One of the easiest ways to update a space is by adding some simple vinyl sticker decals to the wall. It’s great for a rental space too, as you can just remove them when you need to. Being able to make my own vinyl stickers is one of my favourite things about die-cutting and by far what I use my machines for the most.
Geometric Wall Vinyl DIY
To make things extra easy for you, I’ve included the link below to take you directly to the project saved on Cricut Design Space. Alternatively, there is also an SVG that you can download and upload straight into Design Space or other cutting software.
What you need
Die-cutting machine (This project would work on any of the Cricut machines)
Cricut project link – https://design.cricut.com/landing/project-detail/610927ded0d3b40d3419ba74
SVG – file download here
What to do
For the Cricut Project – Simply click on the project link above to open it in Cricut Design Space. The link will open in a browser. Click “Open” to open your Cricut Design Space. Once Design Space is open, the project should open in a pop-up window. Then click “Make it”.
Using SVG – In a new project in Design Space, click upload on the left of the screen. Upload the saved SVG and insert it to your canvas.
Load up some removable vinyl into your machine and cut away.
Peel your vinyl stickers off the vinyl backing and place them on a clean, dry wall. If you need to move them around a bit, that’s usually OK. But they will lose some stickiness if you try to move them around too much. Once all in place, press them down firmly onto the wall.
Note: Be sure to wait at least two weeks after a fresh coat of paint before applying vinyl stickers. If you apply the stickers too soon they may not stick for as long.