For today's project, I made two different vinyl wall decor cuts for my 3 year old daughter's princess themed room. I used Cricut brand lavender vinyl from my stash. I used the Wall Decor and More and Princess Party cartridges. Both images were cut at 5" with a blade depth of 4 and 3 on both speed and pressure. I used a multi cut of 2 as well.
I ran out of Cricut brand transfer tape, so I used my Glad Press n' Seal to transfer my vinyl to the wall. First I removed the excess vinyl. If you can't do it with your fingers you can use an exacto knife to remove the smaller bits inside the letters.
Once all of the excess vinyl is removed (as seen above) place a piece of either Cricut transfer tape, or the Glad Press n' Seal over your die cut image (as seen below).
Now you'll want to carefully go over each letter again with the same tool that you used above (Popsicle stick, credit card etc.) to ensure the vinyl adheres to the wall. Next, carefully pull off the transfer material starting and one corer and going across slowly to make sure each letter is attatched. At this point I go over the letters again and rub them against the wall to make doubly sure that they are secured well. I find some brands of vinyl are much stickier than others, so it's good to go over your vinyl again.
Wall Decor and More
I hope you enjoyed learned a little more about how I love to use vinyl. I hope you give it a try if you haven't yet.