Ok, so I’ve been wanting to make these DIY vinyl keychains with the Cricut for a while now and share the process with you. I’ve had these keychains forever and this vinyl is so pretty. These will make great birthday or Christmas presents for family, a teacher, your boss or your bestie.
This is the file I bought from Design Bundles for this project.
Materials I Used For This Project
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Making The Keychains
Here is a link to the instructional video.
The first thing I did was choose which backgrounds I wanted to use from the keychain designs. Then I went to wordmark.it and played around with some different fonts that are on my computer/Design Space until I found the initial font and the font for the names.
I cut everything out on my Cricut Joy using the Joy Standard Grip Mat. It was so easy. Then I weeded the pieces with my Pin Pen. I love my Pin Pen. It’s probably the best investment I’ve made for crafting with my Cricut.
The Finished Keychains
Here are the finished keychains in all of their glory.
DIY vinyl keychains with the Cricut are a blast to make. These are going to be my Christmas presents this year to friends and family.
Until next time.
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