Paddington was fun to make. I did a small version of him BUT I’m imagining a HUGE version of him on my grandkids’ (twins!) walls. CUTE!!
Here are the printable directions. PattyAnnesPlace Using Inkscape to Create an Offset. If there is anything that seems unclear, please let me know and I’ll fix PattyAnnesPlace Using Inkscape to Create an Offsetit PRONTO.
I am having a blast learning to make cute, Cute, CUTE party decorations (or wall decor) with my Cricut Explore machine. Since I didn’t want to have to glue a lot of little pieces, I made the majority of the kitty as a print and cut file and then added her nose and dress??? shorts??? as cut out pieces.
I think I’ll try another! Hmmmm whatever shall I try??? 🙂
Have you tried this yet?
Do you recall that the other day I did a test using the regular Cricut vinyl (631 type) and said I would test it in the dishwasher for you? Well, I did it and it WORKED PERFECTLY.
I have washed both of my test mugs by hand and in the dishwasher AND they still look as good as new! If you’re not sure of the test, check out a previous post here, my YouTube Channel or my BRAND NEW FACEBOOK GROUP.
If you want to see what vinyl I used, please click my affiliate link to check it out! I can wholeheartedly vouch for the vinyl and the light transfer tape for this application.