Monogram Cups

Happy Make It Monday Y’all!

Alright so a few weeks ago I went to a scrapbooking retreat that was an awesomeness time. While there a couple of the ladies talked about how they wanted to monogram their Yeti cups. Due to running out of time working on them there at the retreat I told them I would make them at home and then either mail them to them or I’m thinking now meeting them when my mom and I head down to Gulfport for another scrap retreat at the beginning of November. So today I will have the how-to my way but not necessarily the final product of the monogram cups. Let’s get started…

Monogram Cups

Things Needed:

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I tried out my initials first
  • Cricut Machine
  • Design Space
  • Cricut Mat
  • Vinyl
  • Cricut Tools
  • Transfer Paper
  • Scissors

Step #1:

Monogram Cups -- Visit CraftyJBird.com for more info... Before leaving the retreat we did talk about what color vinyl they wanted their monogramming to be in and they both chose the same color. We are talked about the letter order they wanted since these days I could use one way but they may want another way. The only thing we didn’t talk about is the font they wanted me to use. Since I have created my own personalized font I decided I would use it and then they would always remember who made their monogram cups. πŸ˜‚

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Step #2:

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The color vinyl they both decided on was teal so basically the same color I used for my Whale Mug a few weeks ago. Due to only have the one sheet available in that color — it was a sample pack I had purchased, I used a color I have lots of to test the size. Luckily, my dad has a couple of Yeti cups so I was able to measure out the size according to it. As you can see, the first couple cuts turned out to be the wrong size so I had to try it again. The third cut, I didn’t use a big enough piece pf vinyl even though I measured it out to be big enough.

Step #3:

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Once satisfied with the size, I was ready to cut in the teal vinyl. After the Cricut was finished doing it’s thing, I used my tool for weeding away the negative portion.

Step #4:

Even though I wasn’t putting the monograms on the cups yet, I went ahead and used the transfer paper to have it ready for them to put them on their cups.

Step #5:

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Here’s the ‘final’ product of what the cups would look like even though the monograms are quite on there yet.

There you go, another project done and cute monogram cups to go with you wherever you may go. Hope you enjoyed!

Have any questions about today’s monogram cups project? Please feel free to comment below and I’ll respond back as soon as possible! Thanks for visiting! Hope to see you again!

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