LEGO Vinyl Minifigure Tote Cricut Explore Air 2

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LEGO Vinyl Minifigure Tote with Cricut Explore Air 2.  I love this little spaceman.  I love the character Benny on The Lego Movie.  He's adorable.  Minifigures are my favorite part of any Lego Set.  If that is the case for you, Lego has some perfect sets that are just filled with minifigures.
Each set has 15 minifigures!
Check out these:

Lego: Fun in the Park
 Look at the range of minifigures!  Adorable short legged kids, bikes, wheel chair, hot dog stand and check out that adorable baby!  This is the set I'm buying myself for Christmas!  :)  I love it!

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Lego: Fun at the Beach
Look at the metal detector guy, the dolphin, sandcastle, hammock chair, lifeguard tower and ice cream!  This is a must buy set--I need it!

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Well let's get on with this darling tote bag!  This would make a great party favor or even a handmade gift bag for the holidays.  Great for library books!
You will need to upload the png files of the Spaceman fig into Cricut Design Space.
**I've got the files on this post for you to save off and use for personal use**

Change the colors to the colors of heat transfer/iron on vinyl you are using.
Then you simply have to click the "make it" button and it will tell you which color of vinyl to place on the mat and then cut it, change to the next color, cut and so on.
It works so quickly and easily.  I set it to light cardstock because my iron on is thick.
Continue cutting all the colors of iron on vinyl.
Don't they look great!?
Now cut around the images and save the extra vinyl for another project.
Weed off the outside vinyl of each image.
They are ready to iron on.  Get your canvas bag ready.
If you have a heat press, lucky you!  Otherwise, an iron works great.
Place the vinyl, plastic side up on the bag, cover with a teflon sheet (or tea towel) and iron for 20 seconds in each place.  Check how well it is adhering and iron longer if necessary.
Allow it to cool and remove the plastic.  Then add the next layers of vinyl.
The face and the white outline of the logo can be ironed at the same time.  Cover with teflon and press.
Cool and remove plastic.
Add the next 2 layers...the eyes/smile and the orange planet.
Cover with teflon, press with iron and cool, then remove the plastic.
Finally add the red shuttle and iron again.
Remove plastic and let cool completely.
Now the bag is ready for gifting or enjoying!
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E. Principio said…
I love your Benny bag! We are going to legoland and want to make shirts with lego characters for the family. I am wondering if you had a video on how you made your templates? Thanks for sharing your work!