Happily Ever After Blog Hop – Cricut Imagine Printed Vinyl Horse & Carriage

Printable Vinyl Horse and Carriage

I spent time (like many people) watching the Royal Wedding last Friday.  The best part of it?  Watching it with my daughter!! 🙂  So, here is my Royal Wedding horse and carriage made of out printable vinyl using my Cricut Imagine.  I have to say, my horse is cooler than any I saw in the actual wedding.  Whaddya think? 😀

I used the Formal Occasions Cricut cartridge for the horse and carriage.  Using my Cricut Imagine and the Imagine Audrey art cartridge, I was able to color plain white printable vinyl with pattern and color.  It was perfect for me because I didn’t have the exact colors I wanted to use.

You can see all of the things that we’ll be printing and cutting out.

Everything is cut at 3 1/2″.  I’m using Cricut Imagine Printable Vinyl.  Want to know more about using vinyl?  Check out my Cricut Vinylology DVD! 😀

Next I’ll weed the vinyl and then layer it.  By the way, it’s advisable to use a cutting mat when using a craft knife, unless you’d like to cut directly into your table.  Not that I’d know anything about that. 😛  Uh…that table is no longer scratch free.

Those printed layers are so pretty I hate to cover them up, but I must.

It’s looking good!  One layer left and we’re all done.  Did you notice that I had to pull the blue seat back up so I could lay down the horse?  Yep.  It was getting late and Super Joy was super sleepy.  LOL!

Ta Da!  All finished.  You can stick your vinyl to lots of things.  I put mine on the door in my new craft space. 😀

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# tmdettloff Says:
May 2nd, 2011 at 2:19 AM e

hahaha! Thanks for the laugh, I am so glad you looked at it long enough for it turn into a shoe so we could see it completed 🙂  Very cute project as always Joy. I think I am finally going to have to cave and try your Beacon glue…I have been using Scotch and they changed the tip 🙁 Its a hot mess now…well for me anyway.
Theresa



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52 Comments

  1. Such a clever project – TFS!
    Mama LoveBug from LoveBug Creations
    pam_lash at yahoo dot com

  2. So very cute. I love the paper you used!
    bluebird1018 at gmail dot com

  3. Adorable, Joy!! Let’s see some pictures of your new craft space… 🙂

  4. This is beautiful!! I love the horse w/ that pattern!!
    Thanks for the chance to win
    reissfam10 at aol dot com

  5. Your horse is far better looking than any horse in the royal wedding. Love the project, as usual, and I just love blog hopping. Thanks for the chance to win.

  6. Awesome as usual Joy! Been a follower for a good while and have sent several folks to you (and I learned so much from the vinylogoy DVD).
    can’t wait to see tomorrow
    dea at mcfarland1 dot com

  7. love that horse… i used vinyl to do easter eggs this year putting the names on them while dying them worked great didnt come off while dying and the names where perfect cut with the cricut

  8. I just love your horse and carriage, so beautiful, colors are perfect, thanks so much for the chance to win!

    1. Hey CardMonkey/Ellen,
      I’m still moving into my new space. Well, I guess I’m pretty much in it now, but I’m just beginning to figure out how I want to set it up. 😉 Today I did something totally un-craft related to it. I switched out the door handles. 🙂 I’m taking photos along the way so I can share them when I have more done. 😉
      ~Joy~

  9. Love the Horse and Carriage!!! Love all the colors! I too spent my entire Friday watching the Royal Wedding with my Mom! No one else I would have wanted to watch it with! Thanks for sharing and thanks for the chance to win!

  10. Love the horse and carriage. You do such beautiful work. Thanks for sharing your talents with us.

    scrapbooknut67114 at gmail dot com

  11. Oh I am so excited! A little bird told me that I am getting a Cricut Imagine for Mother’s Day! It never occured to me that i could print on white vinyl!

    I have joined your mailing list and “liked” you on Facebook. Thanks! Looking forward to your next project!

    america57@comcast.net

  12. Very pretty project! Printable vinyl,, now that is too cool. Thanks for sharing. joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

  13. OMGosh I cant believe they have printable vinyl!!! So love this!
    TFS
    Theresa

  14. Being able to print vinyl is the one thing that kind of makes me want an Imagine. But I can’t justify the price with just that!

  15. Ohh How awesome. I just bought this cart last week for my son’s Prom pics. Thanks for sharing
    Trish
    krazykcrafters at msn dot com

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