When doodles become real-life things you love!
Doing a happy (Halloween) dance over this cute reusable straw cup. My little girls love it and I love having a fun new cup that’s festive enough without making me cringe (you know me an Halloween, ha).
Here is the image you can save and use in cricut design space:
Watch me write it below!
“Witches Brew” hand lettering image turned into a cut file
1. Upload file into cricut design space. Save it as a cut file.
2. Deselect all the white areas.
3. Setup cricut machine to vinyl settings and cut.
4. Remove or “weed” the waste vinyl.
5. Use a piece of transfer paper/tape to add the vinyl to you cup. If you need help with this click over to my other water bottle tutorial for the same technique here.
If you use this fun Halloween file to make a Witches Brew cup (or anything else) I’d love it if you shared a pic and tagged me (@sweetersidemom) so I could see!
Halfway through October, people!
I 100% read that as B***ches brew! The W is very similar to the b below it, but I love this idea!
It’s a pretty clear W to me haha but you could always hand letter it yourself and change the writing style!
Jacquie I really adore the font that you used here! Thank you for the helpful tutorial and video so we can replicate something similar! Love the witches brew too 🙂
Thank you! It’s not a font though, it’s my own handwriting!
Kelly Case says
This is super cute Jacquie! I love any excuse to get out my cricut around the holidays! Thanks for the great tutorial!
Let me start by saying this is adorable and I love it!!! Now the “but” part… Shouldn’t it say “witch’s brew” indicating possession instead of plural of witch? Just seems like it should be. Either way it’s so cute!!! I love your hand lettering style!!!!!
Yeah I’m not a grammar pro- I honestly don’t know. I meant it sort of as the plural of witch so maybe it should be witches’?? but I’m not entirely sure. I see it all over pinterest with and without apostrophes haha.