Friday, September 8, 2017

DIY Stencils With Your Cricut Machine

Hello everyone!
For those of you interested in materials to cut your own stencils, techniques and tips, this is a post for you, plus free stencil designs!
Sorry for the long video, but I wanted to cover a lot of stuff so you could choose which material is best for you. Also I wanted to share some techniques to embellish your projects or create backgrounds and texture.


The ZIP file you can download at the end of this post contains all 5 stencil designs shown on the video in SVG format for you to cut on your machine:

Mandala Large Design Stencil

Brick Wall Stencil (Small and Large Version)

Heart Mandala Stencil

Lylium Mandala Stencil

Naga - Mandala Stencil
All of these are hand made designs and are free for personal use.

Links for most of the supplies used on the video are at the end of this blog post and in the video description.
If you have any questions, tips or suggestions, please leave a comment below.
Thanks for watching.
Enjoy!



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6 comments:

  1. when i try to donate with your paypal button it doesn't go anywhere. just an fyi. love the files. thank you

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    1. Hi!
      I just fixed some things on the file so they can load better on MTC software. Try it now. If it doesn´t work, send me an email to omar@awesomesvgs.com and I'll try to help.
      :)

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  2. My favorite material to cut (non-adhesive) stencils from is the plastic from poly-plastic folders in the school supplies section. During Target back to school clearance I got the folders for a penny a piece and each folder is basically two sheets of material. They cut perfectly in the Cricut Explore. I use my stencils primarily with paper and pen or with paper and distress inks.

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