Cricut Maker Rotary Blade Happy Birthday Fabric Bunting DIY!

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Cricut Maker Rotary Blade Happy Birthday Fabric Bunting DIY!

Make the perfect fabric bunting for all the birthday's on your list!  This banner is easy to make using the Cricut Maker with the Rotary well as iron-on vinyl with the EasyPress 2.  Perfect to hang on the mantle or wall for every birthday.

Supplies Needed:

Cricut Maker (sorry, no other cutting machine can do this)
The Cricut Maker is unlike any other cutting machine.  It's powerful, it has the ultimate cutting ability and has incredible versatility!  The Cricut Maker has the Adaptive Tool System that allows use of the Rotary blade, knife blade, and scoring wheels.
Cricut Maker Machine
Cotton Fabric of your choice
Cricut Maker Rotary Blade
Iron-on Vinyl
Fabric Grip Pink Mat
This CDS Project File
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This is the rotary blade with housing.  It cuts fabric perfectly!
Place the fabric on the pink mat and insert the rotary blade in the Maker.
It cuts out the perfect little banners.
Repeat for each color of fabric.  Each pass cuts out 3 buntings...and you will need 13.
Then replace the fine point blade in the machine and cut the text out of iron-on vinyl.  Remember to mirror the image before cutting!
Weed the iron-on vinyl and heat up the EasyPress 2.
Place a single letter on top of a bunting piece.
Press with the EasyPress 2 for the recommended amount of time.
Let cool and peel back the plastic backing.
Repeat the process for each letter.  Then stack the lettered buntings onto another they are double layered.  At this point you can sew them together, treat the edges with fray check, adhere them together with liquid stitch...or just leave them as is.
Then thread a ribbon through the bunting holes.
You can make this one long banner...or 2 layers of buntings like mine.
Hang on hooks, the front door, the mantle, or on the table for the perfect birthday decoration!
Help all those birthdays feel special and effortless with this fabulous bunting.  Then store this in a zipper bag until the next birthday!  This will create a wonderful family tradition!
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