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Fourth of July Glass Charms


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Design by: RockinRenee (42 Projects)
Project skill level: moderate
Project time: 1 hour to 2 hours
Project tags: Patriotic Celebration Party Decorations/Favors Gifts Playful

Charms created using Cricut cuts and shrink material to dress up drink glasses and/or to help tell which glass belongs to whom. Carts used include CCR exclusives Cricut Craft Room Basics and Independence Day - Freedom.

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • Shrink material
  • Permanent ink pad
  • Coloring supplies (markers pencils...)
  • Beads
  • Jewelry fundamentals
  • Stamps

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STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

I started off the project using shrink material in Bright White.
Next, I cut my images to stamp on. I used the FREE Cricut digital cart - Cricut Craft Room Basics. I cut the shrink material in my mini at full pressure, speed, and multi-cut 3.
I then stamped my images using black permanent ink.
Time to color! I used alcohol markers in Royal Blue, Red and Gold.
The last preparation step is to punch holes in the shrink material PRIOR to going in the oven. I used a standard hole punch which leaves a perfectly sized hole to attach with once it is baked. Baking them is super easy and fast. Simply bake in a 325 degree oven for 1-3 minutes. They cool almost immediately and are then ready to be used.

Step 1

I started off the project using shrink material in Bright White.

Step 2

Next, I cut my images to stamp on. I used the FREE Cricut digital cart - Cricut Craft Room Basics. I cut the shrink material in my mini at full pressure, speed, and multi-cut 3.

Step 3

I then stamped my images using black permanent ink.

Step 4

Time to color! I used alcohol markers in Royal Blue, Red and Gold.

Step 5

The last preparation step is to punch holes in the shrink material PRIOR to going in the oven. I used a standard hole punch which leaves a perfectly sized hole to attach with once it is baked. Baking them is super easy and fast. Simply bake in a 325 degree oven for 1-3 minutes. They cool almost immediately and are then ready to be used.

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