10 Super Cute Vinyl Projects
10 Super Cute Vinyl Projects
Vinyl all the things. Who’s with me?
Click any project title or photo to go check out the full tutorial!
DIY Floral Vinyl Faux Wallpaper
Gold is back with a vengeance and Mallory and Savannah from Classy Clutter help us to add a beautiful pop of it to any room with this DIY wallpaper!!
There’s No Way You Woke Up Like That
Coffee is my weakness, and only my family knows what I really look like before the coffee kicks in! This mug is the perfect gift for all the coffee lovers in your life!
Use Transfer Paper with Vinyl
I love these personalized water bottles from the Pinning Mama! But even after I make these my 3 year old is still going to run around drinking everyone’s water but his own!!
DIY Wooden Slab Key Holder
Rachel from The Crafted Life combines my two favorite colors with this fun wood plaque to create an adorable key holder! This just went to the top of the to make list!
Abstract Art Quote
I just adore this sweet hand painted piece, and the adorable quote is fun and visually striking!
DIY Good Morning Coffee Jar
I think we can all agree that an adorable storage jar is irresistible! Which is probably why I am beyond obsessed with this jar from the Little Red Window!
Days of the Week Files
These file folders are so cute and fun! A Girl and a Glue Gun always has adorable projects and these folders don’t disappoint!
DIY Backgammon Game
Can I be honest, I don’t actually know how to play backgammon but this sweet diy version of the game makes me really really want to learn!!
Birds on a Line Coat Rack
These birds take me to that magical time when the sun is setting and all the color has gone out of the world! I love this fun and whimsical project.
DIY Wedding Countdown Blocks
Count down to the big day with these adorable blocks!
Whether it is for organizing or adding a cute embellishment there are so many awesome vinyl project ideas! What is your favorite, share in the comments!
Kimber + Dawn
Deanie Carroll says
Hi Kimber and Dawn. I am new to vinyl cutting. I have a Brother Scan N cut! I am a quilter so that is why I purchased it. Can I use your files with the scan n cut? I am having trouble finding the answer to this question. I appreciate your help. Thanks
Hi Deanie! I’m so sorry, we don’t know. We haven’t worked with that machine before. If we find anything out we will let you know! Good luck!
Sallie Tullberg says
There is an online feature on the Brother website called Scan N Cut canvas, you can create designs there as well as bring SVG files that you have downloaded to open and use. Hope this helps.
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Hi guys! i love your blog and get some really cut ideas here. I have a Silhouette that i am crazy about. I aha a question about SVG files. I save clip art or pics all the time and usr the trace feature to get my cut file. Why would i want to use an SVG file instead? Whats the difference and should I be using them instead of tracing?
Hi Patty! Tracing is totally fine. The SVG just saves you those steps but you do need the Designer Edition of Silhouette Studio to use SVG files! 🙂
Edith Miller says
I am new to my Silhouette. I just joined to received your emails also. I tried to download some of the free files, but I’m not sure how to get them in my Silhouette Library. Can you help?
How Do I Get the Designs into My Silhouette Studio?
Unless you’re buying from the Silhouette Design Store, designs won’t automatically download to Silhouette Studio.
First, save the downloads to a folder on your desktop.
Then, open Silhouette Studio.
From within the software, Go to File>Open and select the design(s) you want to use.
Once you have them open you can go to File>Save>Save to Library to save them in Silhouette Studio.
You can also Bulk Import which will be way easier for this bundle. Follow this tutorial to bulk import designs into your Silhouette Studio Library. http://www.silhouetteschoolblog.com/2016/10/bulk-importing-files-silhouette-studio-library.html