Hello my laser loving and vinyl loving friends! I created this laser cut vinyl storage for all of the people looking for a storage solution that is not a bag holder.
What I love about this storage solution is that it has a low profile, sitting only about 3" off the wall! It is 18" tall and 5" wide with the holes being about 1.75". It can hold 10 vinyl rolls that are anywhere from 6" to 24+" wide.
Make multiple and hang together to make a seamless design. (I made two and have room for more!)
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Now that you have the file, let's get started!
What you need for this project:
Once you have it assembled, on to painting it! I chose a boring but functional grey! Next, I attached it (well had my husband attach it) to the wall with the screws.
And voilà..... time to add your unorganized vinyl and show off your creation!
What color did you paint yours? Comment below, I want to know!
If you are reading this you want to know the secrets on creating a 1 layer/1 color design to a multiple layer/color design in Cricut design Space... shhh... don't tell anyone. Just Kidding scream it from the mountain tops, this will change your Cricut game!
First you need a design. For this example I use my FREE love heart design you can find here!
And just like you have created a multi-colored design from a plain one color, one layered design! Way to go!
Are you more of a visual learner? If so check out my YouTube tutorial!
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The things you need for this project are:
One you have all you materials together you will want to upload the sports ball(s), of your choice, into your cutting software. Whether it be silhouette studio, Cricut design space, or some other program. You will want to size the outer part of the circle right below 2". Mine were right at about 1.8". Next, you will want to cut, weed, and apply transfer tape.
Then, you will want to transfer the vinyl to your rounds. Once carefully transferred, I used a small utility knife to cut the vinyl where the hole is.
And last but not least you will want to attach the keychain hardware! Now wasn't that just easy peasy!
To add a bit more to your keychain, add a name, number, monogram, or more!
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