance as the first few.
5) The new Cricut Anniversary Expression 2 has a setting for vinyl, making it so easy to use!
6) Finally, these are handwash only so I am hoping the vinyl won't have any trouble.

Here's the video on how to layer vinyl (if you can't see it, click HERE):


Be sure and check out Joy's and Melanie's personal blogs for more creative goodness at Obsessed with Scrapbooking and Courtney Lane Designs!

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Aman said...

Love those tumblers! I will definitely do this!

amanbains1 at gmail dot com

Jenny V. said...

Awwww how cute. I want one. LOL. Thanks for sharing.

Kris said...

Oohh..I love that idea!!! It is really cute. My cats do that all the time too. I think all cats do ;/
Kris

Nu2scrap said...

Great project! It's so creative and I just love the colors!
barbferris at rochester dot rr dot com

mochamelt said...

This project was the perfect gift for my friends at work. I couldn't think of anything to do for Easter for the "big kids". Thanks !!!!!!!!!!

pameladixon said...

This is too cute, cat and all. What a great idea and you are green also:)

Wendy (aka Roo) said...

Great idea! I love them, they are too cute. Will have to try this!

Anonymous said...

Those are really cute

Toothfairy said...

Really cute project! I also enjoyed the video very much.Thanks Joy!

rose said...

And I thought it was only my cat? Great idea! Now a solution for bowls and plates!

Cherica said...

And I thought my cat was the only one! Great idea! Now a solution for bowls and plates! I'll be using excess amounts of seran wrap for my food and cakes until then!

calPittsburgh said...

Love that cat and the glasses too! A friend of ours has a giant margarita glass her cat drinks from!
Thanks for the project idea,
Chris

BunnyFreak said...

These are awesome. Thanks for the video. I wanted to see how the vinyl was layered.

Karen said...

I got such a kick out of the kitty drinking out of the glass. Wonderful tumbler solutions ... That vinyl is SUCH a good idea!!
Cheers, Karen
Alteredscrapbooking.com

mebell66 said...

great summer colors hope i can find some

Brenda said...

I love your tumblers - great job!

momof2redheads said...

awesome project!! loving it!

Brittney said...

These are super cute! Thanks for the tutorial!!

LBradley said...

so cute! I'm totally doing this, I love it!

jamme said...

Thanks for the vinyl tips and using the transfer tape. I never quite understood how the transfer tape worked. This made it perfectly clear and now I will try to cut some vinyl I bought last summer.

Tammi A. said...

I love the tumblers. They are awesome. The decals cart is too cute. Thanks for sharing a cool project.

Denise-Scrapmouse said...

Cool project! Love the tumblers. Let us know how the vinyl works out with the handwashing. Thanks for sharing.

coupondenise at live dot com

Sherrie K. said...

What an awesome idea....cute cat!!

Nati Tristan said...

Those tumblers are so adorable!! I can't wait to check out the E2 on HSN! I'm so ready!

Doodlebugs said...

this is one of my favorite projects by you ladies very cute those cups are so popular

pdela-torre said...

So clever! Love this cart. TFS!

Jamie said...

I LOVE this idea! I am going to have to go out and see if I can find some of these cups. And yes I've seen the same issue in our house but mostly they forget about having cups and get more and more. This would be a great way to remind them somehow. I will check my walmart for some.

Beth Fiscus said...

That new font looks gorgeous! Thanks for sharing your projects with us.

bfiscus at nntc dot net

Jen Muller said...

I am not normally a lover of "projects", I prefer to see layouts, but THIS IS SOOOO CUTE!!! I am going to have to scope out all my Walmarts and make my family some, too!! Adorable, adorable, adorable!!!
smileyjnb@yahoo.com

Adrienne said...

These are great. I really need to give Vinyl a try. I have it just haven't been brave enough yet. LOL

huzzah616 (Christy) said...

Wow!! What a great idea!! I'll have to try this one!! PS: My cat does the same thing. Gotta love them!

