Monday, July 30, 2012

Hello Kitty Car Vinyl

I've talked about my vinyl projects many times on this blog HERE and I have to tell you, they are probably the most enjoyable projects I make.  The Cricut and Expressions brand vinyls are incredibly resiliant, even outdoors and being run through the dishwasher on plastic cups.

I love Hello Kitty and I wanted to add something fun to my car to give it distinction.  My daughter loves it, but she actually confessed that it was because it made my husband roll his eyes.  I had to explain to him that I was doing it for the blog.  He just sighed.
Anyway, here is Hello Kitty with a black blackout background and her assorted layers.  I cut her at 5". It wasn't as hard to layer her as I thought it would be.  I have another car vinyl to show you next week so you won't want to miss out.

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36 comments:

  1. i like that i am going to have to try that

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  2. Super duper cute! Men just have no appreciation for cute! Lee-Ann :)

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  3. Awwww so cute!! I love Hello Kitty she is just like you sweet, cute and makes everyone happy...just sayin'

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  4. super cute vinyl project

    rosiemini@gmail.com
    www.scraplovingminis.blogpsot.com

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  5. That is adorable. I have yet to try vinyl but it is high on my list of things to do. Thank you for sharing.

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  6. Now I'll be looking around town for your car! :)

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  7. She is just stinkin' cute Joy! I bet your husband secretly loves her too! Nice job!

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  8. Awww. Cute little Hello Kitty.

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  9. So cute!!! But I haven't tried vinyl yet but really should. Just couldnt decide what image, etc. TFS!

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  10. So cute!! My grandbaby would love one of these for her Momma's car.

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  11. I love this! I think I need Hello Kitty on my car too!

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  12. So cute. I must try to use vinyl.

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  13. I have two packages of vinyl and just have not had the nerve to try it. You make it look so neat. TFs

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  14. very cute, been wanting to do vinyl for my SUV - just plain white like a flower or swirl, just can't decide. Hello Kitty is really adorable.

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  15. Oh wow! If I had my own car I would so have to have one of those!

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  16. That is too cute. TFS.
    Did you see the picture of the Hello Kitty house someone posted on the Cricut MB. Wanna see your husband's eyes roll just tell him you are going to do a little to the house and then show him the pic. tee hee hee
    dmcardmaker ( at aol)

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  17. Inspiring! I have some vinyl and just a little intimidated to use it. I'll definitely check out your video!

    Hope I win. That's a cartridge I don't have.

    Suzanne H - Scrapper from P. Pines

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  18. Absolutely too cute! I know so many people who will love this.
    Debbie91001

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  19. Joy,

    I need one of these for my grand daughter. Do you sell them? If not what cartridge is this on?

    Thanks,
    Cheryl

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  20. Love the decal. I have cut vinyl and I love it. However, I have only ever used one color. Are there secrets to laying down the layers since it would be hard to reposition??? Would love to see a video of you making a vinyl cutout with layers. Thanks for sharing.

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  21. How cute Joy. My husband wouldn't even have let me put it on the car - LOL!

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  22. This is very inpiring. I decorated my expression with vinly single layers but have yet to do layering... you have to do a video How to...please

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  23. I just adore her on your car!! Husband eyerolling and all lol. We spent Saturday making my daughter's name in different fonts on vinyl to put on each of her spiral notebooks for school. She even made an Eiffel Tower and a pinata for her French and Spanish folders. Much easier to apply when done on vinyl for school.

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  24. Hi Joy
    How stinkin cute is that!!!!
    I wish we could still buy the Hello Kitty cartridge...Seems that Provo Craft would release this one again.
    All kinds of little girls just getting into Hello Kitty and now we can't get the cart....:(
    Wonder if you might know someone who might sell a Hello Kitty at a reasonable price?
    Take care and I love all your designs.
    Best wishes
    JO

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  25. The only problem with cute projects like these is that this cartridge isn't available, and the few that *are* for sale are super expensive (b/c the seller knows they aren't available elsewhere). I wish they would make them available.

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  26. Momof4inArlingtonJuly 31, 2012 at 9:43 PM

    Ridiculously cute! I'm assuming that your husband doesn't drive this car. Otherwise, you might expect him to come home, having "lost the decal going through the carwash"!

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  27. Very cool and I have that cart I think I'm going to surprise a coworker and just put it on her window she likes hallo Kitty. Thanks for sharing,God bless.
    1205love@gmail.com

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  28. Are you kiddng me? You mean you can make vinyls for you car with Cricut cartridges?! I don't scrap as much as I would like and certainly am not familiar with all the techniques and fancy stuff. That is so cool!!! Now. Somebody tell me how to do it!

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