Read more about the article Part 4: You Purchased an SVG or Cut File for Your Silhouette or Cricut. Now How Do I Weed and Put the Design on a Mug?
Weeding Vinyl and Using Transfer Tape to put the finished product on a ceramic mug

Part 4: You Purchased an SVG or Cut File for Your Silhouette or Cricut. Now How Do I Weed and Put the Design on a Mug?

This is part 4 (the final part) of a multipart blog post. If you missed part 1, check it out if you need help downloading and opening a zip file. If you have a Cricut cutting machine, check out part 2 for assistance with uploading an SVG and cutting it in Cricut Design Space. If you have a Silhouette cutting machine, check out part 3 for assistance with uploading an SVG and cutting it in Silhouette Studio. In this final blog post, we'll make the finished product of putting permanent vinyl on a ceramic mug. Below is a video showing my process. It's sped…

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Read more about the article Weeding Vinyl and My Favorite Dollar Tree Hack
Repurpose a Dollar Tree salad dressing bottle to use while weeding vinyl.

Weeding Vinyl and My Favorite Dollar Tree Hack

Some people love weeding vinyl and find it therapeutic (if you look forward to weeding a detailed mandala or zentangle design for hours, then you are definitely in this category!) and others dread this task. Weeding HTV (heat-transfer vinyl) can be a little easier as it is not sticky. It seems to be the adhesive vinyl, permanent or removable, that seems to cause the most headache. I want to share a few tools and my favorite hack that have helped me with weeding. I've tried a number of different tools, but I have a few favorites.  First is this Craft Vinyl…

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