Hello there friends, it’s Ellen here with a DIY Suncatcher Window Cling Tutorial! Today I am sharing two different ways to make suncatchers. Both techniques are super easy to make, so let’s jump to it.
Before I start, I’d like to share all of the PCC products used. In this post, I’m using: “Kindness Rainbow Retro”, “Great Day Retro”, “Spread Sunshine Retro” and “Let the Good Times Roll” SVG File. The first technique is to print and cut onto “Window Cling”.
You can buy different Window Clings to print on. If you use a Cricut you can “flatten” the image to make the SVG a printable and cuttable file. (You can find the Flatten button on the bottom right of the Layers panel in Design Space.)
After it’s printed you can cut it with your machine.
This clear window cling creates pretty removable window cling designs.
But to be honest, I like the second technique the most; using suncatcher vinyl.
First, you cut the outline/offset of the design from suncatcher vinyl (this vinyl has a rainbow glass/holographic cover. It sticks on glass and is removable). After you cut the outline you start cutting all elements from the SVG with normal vinyl and simply attach all layers onto the outline/offset.
The sun will create rainbow magic across your walls! I love it!
What is your favorite technique?
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