Here is a fun, simple project to do while we have the Cricut out. I bought these two sets of stacking boxes/crates from Walmart and I wanted to make them my own. Currently, they are being used as drawer organizers. For details about my new dresser, see previous post.
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I created these designs in Cricut Design Space™. With a little help from Google image search and my imagination, I came up with some designs I was very happy with. You may recognize a template or two from other posts.
Link to my file in Cricut Design Space™
Step 1: cut the template. Step 2: weed out the vinyl. Step 3: apply with an Easy Press. It really was that simple. I wanted an easy approach to this project. I have mentioned in other posts you could cut the templates out by hand (with an X-acto) if you wanted. You could also choose to use standard vinyl and use it as a stencil to paint like the signs and dresser we’ve made; the processes would be the same.
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There are two different types of these trays. I bought one with a wooden finish and one with a ‘whitewash’ aged effect. If I were to do this project again, I would not use the whitewashed one. The finish made for a horrendous time with the HTV vinyl. It took many pressings with the Easy Press to get it to adhere properly. The finish was very finicky. In the end, I love the way it looks, but it was a difficult process. The plain wooden one was a walk in the park.
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