Friday, January 24, 2014

[Video]Square1 Masterpiece Repositionable Vinyl Cricut Mirror

I am the guest designer today over at Square1 Masterpiece!

I got this fun top note shape mirror at Walmart and wanted to try out the Square1 Masterpiece repositionable vinyl on it.  

I thought this was a great sentiment to put on the mirror for my teenage daughter.  Who wasn't self-conscious at that age?
The best thing about the Square1 Masterpiece repositionable vinyl is that it's repositionable!  

It's a tiny bit thicker and doesn't stick to itself and roll into a big clump like regular vinyl. It will also allow me to remove it at any time in the future.  

So, if I want to change the mirror up, I can!  Maybe for her birthday, I will put "Happy Birthday"! 
Here are the cuts I used from the Cricut Billionaire and Lacy Labels Cartridges:

Each 12"x18" sheet of repositionable vinyl is $2.49.  Below are the color choices for the Square 1 Masterpiece repositionable vinyl:

 I made a video showing how I put the Square1 Masterpiece Repositionable Vinyl onto the mirror.  Click Square1 Masterpiece Cricut Vinyl Mirror to see the video if it isn't viewable below.


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90 comments:

  1. I hope to win this giveaway. Great videos and I enjoy watching them! Keep them coming!

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  2. Never use Repositionable vinyl, just the regular vinyl on a home decore item.
    Cindy F

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  3. Awwww....that mirror is great!!! I have used some vinyl to cut a sentiment out for my daughters wall. I

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  4. Love your blog Kathy from edgewood

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  5. Linda R
    Wow love the mirror! Thanks for a chance to win your give away

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  6. Never used it before, but it looks really fun!!!! I may have to give it a try! Love the mirror btw!

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  7. the mirror is fab! I have tried it twice, both on pillows and canvas frames, I love it!!

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  8. I've used regular vinyl, but not the re-positionable yet. I'll have to give it a try. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. What fun a project you have made. Love the saying on the mirror it's perfect.

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  10. Have not tried working with vinyl yet. But this re-positional vinyl sounds like a good product to try. Thanks for sharing & for the give away.

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  11. Wonderful mirror creation. Not used repositionable vinyl. Had not heard of it until just now. Have used regualr vinyl but not much.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  12. Love that mirror, just might have to try the repositionable vinyl; tfs!

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  13. What a great mirror for your daughter, wonderful idea! I have used regular vinyl a little. I keep thinking that I'll use it in a project, but I never do.

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  14. I have not tried reposition able vinyl, have not really even done much with regular vinyl - seems like I"m one of the few who sticks to paper!

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  15. I have wanted to try vinyl for a long time, but was never quite sure about the whole transfer tape & dial settings to cut etc. etc. With your video, I think I am now ready to start with the Square1 Vinyl. Thanks Joy!

    Sandy C - Missoula MT

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  16. Great project!
    No I haven't used repositionable vinyl.

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  17. I hadn't even heard of this. Very interesting.

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  18. I have never used vinyl of any kind. I haven't made any home decor projects other than temporary banners and posters. I may try it for some small gift items at some point.

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  19. Love what you created with Vinyl I personally have never used any vinyl but love your ideas allot I always love what you dream up and create I just have never given it a try. I've heard of the vinyl product you used and it does look like it's great. Maybe at some point I'll give it a go.....Maybe when I get my new Cricut Explore.

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  20. I have never cut with vinyl but have plans to maybe try in the future and then etching on glass too. Love your project :)

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  21. That is a totally cool idea for a card with that caption and the mirror. I have never used repositional vinyl, but I will now! Elaine S.

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  22. Cute idea! I have never used repositionable vinyl.

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  23. Hi Joy,

    What a great project!!! :) Your daughter must love her new mirror!

    I am sad to say that I have never used any vinyl, not just the repositionable kind! I have some vinyl, but I am just not sure how to use it. I guess I have nothing to lose and all of your wonderful projects with vinyl inspire me!

    Thank you so much for taking the time to share!

    Crafty hugs,

    Jennifer
    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

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  24. I have never tried vinyl either. It looks like fun and will help me move on with my skills. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. I have not tried repositionable vinyl. Very little experience with regular vinyl.

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  26. I love that mirror! I have to try to make one for each of my girls! I have always been scared to try vinyl, but this just might be the project that gives me the extra nudge I need to actually do it.

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  27. Very cute project. I have used vinyl in the past and it was difficult to work with. I will have to try the Square 1 vinyl.

    Leslie
    cascrapper at gmail dot com

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  28. Anne from Mesquite says...What a cute idea! I’ve only used regular vinyl so I can’t wait to try some of the reposition kind. Let the crafting begin!

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  29. Square 1 is NOT vinyl - it's repositionable fabric. So much easier to use and safer than vinyl for your family.

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  30. I'd love to try to use Square 1 repositionable vinyl. It looks fun to work with and not difficult any at all.

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  31. Muriel Osborne-PetrykJanuary 24, 2014 at 1:12 PM

    I would love to try Square 1 repositionable vinyl. It would be great to make signs for my cub scout activities. We do a lot of fund raisers and activities.

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  32. I haven't yet used any vinyl, but you make is sound and look so easy, I just might try it soon. Thanks for all your inspirational posts. They are much appreciated.

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  33. I've never used repositionable vinyl before. Maybe I should give it a try! ~~Patty

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  34. I have learned so much from your site. Thank you.

