Alison from Simply Alison is back on the Craftey blog sharing a simple tutorial that is perfect for all you coffee lovers out there! She's walking you through how to DIY a tumbler using our Oracal 651 and a free hand-lettered SVG cut file that she created exclusively for YOU! For more project ideas and inspiration, be sure to check out the Craftey Community!
This month I found a cute plastic cup and thought it would be perfect for my iced coffee. I just needed to spice it up a bit. Follow this super easy tutorial and customize a cup, mug or anything with my free cut file!
- Free SVG Cut File (download it here)
- Permanent Vinyl (I used Oracal 651)
- Transfer Tape
- Weeding Tool
- Cutting Machine (I use a Cricut)
- Cutting Mat
- Double Wall Plastic Tumbler (I got mine from the Dollar Tree!)
Download the free SVG cut file and upload it to Cricut space.
Resize the cut file to fit your cup. I sized mine to 3.07 x 4.2. Select all of the lettering and click attach so the letters stay in place.
Cut your vinyl and place it on the cutting mat. Load the cutting mat into the Cricut and press go!
After it’s done cutting pull the vinyl off the mat and start weeding! Don’t forget to weed the middle of the o’s, a’s, g’s, e’s etc.
Use the transfer tape to pick up the lettering you just cut and place it on the cup. You should use a squeegeeing or a credit card to flatten out any bubbles or wrinkles.
You’re done! Now go show-off your love for coffee with your cute new cup!