Monday, August 26, 2013

[Video]Vinyl Monogram Tumbler with CTMH Artbooking Cricut Cartridge

Need a quick gift - maybe for a teacher, co-worker, friend?  Scouting troop?

These monogrammed tumblers are the answer!

I got the tumblers at Dollar Tree. Then, using the Close to My Heart Artbooking Cricut Cartridge for the font and the free Cricut Craft Room Basic Shapes for the circles (scalloped and regular), I made these quick gifts by applying vinyl to the tumblers.

You can always add in a kind note and a gift card on the inside!

I used the Close to My Heart Artbooking cartridge for the monograms (see below):
Want to see how I made these tumblers?
Check out the video below (click HERE if you can't see the video):

New Giveaway - Just Released "Create A Friend" Cricut Cartridge - made by Nancy Kubo, who made Create A Critter 1 and 2:
How can you win?

1) Leave a comment below - Have you cut any vinyl with the Cricut?
Click HERE if you don't know how to leave a comment. Click HERE to leave a comment if you are seeing this in an email.

2) That's it!

Winner will be announced on September 1, 2013 and has two weeks to claim prize.  U.S. Residents only, please, over 18.  Void where prohibited.

Get the Stamp of the Month FREE with a $50+ purchase* in the month of August



Finally, everyone who purchases a Close to My Heart Artbooking Bundle from me will get access to an exclusive live online event in September where we will make two Artbooking projects, have a live chat with questions and answers as well as door prizes.  It will be recorded also so you can watch it again.

*While the stamp set is free in August, tax and shipping will still be assessed on the stamp set retail value.

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167 comments:

  1. I've only cut out numbers in vinyl. Great giveaway, I'd love to win this cartridge!

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  2. Very cute gift idea. No I never have cut vinyl but have been wanting to try.

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  3. I have not started my card making yet. I guess if it is going to get done I better get started.

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  4. I love cutting vinyl with the cricut! Fabulous project! Thanks so much!

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  5. I've made a few tumblers as gifts myself, and people do love to get them.

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  6. Your monogram is adorable!!! Excellent job!!! I've done one vinyl project and I liked the way it turned out, will keep this one in mind too!

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  7. Joy, I love this idea, and have cut lots of vinyl with my Cricut. What kind of vinyl would you use to put on a cup that won't wash off easily?
    I'm crazy about the new Create a Friend cartridge!!! This is definitely one I would love to have! Thanks for more great inspiration and another cool give-away.

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  8. Super cute...yes I've cut vinyl...I used it on Christmas ornaments.

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  9. Love you tumblers, such a great idea. I did my "first" vinyl this weekend! Want to do more : ) This is an awesome cart, would be a great addition to all my other carts. Thanks for a chance to win!

    bdcampers@msn.com

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  10. I am new to vinyl. I have made one. Can't wait to do some of these.
    Rosalynn from South Georgia

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  11. I have been wanting to head to the dollar tree. I will definitely make a special trip to find some of those cute tumblers. Great idea and cost effective!

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  12. I just got my cricut about a month ago and haven't tried it with vinyl yet. But I'm excited to try!

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  13. I love this cartridge. I think it would look soooo cute on a tumbler! I cut with vinyl a lot. the last thing I cut was EAT PRAY LOVE for my kitchen wall. it came out really nice.
    ROSEMARY HUDAK at hudak4@zoominternet.net

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  14. Cute Cute Cute !! I have cut vinyl a couple of time. It is fun as easy as paper.
    linda
    lmkindell1@verizon.net

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  15. I have done a little vinyl cutting and had no problem. Your cups turned out super cute. Have to get some of those. Have a fun day!

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  16. I have cut a few things with vinyl, one of them being one of those "word cloud" projects for a friend to give to her daughter and son-in-law (both graduates of UT). She liked it so much that we are planning to do another one for her step son and his new wife (both graduates of A&M). Both projects were college themed

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  17. That is one of the cutest Cartridges! I also love using vinyl. Lately I cut more vinyl than paper!

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  18. Awesome idea!!!!I need to get my vinyl out again..it's been a while! Love this project-TFS!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  19. I never have cut vinyl with my cricut but thanks to your tumbler project I'm about to order some. I'm hosting a scrapbooking retreat in Septemeber and each of the ladies is getting one of those adorable tumblers....Thanks!