Tina~in_ut said...

That is the neatest project~ Can't wait to tackle it~

Patrona said...

Next time I'm in walmart I'm So gonna be looking for those tumblers! I teach, and those would make great spring gifts for the kids, personalizing them would add just the touch! thanks, ~*PD :)

mary said...

Love the Cricut bug cuts. Alas, I don't have that cart.
sc gma

Kaybug said...

Those cups are really great! Thanks for the great idea, I might have to get one to personalize for mothers day!

Rez said...

Aloha,
Wow, once again you guys always come up with the fabulous ideas. TFS.
KarezmaKreations.blogspot.com
Rez

SHELLEE said...

Awesome tumblers! What a great idea for party favors!
TFS!
Shellee

Yvette said...

Those are fantastic and cute. Do you think the vinyl will bubble up from the condensation on the cup? Just wondering. I hope not- they are too cute!

Anonymous said...

What creative ideas!!

Amy said...

I love the lettering you used on the tumblers - sooooo cute :)

morose44 at hotmail dot com

Deanna said...

Thanks for the video- that helps a lot! The only question I have is: where do you get clear transfer tape? I've only ever seen the stuff that they use for wall decals and you can only sorta see through it. The clear stuff would be sooo much easier to work with!

Kris said...

What an awesome gift idea!

Kris in Alaska
funamom at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

Cute Idea! I always use reusable tumblers but I never thought to use my cricut to decorate them! Awesome :)

cricutharper said...

Super cute! Love them. I need the cricut decals, but just can't justify buying a new machine!

cricutharper said...

Super cute! I need Cricut Decals but just can't justify buying a new machine when the two I have work perfectly fine!

Brookely said...

love these! I haven't used vinyl yet, this may be my first project, thanks for sharing : )

Shari said...

Thanks for the vinyl tutorial, I have not tried vinyl yet. I see it in my future. Those cups are great. We have way too many water bottles in our fridge with sharpie initials on the lid (we do reuse the bottles), but the cups would be great and possibly eliminate some of the clutter.
TFS.
Slhari Y

jessica said...

these are GREAT! TFS your creativity with something as simple as a cup :)
jessica
chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com
eschfamily@yahoo.com

Cindylu2u said...

Soo cool, have to make these for the kiddos, they love having everything personalized!!

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Mom2Fiveplus3 said...

What a cute idea for Easter baskets. With 7 of us and a sneaky cat I feel your counter covered pain.

Yvonne said...

Those glasses are so cute. Loved your video as well. I've done lots of vinyl but have never used the transfer tape.

Michelle said...

ha ha, that's exactly what my cat does.
Great project and thanks for sharing!

ShawnfromMN said...

Love your tumblers!! They are so adorable!!!

Peggie Sue said...

Gotta do this for Easter!! Walmart here I come! Thanks for always having such great ideas to share!

cindi m said...

great idea for kids' cups. They turned out super cute!

Patty said...

Great idea for the cups. I'll have to pick some up and make them for my family!

Anita said...

I've seen these cups but passed them by in favor of the plain clear ones...but the band might make it easier for my 6 year old to hold onto and I can still put his name on them!

Cheri said...

This is a great project. My daughter will love this...Now I have to go buy the tumblers!

Tanya T said...

Super idea for drinking glasses...I've used the vinyl to decorate my truck for my daughter's high school homecoming parade...that was a few years ago and the "paw prints" are still there (many, many car washes and still going strong)...their mascot is a bulldog.
Love using vinyl and really love your ideas!
tanya-thomfam@inreach.com

Stephanie A said...

What a cute idea! I have cats too, and one of them like to stick his paw in any unattended cups :-)

dar said...

What a great idea. These would make great gifts.

Anonymous said...

this is such a cute idea! These would be great to make and give as. gifts


Karla S

Shellie said...

