I don’t think I’ve mentioned that I have a second Etsy store where I sell makeup bags. It’s been kind of dead lately because I need to redo some of my photos (a little on the dark side), and I wanted to make some new bags to add to my store.
So I got busy and got on Pinterest for some ideas and started designing makeup bags with HTV (heat transfer vinyl). I’m such a goober when it comes to making stuff in Cricut Design Space. I’ve created each design as a separate file for ease of cutting.
I’m sharing the Hello Beautiful file with you that is available in my Free Resource Library (get the password by filling out the form below).
Supplies Needed For This Project
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Decorating the Makeup Bags With Vinyl
Using my my 6″x7″ Cricut EasyPress2 for this project, I checked the Cricut Heat Guide to determine the temperature and time for the regular HTV and the glitter HTV.
Here’s a short video of the bags.
This is one of Lorie Nunnemaker’s designs. I created my own version, but she has this and some other designs for sale. Check out this link to her YouTube channel if you are interested in purchasing from her. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8_-P-Soemk&t=9s
Here is the design that is in Design Space.
These next two are the smaller bags from Amazon.
What do you think? Does this inspire you to make makeup bags with HTV (heat transfer vinyl)?
I’m curious, do you like creating designs in Cricut Design Space? Let me know in the comments below.
Until next time.
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P.S.S. Thinking about getting a Cricut and you aren’t sure which one to get, this article might help you in your decision making process. The Cricut Maker vs. The Cricut Explore Air 2.
You can get my free template for this card, available in my Free Resource Library (get the password by filling out the form below).