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  20. I have a few Christmas cards started but not enough yet lol

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  21. I love using vinyl in my Cricut - it is super easy. I cut out transportation decals and letters for the wall in son's room and it was really simple and cute

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  22. Still haven't attempted to cut vinyl but you are inspiring me to do so!

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  23. Love the tumblers. I have the vinyl but when we bought it there was nothing that said we needed transfer paper so I just have the vinyl and no transfer paper. So have not had the nerve to try cutting with vinyl

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  24. I love this idea! It will be perfect for our girls club. I've only cut final for wall decor so this will be a great way to use the scraps. Thanks for the great ideas!

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  25. Beautiful cups and yes this would be great as teachers gifts. Thanks for sharing.

    Luria

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  26. I love these tumblers. They are so in right now.
    marilyn2222 @ hotmail dot com
    follower

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  27. I love cutting vinyl with the Cricut to make projects, especially home decor! Love your tumblers, fantastic and simple! Thanks for sharing!

    Emily (Mollie's Motif)

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  28. I love cutting vinyl with the Cricut to make projects, especially home decor! Love your tumblers, fantastic and simple! Thanks for sharing!

    Emily (Mollie's Motif)

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  29. Love the tumblers! Thank you for doing all the wonderful projects using the Artbooking Cartridge. It is really exciting to see all the different possibilities with one cartridge. Thanks again! Mom2ASK

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  30. Cute tumblers! I decorated a wine glass with vinyl for a friend and put some lettering on my daughters wall. That's about it...lol! Would love to try something else...maybe a tumbler?? :)

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  31. Love the tumblers Joy.I love using my Cricut to cut vinyl.Right now I am using an alternative to vinyl that is PVC free and works wonders. I have done wall art, plaques and ornaments as well. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  32. Teh tumblers are so cool! what a great Coach gift!!! I love working with vinal and have made very cool sports banners and signs. Thanks for the opportunity to win a really cute cartridge.
    L

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  33. I have never cut vinyl but I am very tempted to try after seeing your lovely tumblers. I would love to win the new cartridge. I want to make magnetic characters for my grandson to play with on a road trip we are planning to Disney World. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  34. Thank you for the cute and easy gift idea. I have been wanting to make my son's preschool teachers a gift and now I know what to make. :)

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  35. I too have never cut on vinyl but would like to try. Thanks for sharing your awesome project.

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  36. Cute Idea! I have used vinyl with my cricut! When my daughter was getting ready for Homecoming Rally and Parade, we cut paw prints (Paper Pups) and decorated both rear quarter panels of my truck, then the doors and windows were Plantan Schoolbook-ed (at 12") with Sen10rs (10 for 2010)...her school mascot is a bulldog so it went together awesomely and even the principal of the high school was checking out the truck before the parade. I removed everything from the windows and doors, but left the paw prints (3 years and many car washes)...they are still going strong and the bonus is I can find my white truck in the parking lot so easy! I seriously love vinyl!

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  37. I have yet to try vinyl in my cricut... Soon I hope to!

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  38. I have cut vinyl a couple of times - once for my daughter's high school sports garage sign (cut her name to put on it) , and once to decorate a bucket for for a "50 Sucks" bouquet. I bought myself a couple of tumblers but haven't gotten around to decorating them yet.

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  39. I just started using vinyl in my cricut and it cuts so nice and I love the results! I can't wait to find time to do more!! Bentley's Grammy Beth from MI.

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  40. Love the tumblers! It's been a while, but I have cut vinyl in my Cricut. Thanks for sharing!

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  41. Yes, vinyl is one of the FIRST things I cut in my Cricut!! I made last name, 'est" tiles for house warming gifts for 3 pals. I LOVE using the Cricut for vinyl cutting!! kweenbee_612@yahoo.com

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  42. I love this cartridge! I love using vinyl in my Cricut!!! I made labels for my kitchen canisters and I LOVE them! Thank you for the opportunity to win the cartridge!!!