I love the pic of your kitty... it looked just like home except you need a follow up of it tipped over! I also want to thank you for idiot proofing the instructions. A good friend just got her first cricut and I actually said "be warned it will suck hours from your life and you'll wonder where they went." :) I feel like I'm always figuring out who to do what I want. Thanks for that push. Maybe I can become more productive?

Shellie said...

I love the pic of your kitty... it looked just like home except you need a follow up of it tipped over! I also want to thank you for idiot proofing the instructions. A good friend just got her first cricut and I actually said "be warned it will suck hours from your life and you'll wonder where they went." :) I feel like I'm always figuring out who to do what I want. Thanks for that push. Maybe I can become more productive?

Brenda said...

Awesome!! I have seen these glasses and wondered if I could do this and now you have inspired me. I have gotta try it now.

Claudia Avitia said...

This is awesome i love does BRIGHT colors they are my favorite and see this i definately want to make some for my little girls!!! thank u so much for putting this up i would not kno how to figure it out on my own!!! thank u Claudia avitia

Created for this... said...

Love this idea! And the possibilities are endless!

Lori Ann Woodbridge said...

What a wonderful idea! Thanks.

Anniebee said...

These are great! What a wonderful idea... fore camping, for gifts, for everyday use (my cats don't dare stick their noses, much less their tongues, in my glass!). I want to make a couple of these for my grandkids. Thanks for the inspiration!

Anne
anniebeescraftroom at gmail dot com

Simmons Family said...

Oh my word I love this idea. Especially for my little kids. I'd have been nervous to stack the vinyl layers too, but they turned out so cute - very professional looking!

Syd said...

Very nice. I love the tumblers, but I guarantee it won't stop my kids or husband from drinking from my glass.

UnikeByYes said...

Just thought I share with you, I was out of luck @ my local Walmart, but I found my tumblers @ Walgreens, seasonal seccion...Thank you again for the idea.

Ivy said...

Those cricut decals are adorable! And thanks a lot for the tutorial on vinyl layering! =)

Laura said...

What a fun idea! I will have to try that!

Chris said...

Thank you so much for the layering video. I am just getting into the vinyl and hadn't paid much attention to it before. Love your picutre of you cat drinking the water. I am sitting here with my cat on my lap on the couch tryint to type on my laptop. Not an easy process.

chris

Priscilla said...

These are very cute. I just wonder how they will hold up with washing them. But definitely great idea :)

Hanni said...

Oh my goodness, how cute is that. Typical kittie, well that means she needs her/his own glass. I love all you projects, just wonderful. Thanks for having another give-away,wow a Cricuit Cake, the machine of my dreams? Just thinking what I could do with it, makes my mouth water for a piece of cake, chocolate of course!

Jolanda said...

I love these cups - they look great!!

Becky said...

Those are a great idea! Does anybody know if you can cut vinyl on a personal cricut machine? I am a new cricut user and still learning all the functionality.

Stephanie said...

This is such a cute idea. Really personalizes the cups. LOVE it! t

dawn said...

What a very cute idea-I may just have to go buy a couple and decorate them for Mother's Day. Love all of your work!

Shawnee said...

I love this project! We have a big issue in our house with too many cups. Thanks for sharing this wonderful idea.

Shawnee
quiverofangels.blogspot.com

McVic said...

CUTE mugs! I need to make some of these for the kids!
kacee
mcvicwif@yahoo.com

Jennifer Williams said...

Love, love, love the decals and the different ways to utilize them! Personal touches me EVERYTHING :)

Priscilla said...

I don't have a cat but my sister's cat drinks out of their glasses. You've found a great solution. - Cil
anticil at comcast dot net

jcamp2020 said...

Let's see...my name is spelled J.E.A.N.E if you feel the need to make me one... hehehe...

feel the love.
jcamp2020 at aol

nanapuddin said...

Really cool project! TFS! nanapuddin at wildblue dot net

Stephanie said...

I really like using vinyl. The cups are great.

JustJules said...

