I can not believe we are halfway through October! That means its time for chi latte’s and pumpkin spice, so that’s why you need this Free Starbucks Inspired Disney Maleficent SVG! You will also learn how to layer vinyl in this post.
Layering vinyl is pretty easy, people tend to overthink it. I have made it extra easy in my Free Starbucks Inspired Disney Maleficent SVG, I made sure it has registration marks so you can easily overlap the layers.
Free Starbucks Inspired Disney Maleficent SVG
Bet you didn’t know you would be learning today how to layer vinyl, you thought you were coming to get a cool Free SVG, you are, but “you gone learn today!” too.
These Starbucks coffee-inspired SVG files are the perfect way to learn about layering. All you have to do is follow the directions closely, and you will be layering like a pro in no time.
What You’ll Need To Layer Vinyl
Here are some of the things that you will need to layer vinyl for this craft and others.
How many layers of vinyl can you layer?
I have layered as many as 5-6 layers on 1 project, the thing to keep in mind is that your design gets thicker with each layer. Also, some types of vinyl are thicker to it may take fewer layers to get to where its no longer attractive.
Can you layer vinyl on top of glitter vinyl?
Glitter has grains, which make it hard to layer on top of it, however, you can layer glitter vinyl over top of the regular adhesive.
I love a good and cheap project and this one will cost you less than $3 to make each 1! Yup, these are dollar tree mugs, and I just removed the words that were on the front and made it my own.
I can not live without coffee so these are one of my favorite things to make. Well, I love doing cups in general. I bet you’re tired of hearing me talk, so let’s get to it!
If you are looking for more projects with adhesive vinyl, you should check out my Cricut Halloween Doormat its a really fun and easy project. Also, be sure to take a look at the Halloween Wreath! Now you know how to layer vinyl for future crafts!
You will place the second layer on vinyl right on top of the first layer of vinyl. Take your time because once it is down, it is almost impossible to pull up and then not only will your top layer be ruined but also your bottom.
For best results, keep your design to four or fewer layers. With each applied layer, the design becomes thicker and stiffer and may not appear as desired. If possible, allow the liner area of inner and top layers to be large enough to cover the bottom layer.