Spring is just around the corner and with each new season comes new opportunities to get creative! Today I'm sharing with you 5 easy Spring crafts you can create using either adhesive vinyl or heat transfer vinyl plus a cutting machine such as the Cricut Maker.
1. Spring Chalkboard Sign
Using adhesive vinyl you can quickly transform a plain chalkboard into a cheery spring sign. I used Craftables Permanent Adhesive Vinyl and this cut file to create the sign above. Craftables also carries a fantastic gridded transfer tape that makes it super simple to line up designs along straight edges.
2. Easter Bunny Treat Plate
This Easter Bunny treat plate is perfect for kids. What better way to get them excited for Easter morning than leaving carrots out for the bunny? You can find the free cut file used above here.
*Adhesive vinyl applies nicely to glass dishes but keep in mind it should be used for decorative purposes only.
3. Personalized Easter Bucket
Personalized Easter buckets are always a favorite. In just a few minutes you can take a $5 metal pail from boring to adorable. Customize the colors to match your kiddos Easter attire or just use their favorite color! Check out this post for a full tutorial on applying adhesive vinyl to a metal bucket.
*Bunny SVG can be found in Design Space and the font used above is called HonkyTonk.
4. Easter T-Shirt Idea
Get into the Easter spirit with this "bunny babe" t-shirt. Pair it with jeans and you have the perfect casual outfit for all of those school Easter parties. I kept it simple with flocked white HTV but Craftables has more than 30 colors of heat transfer vinyl to choose from! You can find the SVG used above here.
Figuring out what size decal to make can be tricky but Craftables has you covered with this post: Decal Size Tips for T-Shirts, Totes and Onesies.
5. Monogrammed Hair Ribbon
A little heat transfer vinyl goes a long way with this simple project. I used Craftables smooth htv to create a monogram and simply applied it to a pre-made ribbon with a household iron. You could also use glitter htv for a little extra sparkle!
If you have questions about applying heat transfer vinyl, check out The Complete Iron On Guide on the Craftables Blog.
About the Author
My name is Kayla and I’m a DIY loving mom of 3, living in North Carolina. I absolutely love creating! It doesn’t matter if it’s refinishing furniture or paper crafting, I love it all. I’m a former blogger for Silhouette America and current blogger for Cricut so I know the ins and outs of both machines and love teaching beginners all of the handy tips and tricks. Come visit my blog at kaylamakes.com or follow me on Instagram @kayla_made.