Are there any “Misses” in your life that you’re kissing goodbye? If so, you might want to make this darling plaque for her to commemorate her last days of being single. Perfect for a bridal shower or bachelorette party, all the ladies kiss the tray so that anytime the bride-to-be needs to feel a little love, she can gaze upon her tray of kisses from her favorites. Our custom, hand-lettered “kiss the miss” .SVG cut file is only $1.99 in our shop, which means you can cut it out and put it on anything your heart desires!
Upload To Design Space
Use our custom SVG “kiss the miss goodbye” file to create this darling plaque. Upload to Design Space, add to your canvas, size to fit your project, color to match your vinyl, and cut!
Let Your Cricut Work It’s Magic
Weed The Designs
Weed, (aka. remove) all the excess vinyl that isn’t a part of your design. Using the Cricut weeding tools makes the removal of intricate pieces super easy.
Transfer tape is the BEST and if you’ve never used it, you must try it. Basically you transfer your new vinyl sticker from it’s white base to a clear film so you can properly position it on it’s final resting place. Cut a piece of transfer tape just larger than your designs, peel and evenly smooth on top of the vinyl. The peel away the white backing.
Adhere The Designs
Finally, the fun part. Removing the white vinyl backer sheet leaves just the clear transfer tape and your design. Now place your new sticker on top of the plaque, in the center and gently burnish with the scraping tool. Next, pull away the transfer tape to reveal the woods new look!
Seal To Save
After the lipsticks have dried for at least 72 hours, you can seal the plaque with a clear sealer, gloss or matte – your choice. This way the kisses won’t smear!
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DIY Tutorial Credits
Photography + DIY Tutorial: Jen Causey of Something Turquoise // Round Wooden Plaque: Hobby Lobby, sorry couldn’t find it online! // All Cricut Supplies: courtesy of Cricut // Krylon Matte Finish Spray: Amazon // Nail Polish: OPI – Withstands the Test of Thyme
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