These are way too cute! Love the cat!! TFS!

Renea said...

How cute I love these vinyl creation with the cups. How creative such a cute cat.

nurses1977@yahoo.com
Renea

amayo said...

what a great idea! thanks for letting us know where you can ge thte cups, I haven't made it out to stores much lately since I had my baby prematurely.
Alyssa
alyssa at mayofamily dot com

Pat P said...

Love the kitty! Love the vinyl work. Haven't had the courage to try that yet. This certainly helps.

patpionkeathotmaildotcom

Hrvatica said...

Love the project and the very helpful video.

Bridget said...

These are so cute! Thanks for sharing!

ps15152000 said...

What a great idea! Thanks for sharing!!

BigTeen-10 said...

That is fantastic and creative. This is certainly a great idea for those who have pets (I don't have any, but I would've done the same thing if my pet drank from the cups, lol!) I hope I see more of these, but in different objects :3

emds698 said...

Wow these are so cool gonna give them a try the adults in my home would get a kick out of them lol

Tiffmc said...

Love the tumblers and great ideas. Don't have that cartridge yet. Thanks for sharing the video too.

Just Jenae said...

HA! Cats are funny. I had one growing up that only would drink running water. So I would leave the sink in the bathroom dripping for him! Love the tumblers. WAY cute!

shafey said...

Cute glasses. Very nice project

Anonymous said...

Cute cups! I get so tired of the same thing here :)

Thanks for sharing!
Jennifer

jlyoungx2 at gmail dot com

geydi said...

Great idea!! Loved the colors.

Becky said...

VERY COOL!!! thanks for the opportunity to win a CAKE machine!! wow!

Robin said...

Great Idea! I even went to Walmart to find the cups. Thanks

Nancy said...

That is such a cute idea. I haven't worked with vinyl yet but am definately going to try.

BethRy said...

Sweet idea! I just love the bright colors. I haven't had much practice with vinyl, not my strongest forte lol
Thanks for sharing your cat sneaking a drink :)

BethRy said...

Thanks for sharing your helpful videos!!!! I can learn so much for you all :)

RAP said...

I love these. So cute. I'm sure they'll be hit with their recipients. Our house the cat doesn't drink out of our cups (unless her water is empty) but she will be eating your food if you leave it for half a second to grab something especially anything meat, seafood, or dairy

NurseTraciScrapper said...

What a fantabulous idea!!! These are so stinking adorable (and useful)...TFS!

Traci
NurseTraciScrapper at gmail dot com

Carrie said...

Awesome project! I think that I'll have to try it. My kids use soooo many cups during the day that my dishwasher gets run more than it should & that's no way to save money or "be green"!

Juls said...

such a great idea! That happens at my house too. lol

TUKI said...

Love these tumblers. I found them at Joann's for $5.99 (paid too much). Got one for each of my DD's. Can't wait to do the vinyl!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

Jen_H said...

so cute! What a great idea!
TFS!
Jen
jholton0503@yahoo.com

yswilson1 said...

very funny post! Great idea!

Kathleen said...

Love these fabulous cups - how original and easy. TFS

Kathleen in NJ
kmurphy614@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Great project love the idea!
tdharris1@cox.net

*Star said...

These are awesome!! The recipients are going to love them. Tfs and have a great day. :)

Tamara said...

Wow those tumblers turned out so cute!! TFS! We have the same problem in our house...the cats loooove to drink out of the glasses. But they even go as far as to dunk their paw in the water, lick it clean, repeat about 30 times. LOL
sweetheartcopper at msn dot com

Anonymous said...

Hi!!!!!!!!!!!!

Im so loving this project!!! i think im going to try it for my kids....wish me luck!!

ELizabeth leon
beth_g_leon@hotmail.com

Lana said...

These tumblers are really cute! I saw these tumblers at Wal Mart. Thanks for sharing!

Elsie said...

