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Galvanized Halloween Sign with Cricut Vinyl

We are making a multicolored Halloween sign with Cricut Premium Vinyl!

Today on “Miss Rita to the Rescue!”, we are making a Galvanized Halloween Sign using Premium Cricut Vinyl and a galvanized sign I found at Michael’s.

This Halloween sign features four different colors, which I realize can be a little daunting to attempt, but I will show you how I get great results from genuine Cricut products and a little know how. The results are really stunning!

Both of these Witch Vinyl Designs come from Lori Whitlock.
You can find them in her shop at: shop.loriwhitlock.com

I used Cricut Premium Vinyl to make these signs and Cricut Transfer Tape.

I cut the vinyl using my Cricut Maker.

As a Cricut Product Expert since 2014, I can truthfully say I have always used Cricut machines, materials and accessories for all my projects.

If you are in the market for some Cricut Vinyl, Transfer Tape or anything else Cricut sells, would you please use my link?   http://shrsl.com/1tnbp

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As a “thank you” you can use my special code “MISSRITA4” in the order process and you will get an additional 10% off your order PLUS free shipping!

Did you know this blog is full of great Cricut projects *and* recipes?
To see the project list, follow this link: Cricut Projects List

To see the recipes, go here: Miss Rita To The Rescue!” Recipe List

During the month of October 2019, I am giving away FIVE (YES! FIVE!!) Cricut EasyPress Mini machines with a box of Infusible Ink transfer sheets for you to play with!

All I ask is that you subscribe to my YouTube channel and “Like” the “Miss Rita To The Rescue!” Facebook page.

I am trying to reach a new goal of 2,000 subscribers, so help me get there by signing up to ensure you get all of my videos!!

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Thanks so much for watching!

 

Please consider subscribing to my channel and sharing with your other crafty friends!

 

Best always,

Miss Rita

 

Don’t forget! If you are going to buy anything from Cricut, please use my link:

http://shrsl.com/1tnbp

I am an affiliate for Cricut and self supporting, so your purchase directly helps me to continue to maintain my YouTube channel, blog and other social media channels!

 

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YouTube Video: Cricut-ized Target Dollar Spot Banner

Target Dollar Spot Felt Banner, Cricut-ized!

As promised, here is the YouTube video about how I turned a $3 Target Dollar Spot red Felt Banner into a gorgeous Retro Valentine’s banner using NEW Cricut Premium Vinyl in Textured Metallic Gold!

https://youtu.be/to9PoRQ2-FA

I discuss the differences between Cricut’s new Premium Vinyl and “the other brand”. 
We talk about the term “permanent” as it relates to vinyl.

My FREE Design Space file on the Cricut Community–search for and follow my Cricut Community Profile (Ritamarie Cavicchio) to get ALL of my FREE Cricut Design Space files!

You all know how *new* I am to making videos and I have always appreciated your insights and feedback. Thank you!

MO’s suggestion to me was to remind you to SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube channel and to like the videos. He also told me if you “ring the bell” you’ll be notified of all my future videos.

I hope you enjoy it!!

 

This is the original blog post:

I’m back with another great Target Dollar Spot find that I’ve made even better by giving it a little Cricut touch!  And just in time for Valentine’s Day! ❤

I found this great red felt banner at the Target Dollar Spot and I just couldn’t resist!  It was just THREE dollars and was perfect for embellishing with some Cricut vinyl.  The red felt banner consists of seven traditional flags in Valentine-y red felt with white stitching.

It was just begging to be paired with something gold!  

At first I thought I’d use some Cricut Iron-On, but then I remembered I had this roll of new TEXTURED gold vinyl that I’ve been just dying to try!  And I am glad I did!

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I know what you’re thinking: “Wouldn’t Iron-On be better on felt?”

The answer is: “Not Always!”

The wonderful texture of this textured vinyl is just perfect with the red felt and, because of its permanent bond, the Cricut Textured Vinyl grabs those felt threads and hangs on and on! LOVE Felt Banner

Furthermore I’m totally digging the amazing texture and how awesome it works with these traditional images.

And, of course, ALL of the images used in this project are available in Cricut Access for free to subscribers–otherwise it wouldn’t be a true Cricut Access Challenge, would it?

I hope you enjoy Cricut-izing these amazing felt banner, which can be used year after year for your Valentine’s Day decor!

Target Felt Banner, Cricut-ized

Totally adorable, am I right?

Here’s the Pinterest link for this project: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/273030796146215258/

And here’s the FREE Design Space file in the Cricut Community: https://design.cricut.com/#/design/130635479

Please remember, if you are going to place an order for Cricut supplies–such as the some of this amazing Textured Vinyl–I would really appreciate it if you used my affiliate link: https://www.shareasale.com/u.cfm?d=40359&m=51766&u=1089398

As a “thank you”, you can use my code “MISSRITA1” with the link to receive 10% off your order and free shipping (some exclusions do apply).

Thank you and you know what I always say: “Go forth and Cricut, my friends!”

Best always,

Miss Rita

LOVE Felt Banner