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  43. Hi Joy,

    I haven't done any vinyl projects yet, but am looking forward to trying it out!
    I was told you needed the deep cut blade to cut vinyl. Is that true? If not, can you tell me the settings needed?

    thanks,
    Renae in Orlando

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  44. I have decorated my Daycare van with vinyl letters and Car decal kids! Love the vinyl!!
    Kathie

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  45. I decorated some cabinet doors in the laundry room, and I have made decorations for parties, I am getting more comfortable with it.

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  46. Love your blog and new and fresh ideas! Thanks for all the inspiration!
    Make it a happy day!

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  47. Love the tumblers thanks for the great idea.
    sekala45@roadrunner.com

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  48. No, I haven't yet cut any vinyl with my Cricut, but those tumblers are so cute, I might give it a try and I'm thinking of other projects to also use vinyl cut outs on.

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  49. Cute tumblers! And I LOVED the LaVerne comment!!!! And yes, I have used vinyl and my Cricut. I have vinyl all over my house!

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  50. I started cutting vinyl when the craze came out and to my surprise it was super easy to do. I made a few cut outs to decorate my daughter's room

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  51. I picked up some of these tumblers at the dollar store this summer. Had the same idea as you. Now I just need the time.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  52. I have not yet cut vinyl with my cricut. May try it soon since I just ordered this new cartridge.
    Florence from Louisiana

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  53. I have not yet tried vinyl but it looks fun. I really learn so much from you about my Cricuts. I have the Expression and the Imagine. Do you think they will ever fix the Imagine so it will work with the CCR?

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  54. I've used vinyl to create wall art. It's fun and easy to use!

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  55. Yes I've used my cricut to cut vinyl, I've done wall decor and details for trucks for my brothers.

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  56. I haven't had an excuse to use vinyl yet but I plan on using it to decorate a nursery in the near future! This new cartridge looks great. The Create a Critters are easily at the top of my favorites list, so thanks for the chance to win!

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  57. What a quick gift idea. thanks
    mbchoj at aol.com

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  58. Wonderful idea for the tumblers. I received the cartridge last week, but I haven't found the time to use it.

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  59. Love the tumblers a great idea for gift.
    Yes! I have cut with vinyl. For my birthday in November I did an arrangement with butterflies and happy birthday on the wall where my cake was. Then after I put the butterflies on my mini van. They have been there since and it's hot here in Phoenix. So easy when looking for my van in a sea of other white mini vans.

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  60. Great gift idea. I have used vinyl a couple of times to do some glass etching. It worked very good.

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  61. Haven't tried vinyl yet, but hope to soon. Thanks for your video ;- )

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  62. Great project! No I haven't cut vinyl yet. It just seem to scare me lol, but I really do want to try it out someday.

    Have a great day!
    Veronica

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  63. Great idea! I've tried vinyl with a wall decal for Halloween. This project looks much easier and makes me want to try it today!

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  64. Great project!! Yes I have cut vinyl with the cricut

    mimicaro9650 at yahoo dot com

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  65. Yes but very limited experience. I have trouble if the surface is curved. Your monogramed cups look great!

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  66. Love these. Yes vinyl is my favorite.
    lainee in La Pine

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  67. I haven't started my Christmas Cards but do have an idea of what I want to do. Love the "create a friend" cart. Hope I win.

    Judy

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  68. Cute project. I've never tried cutting vinyl before. I bet the possibilities are endless! Loving the new cartridge!

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  69. that cartridge looks awesome!!!!!

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  70. Love your L and the cup. What a great teacher gift.

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  71. I haven't started my christmas cards yet. I purchase a new stamp from the our state fair every year to make my cards unique. We are going this coming weekend and I can't wait to see the new items they have this year.

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  72. I just made personalized water bottles for my daughters first birthday party coming up this weekend. So fun!!

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  73. Every time I decide on a card, another card catches my eye! Decisions, Decisions. Sometimes I think I should just take a christmas stack and make all different ones from that and use up my supplies. But of course then I see new paper....! If I could just "create a new friend" to help me decide......lol

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  74. I have cut vinyl to use on my Christmas ornaments.

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  75. That is super cute! Vinyl looks so intimidating, but once I tried it, I found it was easier than working with paper.

