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DIY: Under the Sea Invitation
Summer themed birthday parties and gatherings are always a fun way to bring friends and families together. Get your guests rounded up with these cute Under the Sea themed invitations. In this DIY Tutorial we use our glitter cardstock and glitter iron-on vinyl. Make sure to post your project with the hashtag #bestcreationDIY for a chance to be featured on our social media! Happy crafting!
You can purchase materials for this project on our Etsy page here. MaterialsBest Creation Basic
Glitter Card Stock GCS008. Glitter
Iron GIO12 (Ocean Blue) Cardstock white and purple Purple Brad ToolsRuler Glue Iron Scissors, cutting machine, or dies Step 1
Basic Glitter Card Stock GCS008 (Ocean Blue) using the SVG file. You can cut
using a cutting machine or with scissors.
After cut 2 pieces of the regular purple cardstock. Cut the purple
cardstock pieces slightly bigger than the SVG file. Step 2
You can print the information for the invitation, and then
cut with a…
Best Creation Heat Transfer Vinyl Iron-on HTV01 and HTV16
Metallic Best Creation Heat Transfer Vinyl MIO04
Wooden Table Notes
Cutting Machine or dies
You can buy a Wooden table notes of any color or you can paint it with acrylic and let it dry.
Cut a design on the Heat Transfer Vinyl Iron-on HTV01 and HTV16, and the Metallic Heat transfer Vinyl MIO04.All products are from Best Creation Inc. Using your cutting machine or dies. Remember to use the mirror function in the design program, and cut the vinyl with the opaque side up. For designs with different layers, you must cut with intersection vinyls to try as much as possible not to overlap and make your design features more precise. Remove (weed) the extra glitter iron on, leaving only your desired image.
(Refer to the photo) Place your image on the material with plastic facing up (Refer to the photo). Make sure you place a separate piece …