Somehow, I missed this post earlier this week. I'm so glad I browsed your site. This is such a cute idea to personalize these cups! I think I'll have to go out and get some. Thank you!

kinderdi said...

This would be a great gift idea! Thanks for sharing the inspiration!

MeganS said...

Cute idea - and always love seeing pics of other people's cats! I really can't afford an E2 right now, but how I love the American Alphabet font. . . .

Julie said...

What a great project...
Love that font

mississchic said...

Vinyl is so fun Easy on your blade too. Our cats used to turn on the facuets in the sinks so they'll have fresh coldwater. They knew which knob/lever was the cold one by watching us. Bad thing was they turn the water back off. LoL. Tasha mississchic @ yahoo dotcom

K Led said...

Oh my gosh I so want to do those cups, that is a super cute gift idea.

Anonymous said...

What a cute cat! The tumblers you made are wonderful. I like the colors your used and (of course) the cricut cuts.
You really should make one for the cat so he doesn't feel left out...

Deana L.
dmlbuster at yahoo dot com

Sharmaine said...

That is so our Kitty's We have three, LOL and they attack every time!!! LOL!!
Aloha,
Shar

Rebecca said...

Very cute project!

Crafty Sue said...

These cups are so cute! Wish I had a WM near me. I've been looking for a cup with a lid since I'm handicapped and spill everything. TFS

Michelle said...

I keep seeing these cups at various stores and now I really want one. So cute!

Patty said...

What a cute & familiar sight. I have many kitties and we have a cup that is just for them!! I may have to make a set of cups for our house. TFS!!

Patty
Crafty_kitten at mac dot com
Craftykitten1.blogspot.com

Tricia said...

How fun these cups are! I love the idea and thank you for sharing you talent.
stbyrne@sbcglobal.net

Scrapbooking Beginner said...

Love the reason for your project.
Love the colors also.

Tonya M said...

Love that green ;)

tonyakrauth(at)yahoo(dot)com

dgroovy said...

Very fun, I like the cat. I have that with my dogs....

Kim said...

How COOL are those cups!!! Love how they turned out! Thanks for sharing:)
~Kim

Julie said...

This is a great idea...thanks for another great project!

tblue said...

What a clever idea! Love the decals.
tmblueb@hotmail.com

shrtnsassy said...

Cute cups. I can definitely relate. You never know which one of ours is drinking out of your glass...

Jessica Martie said...

These tumblers are great & the best part is they are one of a kind an I've never seen another like them. Great job!

Carol said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE this idea! I think I got an idea for some gifts for some family and friends!! ;-)

~Carol
cricutingcarol@gmail.com

SusieScrapper said...

Cute idea, thanks for sharing! :)

Tammy said...

Love this project. I am going to make for my daughters cheer squad. Thanks for the idea.

Christy said...

Thank you for the chance!!! I am waiting on my E2 coming this monday! Thanks for the tutorials!!!

Smiles!
Christy

Shirley said...

Those are so great and colorful. Did I miss where you got the tumblers. I need to make some for my family. Less dishes would be great. You all did it again!

Stephanie said...

Love the tumblers....such a good idea. These cups have come popular and now i can personalize. Love it!!!!

scrappin.diva.girl@gamil.com

mammie said...

These cups are so cute I think I will try to make one for my granddaughter as she is 9 and I think she would love it. Thanks so much for all of the lovely projects and cards.

Thank You
mammie601

kimberley said...

hope I win, this is just too cute, lol

LizM said...

This is a fabulous idea . I will be making some for my family.

Anonymous said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE any projects using vinyl! THANKS for the creative inspiration for gift giving for my friends. Just wondering if I would have a chance to win the prize, if I do not have a google account? I've been a follower for a long time - just never get to be in the drawing because I don't have a URL either. Thank you!
gjanz@bis.midco.net

Kristina said...

Thank you for sharing your ideas. I am "trying" to be crafty and your ideas make my project look as if I was professional.

bonnie said...

llove the cups i am going to make them for my family for summer fun. thanks for sharing. bonnieg313@sbcglobal.net

Kevy said...

