I’m having one of those weeks…well one of those months actually. My 17 year old dishwasher and washing machine are on their last leg, the dryer sounded like a machine gun, and we have a bath tub leaking between the walls. To top it all off, my husband and I are in the process of ordering new windows and doors for the entire house. Cha-ching!
The sayings on this pouch and mug are perfect for me right now.
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I found this cute zip pouch at Tuesday Morning. It’s the perfect size for holding a few “minis” to take to a cook out. The red much makes it a great matching set.
- Zipper Pouch
- Plastic Mug
- Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Machine
- Red Heat Transfer Vinyl
- White Adhesive Vinyl
- Transfer Tape
I was having trouble coming up with a witty saying for the zipper pouch, so I headed to Pinterest. “Go where the WIFI is weak and the run is Strong” caught my eye. Oh how I’d like to be somewhere like this today! I made my design in Cricut Design Space™. The design is difficult to read in the photos, but it shows up much better in real life.
Make sure you cut click the “Mirror Image” button before cutting heat transfer vinyl. Yep, I’ve made that mistake more than once! For detailed instructions on apply heat transfer vinyl, take a look at this Glitter T-Shirt that I made.
I love the classic combination of the red, white, and blue. With all of our household problems lately, “adulting is bullshit” really speaks to me! Being an adult is hard work. I used a simple font for the quote.
If you’ve never used transfer tape to apply vinyl, I have a step by step tutorial with a video that will help you navigate the process.
This set would be a great gift. I have lots of friends and family members who would love this!
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