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  76. Yes, I have cut vinyl but it was before I heard of the transfer tape. Hope I can get it at my craft store. Roylene

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  77. I have not tried to use vinyl with my Cricut. I keep shying away from trying it. After your project I may just get up the nerve to try. Thank you. Jill P. Manteca CA

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  78. I haven't tried cutting vinyl yet. Your project makes great gifts.

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  79. I love cutting vinyl with my Cricut. I made a border from Forever Young shapes for my daughter's room and I've cut the t-shirt vinyl as well. so many fun projects! Rosemary R.

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  80. I have never had the chance to try vinyl.

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  81. I haven't the guts to try cutting vinyl. At least not yet, but the glasses are a really cute idea. Especially if you have kids.
    dutchie

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  82. I plan on cutting vinyl soon, thanks for the boost.
    LAH CricutCrazy

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  83. I just used vinyl for the first time..Need help on setting, thats for sure

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  84. I have not tried using vinyl yet, but I will AFTER I watch your video. It's easier for me to see a demonstration and get tips first! Thank you for doing the video.

    mommaneff@yahoo.com

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  85. I have never cut vinyl, I thought it would be too difficult. Now I think I want to try it. Thanks for making it look so easy.

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  86. I discovered vinyl about a month ago and I am obsessed with it. I have only cut a few things, but I have ordered a bunch more so I can get moving! :)

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  87. I love using vinyl with my cricut,just make sure you use a sharp needle!
    Pamela D. Silverhill, AL

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  88. I haven't dared to do it yet....but I'm working up my nerve to try. Just noticed the above comment said to use a sharp needle...thanks

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  89. Yes, I cut vinyl when I first got my cricut (several years ago) but haven't done any since then. I need to get the vinyl out and decorate some more walls in my craft room!

    Thanks for all the video tips! Love them!

    Patty

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  90. Thanks, a great video!

    Deb
    dpapin@comcast.net

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  92. Have not tried vinyl yet. Want to. Just chicken! Thanks for the video and the giveaway!
    Julie

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  93. I have used vinyl, but not as much as I'd like. I am a little timid when it comes to layering. Thanks for the chance to win!

    mb6464@hotmail.com
    marciasmemories.blogspot.om

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  94. Yes, I've been cutting vinyl for a couple of years now. I do a lot of things for my granddaughter's comp softball team...the cutest glittery numbers for the helmets, team logo's, etc.

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  95. I've used vinyl for stenciling, glass etching, and for decorating metal water bottles. It's easily addictive . . . :)

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  96. I made a kitchen grouping for a friend using vinyl. Looking for to cutting more and trying iron-on vinyl as well.

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  97. I enjoy cutting vinyl. Thanks for all your videos and tips. I look forward to them. -Thelma

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  98. I made a sign for a friend's ice cream shop! Love all of this! Thanks for the fun giveaway!

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  99. I do LOVE that Cartridge...so many possibilites and we get to see them all right HERE! Thanks, now, I would love to win the CREATE A FRIEND cart so I can participate in the My Crafting Channel challenge next month where it's all about that cart.
    Thanks again for keeping those creative juices flowing with those awesome tumblers!
    Creative Wishes
    Claire S
    www.scrapmyway.blogspot.com

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  100. Yes, I love cutting vinyl with my cricut.

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  101. hi Joy! Love the tumblers! I have a bunch of plastic water bottles I keep saying I am going to put vinyl on for take home gifts for Pezza's bday but haven't done it yet - had them for 2 years :P I have only done vinyl a few times but I was really happy with the results. Thanks for the chanc eat winning the cute new cartridge!

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  102. Thanks for a great video on how to cut vinyl for the tumblers! I have been wanting to try this for so long. Now I think I can do it!

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  103. I think I cut vinyl as much as cardstock with my Cricut! Love your ideas! Thanks for the chance to win so I can create some new layouts! :)

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  104. No, I have not. I would not know what to do. Cutting paper is easy. Edwina Brown

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  105. I love your tumblers. I cut vinyl all the time, ESP to make school deals for my van windows. Thanks for a chance to win!!

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  106. I love the tumblers you did. Vinyl is so easy to cut and use. My best is cutting it to use as a stencil for etching pitchers for wedding gifts.

