Holographic Vinyl on Candle Jars

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Are you one of those people that loves to purchase inexpensive things and say, “oooh I can make this cuter?”

So this is what happened to this candle. Yes I know what you’re going to say. “that is so simple”, and I couldn’t agree more.

Fonts used:
American typewriter
Gabe Lisa
Isabella Script
Apple SD Gothic Neo
The Skinny

I own a Cricut cutting machine that cuts vinyl, so this mini project would be great for the Cricut beginners and just looking for something easy to make. There is a video tutorial on this, and you will see how the text image was designed. I am using a Cricut Holographic vinyl to decorate these jars and the fonts I used can be found on Dafont.com.

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First, wipe the jar with alcohol wipes. This will remove any dirt, oil, or any residue the surface may have. This will also help the vinyl stick better to the surface and last longer. Once the surface is dry, take the decal and place it on the surface, by pressing from the middle and then going outward. You can use an application tool if you’d like but I prefer to use my fingertips for something this small. Then gently remove the transfer tape and voila!

This would be a great gift to friends and family. It’s so simple but yet so cute!

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    1. Hi Ros, you are welcome! Welcome to the Cricut family! I am so excited for you to start, you will love your machine πŸ™‚ I also have this tutorial on a video on my channel, in case you wanted to see it. I appreciate you being here, have fun! xoxo

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