How to Make 8 Nights of Hanukkah Gift Bags with Cricut
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If you want to give gifts (large or small) for each of the 8 nights of Hanukkah this set of 8 numbers with the classic symbols is for you.
Ways to use the craft files:
- Use your Cricut or Silhouette and HTV to decorate gift bags that you can use year after year. Hang the bags on a ribbon or string to double as a decoration.
- Use the PNG files for sublimation, digital scrapbooking, cards and more.
- Etch on wine glasses and have a drink each night – so many ways to use these!
The letter sized pdf has all 8 numbers in 2″ x 3″ rectangles that are easy to print, cut and use for gift tags.
In this video you will learn how easy it is to use glitter HTV on cotton bags.
You will learn tips about when you can layer and press multiple colors of vinyl at once and when it’s just better to press twice. You will also learn when you do and don’t need to use a teflon sheet or parchment paper with your heat press.
SHORTCUTS TO SPECIFIC TOPICS:
01:14 Layer options for HTV
01:35 MerryMade Glitter HTV setup
02:09 HeatPress Bags to prep
02:38 Adding HTV to Bags
04:04 When you need to use a Teflon Sheet
05:02 When you can layer vinyl & press once
Make Gift Tags at home
If you don’t have a printer or also want to make paper gift tags, the bundle includes a letter-sized (8.5″ x 11″) PDF with all 8 numbers in 2″ x 3″ rectangles. Simply print, cut and punch a hole or tape to your gifts!
See all the Hanukkah craft designs I have available on DesignBundles or Etsy
🕎 Tara Reed
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