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  35. No I haven't tried the repositionable vinyl, but it sounds like something good to use. It makes me think of the old toy, Colorforms (I am showing my age, lol)!!! Thanks for the giveaway!!!

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  36. I have never used repositionable vinyl. But now I know were to get it when I need it. Great color choices.

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  37. What a great idea for a mirror! This is really cool! I have never used/cut any type of vinyl but I am rethinking that now - maybe I need to try. Thanks for sharing this neat idea!

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  38. I have not used repositionable vinyl. In fact, I have not used vinyl very much at all, even though I do have an ample supply! Thanks for the chance to win!
    mb6464@hotmail.com

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  39. I like your sentiment for the mirror. So perfect for a teenager, too. I've never used vinyl in my Cricut. I need to consider giving it a try. I can see how repositionable vinyl would be perfect for making holiday scenes on a larger mirror.

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  40. Love the mirror! I've only ever used the Cricut vinyl. I would love to check out the repositional vinyl, though!

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  41. Fantastic mirror! Follow you on y tube...love yr videos.

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  42. SQUARE 1 Repositionable -the safe alternative to vinyl - is so easy to use it's almost ridiculous. It doesn't stick to itself or wad up in a ball impossible to untangle. I'm very happy to see you spotlighting it. I truly believe in the products from Square1and have used them all. Try the iron on or the printable repositional. You will love it!!!

    ~Kris~

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  43. I have never used vinyl of any kind. Sounds like the repositionable is the way to go. Like the mirror idea. Have to give it a try. Jill P., Manteca, CA

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  44. I've never tried using vinyl. I may try it now since this product is repositional. I won't be as timid trying it.
    Mary O'Neal

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  45. Joy, I used vinyl before but never re-positional vinyl. Is it more like window cling? Would you be able to make Holiday themed projects and save them for the following year? I am very intrigued by the idea. Can you tell us more please?

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  46. Love the mirror. I have some and just have not tried it yet. May have to copy yours...lol

    thanks

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  47. What a great idea to put a quote on a mirror! How fun!

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  48. Love the idea for the mirror, especially for a teen girl! I have not tried the repositionable vinyl. Sounds like fun, though!

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  49. Beautiful project! No I haven't done any vinyl projects!

    Veronica

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  50. I am fairly new at crafting, so I have been very intimidated by vinyl. I can sooooo see me getting it all stuck to itself in a big ball. I did not know that vinyl came in a repositionable form. I can now face my fears....LOL! Thanks for the wonderful project. As usual, your work is amazing. Since I am new at all of this, I appreciate the chance to win the cartridge listed above. As a beginner, it would sure help me to find my feet and put some pages together quickly. I hope I win!

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  51. No, I have not used vinyl. But I have a couple of pieces. Need to give it a try. I love the mirror. Edwina Brown

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  52. Fabulous mirror- I love the idea of reprositional vinyl instead of more permanent.

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  53. Something new I have never heard of Square 1 Masterpiece Repositionable Vinyl(WOW say that three time fast!)! Thanks for the video, I have used regular cricut vinyl! I think I would like this better, easier too change out with each holiday theme! I like the fact that it doesn't stick to itself! Love your mirror!Thanks for a chance to win When I was A Kid cart.
    Rosebud222222222

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  54. Love the mirror! I have only used regular vinyl, but this looks really neat. Thanks for the video and the chance to win the When I Was A Kid. Judy in New Mexico

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  55. I am addicted to vinyl!!! I would love to try Square 1 Masterpiece to see the difference. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  56. What a GREAT idea! I love putting little inspirations around the house too. The other day I wrote with dry erase marker in the shower to greet my hubby for his morning shower! :-) Some fun and inspiring Bible verses to start his day! I hadn't heard of the repositionable vinyl will definitely give it a try!

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  57. Joy, I loved your video! I want to try that Square 1 Masterpiece. Love the idea that it is thicker. Vinyl can be so frustrating to cut out and place.

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  58. I'm afraid to use vinyl. I'm afraid of messing things up.

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  59. I have not used repositional vinyl. I have had very limited experience with regular vinyl. I do much better with flat surfaces. I tried doing glasses and got really frustrated.

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  60. I would love to win this cartridge. I tried it in the cricut craft room and it was fun.I always love to go to your blog for fun ideas for projects

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  61. I would love to win this cartridge. I tried it in the cricut craft room and it was fun.I always love to go to your blog for fun ideas for projects

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  62. I would absolutely love to win this great cartridge. I have to admit that being so new to the Cricut world that you make being creative so easy. The best thing I've done is subscribe to your blog. This is also my very first and only blog subscription to date. Thank you for being a wealth of information!!
    Grammyd0731

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  63. I prefer to use my Gypsy. I don't want to search for carts and I don't have all my carts linked to the Craft Room, so I just continue what I have always done.

    Love my Cricut Expression & Gypsy!

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  64. I use my cartridges, am planning to learn how to do Craft Room soon. Thank you for a chance to win.

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  65. Yes, I love making home-made tags. It makes the gift so special.

    Roxanne D from NC

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  66. I LOVE making my own homemade tags....I haven't tried using vinyl yet but I'm going to try it. I'd like to put a vinyl sailboat on my bathtub. I think it would be so cute... Thanks so much for giving ua a chance to win the giveway. Haven't won one yet but still trying,,lol

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  67. No, I don't make and use gift tags. I love making cards though, so I bet I would enjoy it a lot!

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  68. Just got a new cricut for Christmas loved the videos for craft room, plan on making lots of cards and tags.
    Thanks Phylkis G

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