DIY Iced Coffee Glasses

I am obsessed with my Cricut Joy and I’m always looking for new DIY ideas and ways to use it.

Do you know what else I love? Iced Coffee!

So I decided to put the of them together and make some iced coffee glasses with custom designs.

What I Used:

I used clear beer glasses for this project! They are the perfect size and work great for iced coffee!

I got all of my material set up before getting started, including the Cricut machine, the vinyl, the transfer tape, the cutting tool and

I used the Cricut Design Space app on my laptop to find and choose the designs the I wanted to use. There are also apps for your phone and other devices but I just find it easiest to use my laptop.

There are thousands of different designs you can search through to find what you’re looking for and you can even upload your own custom designs. I found my favorites and connected my laptop to the Cricut Joy with bluetooth to send the designs to be printed onto the vinyl.

There are tons of colors of vinyl you can buy for your projects, but I just wanted something simple so I’m using white. It will look great when filled with coffee!

Once the designs were printed on the vinyl, I peeled them off and rubbed the designs onto the transfer tape. I used the scraper tool on the smaller designs to make sure I didn’t tear them while peeling them off.
Then I used the transfer tape with the designs to place them where I wanted on the glasses and pressed them on! It was so simple and I had so much fun to getting creative with these designs!

They came out so good and will be such a great added touch to start my day when making my morning coffee! I want to make a million more of them with all of the other awesome designs the Design Space has preloaded!

This was such a fun and simple project! You don’t need many tools and it’s totally beginner friendly! The Cricut Joy is compact and super easy to use!

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