The fishing enthusiast in your life will be excited to know that the Cricut machine can create car decals, like this DIY Fishing Car Decal! This post includes affiliate links, which when purchased through, add no cost to the consumer but provide this site with a small commission.
I know that many of my awesome readers identify as being a maker and come here for creative projects. I’m happy to be bringing you a crafty project today- a simple DIY Fishing Car Decal. Have you ever wondered how to make a car decal with your Cricut or other cutting machine? I’m show you how! For this project, instead of heading to the store and purchasing a car decal, I decided to use items that I already had to make it.
DIY Fishing Car Decal Supplies:
- Cricut machine
- Cutting mat
- Premium outdoor vinyl
- Transfer tape
- Weeding tool
- Scraper tool or old credit/rewards card for applying decal
How to Make
Open up Cricut Design Space. If you are using Cricut Design Space like I am in the project, you can click HERE to grab my project file to make it super easy! If not, design your decal, making sure to measure the place where you wish to place the decal.
Cut the design on the cutting mat with the premium outdoor vinyl.
Use the weeding tool to remove the vinyl within the design that doesn’t belong.
Set the design aside until you wish to apply the decal. Once you are ready to apply the decal to your vehicle, clean the window area thoroughly. Let it dry.
Grab the decal. Cut a piece of transfer tape the same size as the decal.
Peel the liner from the transfer tape. Apply the transfer tape to the decal.
Use the scraper tool to gently press the vinyl to the transfer tape. Pull the liner from the back of the vinyl.
Position the decal on the window and carefully apply, using the scraper tool to adhere. Remove the transfer tape.
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