The cups are awesome! This gives me a great idea for gifts for my coworkers. Thanks for sharing!

Kevy

Kevy said...

The cups are awesome! This gives me a great idea for gifts for my coworkers. Thanks for sharing!

Kevy

Mercedes Pineiro said...

I love it like everything you create.
craftylady2011.blogspot.com/

Amy Dailey said...
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Amy Dailey said...

I love this idea! I have been trying to think of new ideas like this for Christmas gifts. I just found your website/blog last night and I am very excited. Thanks for all of your ideas!

Aurora said...

Hey there,
I am so making those cups for my Girl Scouts. In fact, we'll have a craft day so that they can make them!

clissolc said...

These are so CUTE!!! Perfect for when the G-kids visit. - What a fun idea, thanks for the vido help.

Mayra said...

I LOVE this idea! I guess i know what everyone is getting for Christmas! and an excuse to go buy the dacals cartridge! I have been wanting to play with vinyl!

pdlew said...

I love it! I might have to try this project!

crazycricut said...

Cute idea! I may have to make these for my volleyball team!

DeeDee said...

These are just adorable! I love that they can be used over and over again!

Anonymous said...

I love the the cups I have one and so does my daughter but never thought of doing anything like that. It's awesome I do have a traveling mug that has pics of my daughter in it like that but never even crossed my mind to do this. I can't wait to create my own stuff to share with every one. There is so much that can be done with the cricut. I love it so much.
Brittney
the_redneck_chic00@yahoo.com

Unknown said...

You make cutting and transfering vinyl look so easy to cut. I have to get some vinyl and try it. The glasses were cute. Nice to make as a gift.
JB

Anonymous said...

I love the tumblers and I finally found some. This is my first time trying vinyl with my cricut. I am hoping the cricut imagine will really print on the white vinyl as I am having a hard time finding vinyl in bright colors at any of my local stores. Thanks so much for sharing. That is what I love about scrappers, they are always so nice about sharing experience, tips and ideas.
Tina in Ga.

Anonymous said...

Love the clear tumbler idea. Can't wait to try it. THANKS.
Diane

Sharon Savadogo said...

I absolutely love love love these!! I subscribed to your blog just because of your AMAZING work. I hope that I win something. I've never won anything before and Lord knows that I need more scrapping stuff! Sharon

Beth said...

I ordered my cricut expression today! Cant wait to make these and get more ideas from your blog!

Beth H said...

Very cute idea!

Itzie said...

cute!

Itzie said...

cute

Itzie said...

cute

Kay said...

Love, love the tumblers. I will be making these. Thanks so much for the wonderful ideas.

Vickie said...

what a great idea. Love it.

Kay said...

I love everything single project that you do. Love the

Diva'z said...

Love this idea...with three boys in the house getting a new glass each time they want a drink we go through lots of glasses!

Kay said...

I love all of your projects. I have had my cricut about 3 months and love it.

Beth Tamayo said...

Howe stinking cute are these?! I am so making them! What was the verdict on how they turned out washing them by hand? Still worked?

Jenna said...

This is really cute, I have the same problem at my house with my cat

From the desk of...Kat said...

This is awesome! I am going to make one for each of my kids...and possible their friends so they don't use a new cup every time they get a drink, less dishes this summer! New rule: you can only drink out of the cup with your name on it :)

Vicki said...

This particularly happens when my nieces and nephews come to spend the day. What a terrific idea! Thanks.

faithe said...

im soo doing this as part of the gift for my bridesmaids :)

Amanda said...

I saw cups just like this at Target after reading this. I snatched them up quickly, went home and ordered some vinyl. This is going to be my first vinyl project, I'm so excited!!

Anonymous said...

I would love to make these for my family. Can someone let me know how these wash? Do you have to just rinse with soap and water?
please email me at toby-ctmh@hotmail.com

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