Fun Cricut Projects for your next Camping Adventure
Every year before our first camping trip I always do some fun Cricut projects to take with us on our adventures. This year I did these three!
Personalized Camping Chairs
I measured the space I had for each chair.
In Design Space I inserted the text and picked the font. I then sized it accordingly. I made them the same color so that I could use my two scrap pieces of vinyl on the same mat. When I went to cut I made sure that the design was where my vinyl was on my mat.
After it was cut I weeded each name. I placed the first one on the chair and lined it up.
I used my Easy Press mini for this one as it was a smaller area and I didn’t know if my 9x9 would fit.
The next chair I lined it up the same.
This time I used my Easy Press 2 as I had more space to work with.
After both were cool I peeled back the transfer sheet.
My kids loved that they had their own personalized camping chair!
Camper Silverware Tray
I bought this tray at the dollar store and it just so happened to fit one of our camper drawers perfectly! I wanted to dress it up a little bit tho.
I found the images right in Design Space for the knife, fork, and spoon.
I measured the space for each utensil and sized them accordingly on my canvas.
I cut them each out of the Permanent vinyl and used transfer tape to place them in the spots. I also liked the happy camper image so I ended up using that as well.
I have made some fun camping shirts for myself in the past and wanted to include my kids in the fun tradition this year.
I uploaded the camping SVGs into Design Space and sized them to the shirt that they would be going on.
I placed the vinyl shiny side down on my standard grip mat and had the Cricut cut out each design.
I used my Easy Press to transfer the vinyl onto each shirt.
We rocked our new shirts for our first camping adventure this year!
*Making memories one campsite at a time.