DIY Pumpkin Spice Latte Towel with Cricut
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Pumpkin spice lattes are amazing and it’s one of my favorite things about fall. Shopping at Aldis at the the end of the fall season I saw these towels marked down to 99 cents! What a deal (I just love a great deal). One towel is decorated and one is plain. Today I’m making a pumpkin spice latte towel with my Cricut EasyPress for the Craft and Create with Cricut Challenge.
All my Cricut friends will be sharing home decor projects this month.
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Supplies for Fall Kitchen Towels with Cricut
Iron on/Heat Transfer Vinyl: Black, orange, white, green and black glitter
Pumpkin Spice Latte Cut Files
Let’s Create a Pumpkin Spice Latte Towel
Upload the pumpkin spice design from Happy Crafters into Cricut Cricut Design Space™. For this SVG, you will have to choose which coffee cup you would like to use and hide the layers of the one you don’t use.
Cut the design using your Cricut Maker or any cutting machine. When cutting make sure the mirror image is clicked on in Design Space and the shiny side is down on the cutting mat.
Peel off the excess iron on and weed the design, especially the mug.
Check the EasyPress settings for your material and iron on. Press the black cup first then add the layers. Press the glitter accents last because it has a different temperature setting. Then turn the towel over and remember to press the back.
This towel is so pretty and I think I need to make a black coffee mug that matches it. The orange pumpkin looks so good on the black cup. The towels make a perfect pair for the stove.
The Cricut EasyPress is so easy and fun to use. Find out my Top 5 Reasons Why I Love my EasyPress.
Are you a pumpkin spice latte fan? If not what’s your favorite fall drink?
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