Dec 3 2021
DIY Personalized Cloth Napkins with Cricut
Post by sara albers

Creating new personalization options for our customers is a fresh way to add on a little something special to our shop items. See how we use our Cricut Maker 3 to add the special touch! See how we made DIY Personalized Cloth Napkins with Cricut.

napkins on plates

This post has been sponsored by Cricut. All thoughts and opinions are our own. 

We are excited to share how we use our Cricut Maker 3 to add initials and names to our cloth napkins and dish towels. This gives us the ability to offer new customization options in our shop. 

Our Cricut Maker 3 has become an invaluable tool when doing marketing for our e-commerce shop. We’ve created stickers for our packaging, a DIY banner as a thank you gift for our customers and now we’ve created a way to include an add-on option for some of our products. 

We feel like there are so many possibilities to add on more customized options and ideas for our customers. How cute would new linens be with the newlywed’s last name for a wedding gift?!

We’ll show you how easy it is to customize cloth napkins with your Cricut Maker 3.

napkin with name

How to make DIY Personalized Cloth Napkins with Cricut

Supplies:

Cricut Maker 3

Cricut basic tool set

Cricut everyday iron-on vinyl in black

Cloth Napkins

Cricut EasyPress 2

Cricut EasyPress mat

Cutting mat

Steps:

We love using the Cricut Design Suite, with so many fonts to choose from, it’s a breeze to find your look. We measured our napkins to figure out how big we wanted the names to be. Choose your font, we selected Didot, and then resize it to your preferred dimension. Make sure and mirror your image so it prints correctly.

Cut out the size of vinyl you need and put it glossy side down on your cutting mat. Insert into machine. Now it’s time to let the Maker 3 do its work!

Once the design is cut, slowly peel off vinyl and your design will be revealed. Using the tools, gently peel off any extra vinyl. 

Follow instructions now for your EasyPress 2. We went to the https://cricut.com/en_us/heatguide to find out all the details on temperature and time. After pre-pressing the fabric, it was so simple to press the design onto our canvas banner. It only took 15 seconds per side.

Once cool, peel the clear plastic off the design and your project is complete!

 

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