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  107. Never cut vinyl - I've purchased some but have been a little scared to try it!!! You've made it look so simple. Also, I had no clue about the transfer tape - Def excited to try my hand at vinyl now!!! Thanks!!!

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  108. Never cut vinyl - I've purchased some but have been a little scared to try it!!! You've made it look so simple. Also, I had no clue about the transfer tape - Def excited to try my hand at vinyl now!!! Thanks!!!

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  109. These are perfect gift for kids at school!
    Thank you! Rose Mary Grandpa97@msn.com

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  110. What a great idea to turn a practical gift to such a personal one. Thanks for all your good ideas.

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  111. BTW: the video is a great help for cutting vinyl with the cricut machine. I've always been afraid to try it. This is so encouraging. Thanks!

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  112. I took a ceramic piggy bank and decorated it with vinyl dollar signs, the phrase "cold hard cash" and the name of my "little" cousin when he graduated from high school. I also like to use vinyl on small phrases or images that don't cut well with paper. Just a couple of ideas from some other bloggers! Thank you for sharing such fun projects!!

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  113. I love the tumblers! These would make for a really cute Baby Shower favor for all of the guests. Love it.

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  114. Love this idea so much for a baby shower favor that I decided to feature it on my blog at http://blog.wrappedinpurple.com/. The tumblers are so bright and festive. Thanks for sharing!

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  115. You always have the best ideas! Thanks for all you do... hugs Leonie

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  116. What a fun idea for a teacher gift! Thanks for the great tutorial!

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  117. I love the friends cartridge, how cute is that. Thanks for all your time and great ideas. Would love to win.

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  118. Love the tumblers - I have never cut with vinyl. I have been wanting to try but haven't taken the leap yet. This project is so cute it makes me want to take that leap even more.

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  119. I made to same gift for teachers last year!! I love to cut vinyl with my Cricut!!!!!

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  120. Finally got brave enough to cut vinyl last Christmas, and made glass ornaments with family names for place settings at Chrismas breakfast,and made lighted deco blocks (my fave project), decorative decor plates,and a number of wall and door phrases. Fun! Your tumblers are a great idea. TFS! FYI-- JoAnn also sells 12x24 vinyl sheets where the specialty scrapbooking papers are.

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  121. Love this for a teacher gift idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  122. Have not done the vinyl yet. It's on my to-do list. Great project.

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  123. I haven't tried cutting with vinyl, but am now considering trying. Love your project! Great project to work with the grandchildren. Thanks!! jimba60@gmail.com

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  124. I have the vinyl just never had anything I wanted to use it for.

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  125. I just cut vinyl the other day for the first time. It was easy and it looks great. I made a Hello sign for a friend's front door. I LOVE this new cartridge, I'm a huge Create a Critter fan and would LOVE to add this to my collection. Thank you for the video and giveaway!

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  126. I have cut with vinyl, I'm trying to do a little more. Thanks for the video!

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  127. Great idea, this can be used for almost any occasion. Be great for picnic's to then the kids all know there own classes and won't fight over who's is who's.
    angel hugs
    Debby

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  128. Great gift idea! Yes, have cut vinyl with cricut to make the family metal signs personalized. Now want to make me one for my scrapbook room. Thanks!

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  129. I love your tumblers!! Too cute!
    Yes I cut vinyl with my cricut all the time! I did a lot of sayings for our house, my scraproom, and even for my friends backyard patio cover! It is so much fun!!

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  130. I love your tumblers!! Too cute!
    Yes I cut vinyl with my cricut all the time! I did a lot of sayings for our house, my scraproom, and even for my friends backyard patio cover! It is so much fun!!

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  131. Thank you for the video it was awesome! Yes I have used vinyl with my Cricut it was to make Monogram stencils so that I could etch on wine glasses for my friends. Love this idea, with definitely give it a try this year!

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  132. I've gotten tumblers from students before. I think it's cute to give personalized ones to each teacher in middle school or high school! And it's so affordable too!

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  133. I've never cut any vinyl in my Cricut before, but I would like to one day do it so that I can label my Oxo containers with the words "flour" and "sugar."

