Thursday, April 19, 2018

New Car Decal for 2018

The decal paper works really well and for the price you have a changeable deal for you vehicle that when removed leaves little residue to clean off.
You can also Paint your decal with accents if you don't want to do it digitally!

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Inkjet Printable home color decals. How has it held up?

I made 3 circle logos in October 2015 that have been on my car since then.
How did they hold up?
Great, no pealing, color looks good no fade to speak of although I am sure there is some.
#1 in my box of tools because.....
1- I can print at home,
2- Easy to cut by hand or electronic cutter.
3- Low cost per sheet.

Where to get it... from

Something NEW for your crafty side!

This is an impressive graphic material is now available for use right on your home inkjet printer.
You can enjoy the same benefits as commercial printers, right at home.
Limited only by your creativity and your vision, you can create limitless 
décor at the fraction of the cost of buying commercially. Create your own masterpieces for your walls, glassware, lockers, laptops…even create personalized party décor. Inkjet Printable 8.5" x 11" sheets.

  • Re-position-able, removable adhesive.
  • "It cut's like butter!!"
  • Prints beautiful, vibrant colors.
  • Sticks to almost any surface.
  • Cuts with any personal die cutting machine including
    Brother, Silhouette, Cricut, Cuttable, Sizzix among others...or just use scissors.
  • Use for any crafting project, wall decor, gadget decor, DIY  project, lockers and much much more. 
  • Will remove without any residue.
  • Spray with  Kyrlon  Preserve it, a Digital media top coat.

My Car test... on on the rear.
After it's been on awhile I will update how it weathers.

Happy Crafting!

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Giving it a try for derby cars

I experimented this summer with Inkjet printable fabric decals
We put sponsor decals on my son's derby cars. Here they are after the race.
applied to a "unSmooth" car side it wrinkled some - application oops

the tin roof sundae looked lots better in person

logo worked well

extra one applied to the cooler also held up well.

Happy Crafting!

Friday, May 16, 2014

Ask and I will create!

A few things my crafty side makes....
1" and 1.25" buttons. Custom designs welcome.

Customer vinyl signs for your auto, or whatever...

Happy Crafting!

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Oh Posh

late in coming but this is what I made for my daughter in Casper Wy.
It's on a back window.

8" high by 22" long
White Vinyl

Happy Crafting!

Friday, January 17, 2014

new car vinyl

Oct - Nov - Dec are my bust craft show months and now those are put away and I can move on to other fun stuff I want to do.

My new car vinyl....

Happy Crafting!

Saturday, February 23, 2013

New vinyl sign!

The challange.... to cut full 14" shadow letters.

Vinyl cost : $40
Volunteer time : 24 hrs total  -  design redesign, finalize, cut, mask, apply and install

End result!  

Happy Crafting!

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Erase Tool in MTC

Great info from Sandy on the eraser tool.
I Love the Erase Tool in MTC!
December 4th, 2012 by Sandy McCauley

Reason #20: Erase Tool
Reason #21: Inverse Erase Tool

read the rest on Sandy's blog....

Happy Crafting!

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Gobble Gobble!!

I used Attitudes paper for the sayings and then glued it to the cut & inked signs.
how the double back easel looks from the back
Happy Crafting!

I'm here at Scrap Happy Retreat in Lodgepole Nebraska!  Making table place tags is the goal of the day. My Friend Terri Z. from Scrapbook Fun Addicts in Utah used these cute turkeys for her make-n-take at shows last year and now I have him MTC'd so I can cut them. I modified several of Terri's original pieces and added a double wingback easel so he sits nice! You can get the easel file on the MTC gallery.

Monday, September 17, 2012

ArtBin + Best Craft Organizer = organized!

I like Art Bin boxes, but dislike that you have to unstack them to get to the one you want. SO.....
I took the sides of 2 singles by  Best Craft Organizer and with my table saw cut new top/bottom and back pieces that were the correct size. Using the drawer rails in the predrilled holes on the sides I can easily remove any one of the artbins without bothering the one above or below.
It may not be perfect.... the lumber is not painted, I used black rails... well because I had them. But I really like the usability of the end organizer!

Happy Crafting!