Here are two variations on the same Cricut cut in shrink plastic. Both tags were made with the word (dream) traced with a Cricut marker. The first tag also had the word cut out.
The back was painted with Jacquard Lumiere (Pearl Turquoise) diluted with water, then dabbed on with an old painbrush.
The word & the outside edge of second tag were traced with a Cricut marker, but only the outside edge & hole to attach the tag were actually cut.
Both tags are beautiful. In fact, I still haven’t decided which one I like more. As far as making the tag goes, the second tag was easier. The first tag required moving the inside details of the word into place before they finished cooling.
The second tag was painted with Jacquard Lumiere (Pearl Turquoise) and Tsukineko dye ink (Celeste Blue) diluted with water.
I also saved the cutout word from the first dream tag, painted it with the diluted Celeste Blue & put it in the toaster oven with the tags.
The letters came out perfect, especially since they’re all less than an inch tall. Now I just have to make sure I don’t lose them.
- Dream Tag (Solutions cartridge: 5th row down, 3rd column from the left) Home Accents
- Cricut Cutting Machine
- Cricut Marker
- Shrink Plastic
- Paint supplies (brush, water, paper towels, etc)
- Jacquard Lumiere paint (Pearl Turquoise) – diluted with water
- Tsukineko Impress dye ink (Celeste Blue) – diluted with water
- Toaster Oven (follow instructions for shrink plastic)
- Oven mitts
- Wooden dowel or other heat resistant tools
- Embossing mat or other heat resistant surface for cooling shrink