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How to DIY a Christmas Themed Desktop Board?
The holiday season is a great time to get creative and try out some new DIY projects. If you're looking for a festive way to decorate your desk, why not try making a Christmas-themed desktop board? Hang your finished board on the wall or prop it up on your desk for a cheerful way to spread holiday cheer. Whether you're looking for a fun activity to do with the kids or a unique way to dress up your work space, consider making a DIY Christmas-themed desktop board. It's sure to bring a smile to everyone who sees it. In this blog, I am going to show you how to use OFFNOVA adhesive vinyl to decorate the desktop board.
Time: 20 min
Download a design from the online svg/design platform (or you can design one by yourself). I used some rectangles and simple patterns to form this frame design at Canva.com.
Upload all design to Cricut Design Space (we have the Christmas frame, the snow and ‘Merry Christmas’ text in this DIY). Note: you don’t need to mirror the image.
Continue to let the machine cut the design out. Recommended settings for Cricut Maker3: cut pressure: 200/muti-cut: off/blade: fine-point. Note: the adhesive vinyl should be placed with carrier sheet side facing up. (That’s why we don’t need to mirror the design).
Weed out the excess part of the vinyl.
Cut out a transfer tape sheet the same size (or a little bit bigger) as the Christmas frame (the same for the snow and ‘Merry Christmas’ text).
Transfer the vinyl on the transfer tape sheet.
Transfer the vinyl on the blank desktop board. When I designed the frame, I adjusted it a little bigger than the desktop board frame so that I can make sure the edge can be fully covered by the vinyl.