If you’re a plant mom like me, this DIY funny plant pot decal should definitely be on the list of things to make with your Cricut Explore 3.
I’m notoriously bad for under watering my plants… I’m also notoriously bad for over watering my plants… So this DIY funny plant pot decal is really on brand for plant motherhood in this house.
This DIY project was so quick and easy, you’re going to want to adorn every planter in your house with a funny plant pot decal!
Get to know the Cricut Explore 3
I have very few complaints about my Cricut Maker, and yet somehow Cricut was still able to come out with new machines that improved in ways I didn’t even realize I needed!
The Cricut Explore 3 uses Smart Materials, clever crafting materials that work without a cutting mat, so you can just load the material directly into your Cricut Explore 3 (or Cricut Maker 3) machine and go. Smart Materials come in a variety of material types, including Smart Vinyl, Smart Iron-On, Smart Paper Sticker Cardstock, and more.
Upgrading your machine? No problem! The Cricut Explore 3 can still cut your favourite non-smart vinyl materials using a mat.
When using Smart Materials, the Cricut Explore 3 can cut two times faster than Cricut Maker and Cricut Explore Air 2’s faster mode! Now you can get your DIY on smarter and faster than ever!
Another new feature is the Cricut Roll Holder. This accessory attaches to your machine to keep up to 75 feet of rolled material aligned for clean, precise cuts. The built-in trimmer ensures a straight edge every time with less wasted materials.
What you need
How to make a funny plant pot decal
The steps are quite easy for this project. I chose a design from Cricut Design Space, added it to my canvas, resized for the proper height of my plant pot, loaded the materials and hit go! The rest basically worked itself out!
Not having to fight with lining up the vinyl on the mat was a dream, but so was how fast this machine cuts! I was honestly blown away! Anything that nets this momma some time back in the day is a win!
Weed your project, slap on some transfer tape and transfer your project onto your plant pot.
If that’s not one of the easiest DIY projects I’ve ever done, I don’t know what is!
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