Cutting small vinyl letters with cricut

Sep 15, 2017 · Place your adhesive-back vinyl on your cutting mat with the paper backing side facing down. Press the vinyl with your fingers to adhere it to the tacky surface of the cutting mat. This will keep the vinyl from shifting while cutting. Insert your theme cartridge into the Cricut. Make sure to go super slowly and keep a close eye on all of the small letters. In the video, I mention that I cut this a lot smaller than Cricut would recommend cutting… but if you know me… you know I like testing the limits. I was very impressed to see how well the Cricut cut the StarCraft vinyl, but you do have to weed it super slowly so ... Have you ever cut smaller text on your Cricut machine and had the little letters pop off the vinyl and get all messed up? Cutting small thin fonts can be a c... Have you ever cut smaller text on your Cricut machine and had the little letters pop off the vinyl and get all messed up? Cutting small thin fonts can be a c... Have you ever cut smaller text on your Cricut machine and had the little letters pop off the vinyl and get all messed up? Cutting small thin fonts can be a c... Have you ever cut smaller text on your Cricut machine and had the little letters pop off the vinyl and get all messed up? Cutting small thin fonts can be a c... Make sure to go super slowly and keep a close eye on all of the small letters. In the video, I mention that I cut this a lot smaller than Cricut would recommend cutting… but if you know me… you know I like testing the limits. I was very impressed to see how well the Cricut cut the StarCraft vinyl, but you do have to weed it super slowly so ... Have you ever cut smaller text on your Cricut machine and had the little letters pop off the vinyl and get all messed up? Cutting small thin fonts can be a c... Have you ever cut smaller text on your Cricut machine and had the little letters pop off the vinyl and get all messed up? Cutting small thin fonts can be a c... Hi DBO. I am not what you would call an experienced operator, but I cut vinyl for the most part, not much paper to speak of. I am also not literate in the size of a font just by the "pt". How small exactly is the smallest you have cut in inches or millimeters. I have cut lettering as small as 1/8 inch without them lifting. Have you ever cut smaller text on your Cricut machine and had the little letters pop off the vinyl and get all messed up? Cutting small thin fonts can be a c... Have you ever cut smaller text on your Cricut machine and had the little letters pop off the vinyl and get all messed up? Cutting small thin fonts can be a c... Make sure to go super slowly and keep a close eye on all of the small letters. In the video, I mention that I cut this a lot smaller than Cricut would recommend cutting… but if you know me… you know I like testing the limits. I was very impressed to see how well the Cricut cut the StarCraft vinyl, but you do have to weed it super slowly so ... 60˚ blades are fine for intermediate and cast vinyl. They are usually needed when cutting thicker material such as reflective vinyl. 60˚ blades are also recommended when cutting small details or very small letters. Hi DBO. I am not what you would call an experienced operator, but I cut vinyl for the most part, not much paper to speak of. I am also not literate in the size of a font just by the "pt". How small exactly is the smallest you have cut in inches or millimeters. I have cut lettering as small as 1/8 inch without them lifting. Hi DBO. I am not what you would call an experienced operator, but I cut vinyl for the most part, not much paper to speak of. I am also not literate in the size of a font just by the "pt". How small exactly is the smallest you have cut in inches or millimeters. I have cut lettering as small as 1/8 inch without them lifting. 60˚ blades are fine for intermediate and cast vinyl. They are usually needed when cutting thicker material such as reflective vinyl. 60˚ blades are also recommended when cutting small details or very small letters. Hi DBO. I am not what you would call an experienced operator, but I cut vinyl for the most part, not much paper to speak of. I am also not literate in the size of a font just by the "pt". How small exactly is the smallest you have cut in inches or millimeters. I have cut lettering as small as 1/8 inch without them lifting. Make sure to go super slowly and keep a close eye on all of the small letters. In the video, I mention that I cut this a lot smaller than Cricut would recommend cutting… but if you know me… you know I like testing the limits. I was very impressed to see how well the Cricut cut the StarCraft vinyl, but you do have to weed it super slowly so ... 60˚ blades are fine for intermediate and cast vinyl. They are usually needed when cutting thicker material such as reflective vinyl. 60˚ blades are also recommended when cutting small details or very small letters. Make sure to go super slowly and keep a close eye on all of the small letters. In the video, I mention that I cut this a lot smaller than Cricut would recommend cutting… but if you know me… you know I like testing the limits. I was very impressed to see how well the Cricut cut the StarCraft vinyl, but you do have to weed it super slowly so ... Sep 15, 2017 · Place your adhesive-back vinyl on your cutting mat with the paper backing side facing down. Press the vinyl with your fingers to adhere it to the tacky surface of the cutting mat. This will keep the vinyl from shifting while cutting. Insert your theme cartridge into the Cricut. 60˚ blades are fine for intermediate and cast vinyl. They are usually needed when cutting thicker material such as reflective vinyl. 60˚ blades are also recommended when cutting small details or very small letters. Sep 15, 2017 · Place your adhesive-back vinyl on your cutting mat with the paper backing side facing down. Press the vinyl with your fingers to adhere it to the tacky surface of the cutting mat. This will keep the vinyl from shifting while cutting. Insert your theme cartridge into the Cricut. 60˚ blades are fine for intermediate and cast vinyl. They are usually needed when cutting thicker material such as reflective vinyl. 60˚ blades are also recommended when cutting small details or very small letters.

