Hey party peeps! I just got finished decorating my dining table this year for Christmas. I love changing my dining table for each season. This year, I’m decorating my entire house with a neutral colors and pops of red! Today I’m going to show you how you can create a PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS TABLESCAPE with Cricut by making personalized stocking utensil holders and personalized charger plates.
Adding personalized touches, for me, completes the table design. How fabulous does the table look?
MAKE YOUR OWN “BELIEVE” CHARGER PLATES & MONOGRAMMED STOCKING UTENSIL HOLDERS!
Personalizing your Christmas tablescape is super easy with the Cricut Explore Air™ 2 machine. Cricut has so many Ready to Make projects in Design Space that you can choose from to personalize your tablescape. I started with a blank slate with these silver chargers, snowflake patterned napkins and silver silverware. Let me show you how easy it is to transform these into personalized place settings.
Want to see how easy it is to make these? Let’s get started!
HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED:
– Cricut Explore Air™ 2 machine
– Cricut Adhesive Foil
– Cricut Glitter Vinyl
– Cricut Transfer Tape (gold)
– Cricut Weeding Tool
– Cricut Scraper Tool
– Cricut Design Space “Believe Plates” Project File
– silver charger plates
STEP 1 – Log In to Design Space + Load This Project!
Cricut has an online interface called Cricut Design Space™ that walks you through every step of your project and has many images and ready-to-make projects that you can make without having to do the design yourself. Log in to Cricut Design Space™ and click here to make this Believe Plate Project.
STEP 2 – Cut Your Project!
STEP 3 – Unload the Mat & Remove Your Design!
STEP 4 – Weed Your Designs!
STEP 5 – Cover Your Design with Transfer Paper!
Cut a piece of transfer paper big enough to cover all 4 of your words. Remove the liner and cover your design completely with the transfer paper. Using the scraper tool, rub over the top of the entire design so that the foil completely sticks to the transfer paper. Cut each of the words.
STEP 6 – Transfer Your Design to Your Plates!
Remove the transfer paper from the liner and place it in the center of a charger plate. Smooth it down firmly with the scraper tool. Then slowly peel the liner off the plate leaving your design on the plate. You’re done!
Add additional details with glitter vinyl. Here I added a white glitter vinyl snowflake to the pot of my table’s centerpiece. Awesome, right?
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