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  134. Oh my gosh I cut almost as much vinyl with my cricut as I do card stock. I work at an elementary school and the tumblers do make wonderful gifts for fellow staff members and the kids!
    The $ tree loves me, when I walk in the ladies will say, "Hi, yes we got some of your tumblers in, go ahead clean off the shelf." ....and I do. Once I ran low on tumblers and our $ tree didn't get any for awhile.....now when they have them I buy them all! I also buy plastic containers from $ tree to monogram and use as gift baskets. They make great baby shower gifts and the moms can reuse the containers in the baby's room! Got my fingers crossed....I want to "make" a friend. :)

    Tina who crafts in South East Georgia

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  135. Yes I do cut vinyl with my cricut. I've done mostly decorative things, personalized garbage cans for my kids, holiday plates and window decals for the car. Thanks for the chance to win! Shannon

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  136. Oh, so would love the create a friend....and can't wait to cut some vinyl!

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  137. I haven't cut with vinyl on my cricut yet but I would like to someday.

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  138. I love the tumblers. I like personalizing any kind of container!

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  139. I love the tumblers. I have not started my Christmas Cards yet. It is so hot here we have all we can do to stay cool! Thank you for the opportunity to win the new cartridge.

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  140. What a great inexpensive gift! Yes, I have cut a few vinyl projects on my Cricut. I would like to do some more, but I am suffering from creative block at the moment. I bet winning this adorable cartridge would cure that!

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  141. Great LO! I have not attempted vinyl yet, but I have some!
    Ra6352 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  142. What a great idea! I JUST bought some vinyl - but haven't had a chance to try it in the Cricut yet! It IS on my list of things to do in the very near future!

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  143. Awesome tumblers. Love the font for sure. Yes I love working with vinyl - it's so fun and easy. Thanks for sharing. Terri

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  144. I've used vinyl a couple of times and only on simple things. I just ordered more and am looking forward to trying a few more projects.

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  145. Thanks for sharing the video.
    I have not tried vinyl yet.
    D~
    http://designsbydragonfly.blogspot.com

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  146. I love love love these tumblers!!! I need to try my hand at these soon.

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  147. Love your ideas!!! I have tried several and your explanations are great.
    Smokeygirl1972

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  148. I would love to win this It would help my kids at school. tictac68ca

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  149. Yes, I love cutting vinyl with my Cricut. It is one of the favorite gifts for my daughter's friends. I use my mini and CCR so I can weld the letters.

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  150. Yes, I have used my cricut to cut vinyl. I love what you can create. My grandchildren love the gifts I give them. I would so love to win the Friends Cartridge. Thanks for the chance to win. dbtreadway@catc.net

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  151. I have used the cricut to cut vinyl letters I put in my dining room.

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  152. I have used Cricut vinyl on cups, wine glasses and windows. It is so much fun!

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  153. I've purchased the vinyl but have never used it. You always have such good ideas, I'll have to give it a try.
    kmrs34@aol.com

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  154. I have made several vinyl items for school. Love using vinyl. The creative possibilities are endless. Gloria T.

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  155. Ooooh, what a fun project. Just might have to try some of these for gifts at Christmas. I love using vinyl for some of my projects. Just depends on what I'm doing.

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  156. I have some vinyl but afraid I would mess it up. LOL. Thanking you in advance for the chance to win the cricut cartridge, it looks really cute. Hugs, Carol

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  157. Love these....my family is going on a cruise in a month and a half and I am going to make one of these for everyone.

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  158. I've never cut any vinyl with my cricut but these cups are so adorable I may have to get it a try!

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  159. I actually had this idea a few months ago and have been wanting to try it. Thanks for the pointers!

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  160. I am going to try the tumblers. They look fun and what cute gifts they make. Thanks for a chance to win.

    Mary O'Neal
    Indiana

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  161. Oh my! I would love to win. I just retired and am new to scrap booking and vinyl.

    Sondra Castell
    Alabamas

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  162. These are AWESOME. What a great personalized gift. I love them.

    I have cut vinyl with my Cricut once but I'm a little scared of it for some reason. Not sure why. Hugs- Glora

    me(at)glorajean(dot)com

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  163. I cut vinyl letters to put on acrylic jar glasses for our family reunion. I put the name of the reunion, the year, and each persons name on their glass. It was a big hit!

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