Saturday, April 7, 2012
Recently I was asked to do a School sign which would adhere to the inside of their front windows.
I searched to find any tutorial for Reversing Letters for Vinyl adhesive but was unsuccessful in finding anything listed on You Tube or the Cricut web site. After speaking with a Cricut rep on How To proceed with using my Cricut expressions machine and their Vinyl adhesive and receiving a negative answer to such a tutorial on Reverse Lettering, I decided to make a video reference for anyone wanting to work with vinyl adhesive for the inside of a car or building window. Here is my tips and tricks. If you have succeeded in doing this, please comment on this blog as to any tips or tricks you might have learnt. Thank you.....Blessings
The letters which were to be placed onto the red shadow welded letters were not welded and as you see here they were also Flipped horizontally on the 12 X 24" mat.. This helped to line up the individual letters on the red shadow welded letters.
I cut out the individual letters. Using the backing and Non-adhesive side of the vinyl it was easy to
trim a small margin around each letter.