Hi DBO. I am not what you would call an experienced operator, but I cut vinyl for the most part, not much paper to speak of. I am also not literate in the size of a font just by the "pt". How small exactly is the smallest you have cut in inches or millimeters. I have cut lettering as small as 1/8 inch without them lifting. Sep 15, 2017 · Place your adhesive-back vinyl on your cutting mat with the paper backing side facing down. Press the vinyl with your fingers to adhere it to the tacky surface of the cutting mat. This will keep the vinyl from shifting while cutting. Insert your theme cartridge into the Cricut. Make sure to go super slowly and keep a close eye on all of the small letters. In the video, I mention that I cut this a lot smaller than Cricut would recommend cutting… but if you know me… you know I like testing the limits. I was very impressed to see how well the Cricut cut the StarCraft vinyl, but you do have to weed it super slowly so ... Make sure to go super slowly and keep a close eye on all of the small letters. In the video, I mention that I cut this a lot smaller than Cricut would recommend cutting… but if you know me… you know I like testing the limits. I was very impressed to see how well the Cricut cut the StarCraft vinyl, but you do have to weed it super slowly so ... 60˚ blades are fine for intermediate and cast vinyl. They are usually needed when cutting thicker material such as reflective vinyl. 60˚ blades are also recommended when cutting small details or very small letters. Have you ever cut smaller text on your Cricut machine and had the little letters pop off the vinyl and get all messed up? Cutting small thin fonts can be a c... Have you ever cut smaller text on your Cricut machine and had the little letters pop off the vinyl and get all messed up? Cutting small thin fonts can be a c... Hi DBO. I am not what you would call an experienced operator, but I cut vinyl for the most part, not much paper to speak of. I am also not literate in the size of a font just by the "pt". How small exactly is the smallest you have cut in inches or millimeters. I have cut lettering as small as 1/8 inch without them lifting. 60˚ blades are fine for intermediate and cast vinyl. They are usually needed when cutting thicker material such as reflective vinyl. 60˚ blades are also recommended when cutting small details or very small letters. Hi DBO. I am not what you would call an experienced operator, but I cut vinyl for the most part, not much paper to speak of. I am also not literate in the size of a font just by the "pt". How small exactly is the smallest you have cut in inches or millimeters. I have cut lettering as small as 1/8 inch without them lifting. Have you ever cut smaller text on your Cricut machine and had the little letters pop off the vinyl and get all messed up? Cutting small thin fonts can be a c... 60˚ blades are fine for intermediate and cast vinyl. They are usually needed when cutting thicker material such as reflective vinyl. 60˚ blades are also recommended when cutting small details or very small letters. Make sure to go super slowly and keep a close eye on all of the small letters. In the video, I mention that I cut this a lot smaller than Cricut would recommend cutting… but if you know me… you know I like testing the limits. I was very impressed to see how well the Cricut cut the StarCraft vinyl, but you do have to weed it super slowly so ... Make sure to go super slowly and keep a close eye on all of the small letters. In the video, I mention that I cut this a lot smaller than Cricut would recommend cutting… but if you know me… you know I like testing the limits. I was very impressed to see how well the Cricut cut the StarCraft vinyl, but you do have to weed it super slowly so ... Make sure to go super slowly and keep a close eye on all of the small letters. In the video, I mention that I cut this a lot smaller than Cricut would recommend cutting… but if you know me… you know I like testing the limits. I was very impressed to see how well the Cricut cut the StarCraft vinyl, but you do have to weed it super slowly so ... Make sure to go super slowly and keep a close eye on all of the small letters. In the video, I mention that I cut this a lot smaller than Cricut would recommend cutting… but if you know me… you know I like testing the limits. I was very impressed to see how well the Cricut cut the StarCraft vinyl, but you do have to weed it super slowly so ... Hi DBO. I am not what you would call an experienced operator, but I cut vinyl for the most part, not much paper to speak of. I am also not literate in the size of a font just by the "pt". How small exactly is the smallest you have cut in inches or millimeters. I have cut lettering as small as 1/8 inch without them lifting.