WHAT YOU NEED
Kitchen Aid Mixer
Sure Cuts A Lot program
9 inch square of vinyl
LET'S GET CRAFTING
Step 1: Clean your Kitchen-Aid removing any grease and grime.
Step 2: Save the following picture.
Step 3:Open your SCAL program and trace the image.
Step 4: Resize image to roughly 8.25x8.25 (I did a 8.5 square and thought it was too big)
Step 5: Cut the file out using your cricut machine and vinyl
Step 6: Peel or weed the excess vinyl from the lettering. Don't forget the extra between your d's, a's p's, o's, and e's.
Step 7: Put transfer tape over the vinyl lettering image. Make sure you press hard using a popsicle stick or a spatula or something to get the vinyl to peel easily from it's backing.
Step 8: Remove vinyl from backing by lifting up the transfer tape. This can be tricky and take patience depending on the size of your image and letters.
Step 9: Carefully place and smooth onto your Kitchen Aid by rubbing image.
(forgot to take a picture for this step)