Using my Cricut Explore Air 2 I DIYed this stellar baby shower sash. It took me under an hour and cost under $10.
Find the DIY sash I used here, it’s a two pack for $15 ordered from Amazon. There are lots of options and other colours if you want to do something a little more personalised.
I used Oracle 651 permanent vinyl. This isn’t typically used on fabric but because the sash is silky the HTV wouldn’t stick. I hate the cricut transfer tape, instead I use painter’s tape and so far it’s worked excellently. I did iron it on low heat with parchment paper between the iron and the sash. It’s attached well but it won’t survive a laundering, so keep that in mind.
(Please ignore the toilet, lol.) I think it turned out perfect! And the Mother-to-be liked it so much she wore it to her other baby shower too!
If you would like to make this project too, find my Design Space Project here.