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Friday, October 20, 2017

Metallic Tardis Pillow with Cricut Explore Air 2!

I used supplies from Cricut for this post as part of their blogger team.
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All opinions and designs are my own.
 Metallic Tardis Pillow with Cricut Explore Air™ 2 machine!
Throw pillows are the stuffed animals of adult women, right!?  They are so fun.
I went to a conference back in April and was happy to attend a special Cricut event the first evening.  I fell in love with a certain pillow they had.  See that cute fish!?  I love the split in thirds look.
So I designed this awesome third split Tardis.
Just right click to save it off, personal use only.
You will also need:
Square pillow case
Royal Blue Metallic Iron On Vinyl
iron
Cricut Explore Air 2



Okay, once the png is saved off, upload it into Cricut Design Space™
 I sized it so it would fill the entire 12 x 12 inch square.
Then click the button to "mirror image" so it will cut the iron on vinyl correctly.
You will also need a pillow case.  Mine is 16 x 16 inches, but the extra space is fine.
Iron it flat.
Weed out the excess vinyl.  This is a complicated weeding.
If you have a Cricut Bright Pad, that would make it much easier.  Just take your time and make sure you are getting out the right pieces.
Then place the iron on vinyl plastic side up on the pillow case.
Iron on medium for a couple minutes.  If you have a press it would be easier, but iron's great too.
Let it cool, then peel back the plastic.  If the iron-on isn't adhered, re-iron and cool again.
Looks awesome!
I love the details and the inverse combination.
Stuff the case with a pillow and enjoy your new geeky pillow!
Such a fun DIY!
Share with another Doctor Who fan!
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Don't have a Cricut Explore Air™ 2 machine yet?
Check out this post!


For more details on the Cricut, click here.
(the Cricut Maker is amazing but in no way makes the Cricut Explore Air obsolete)




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