How to create a large vinyl wall decal in Cricut Design Space.

How to create a large vinyl wall decal in Cricut Design Space.


53 thoughts on “How to create a large vinyl wall decal in Cricut Design Space.

  1. Thank you for sharing this! I just got asked by a friend for a larger than mat project (Not this large though lol) and I wasn't sure how to do it until I saw this! <3

  2. If you had put the boxes across the top you could select them and duplicate them and move the group down to the next section right, saves some time

  3. Awesome job! I'm encouraged to try something like this, but on a smaller scale for my first try. Thanks for this tutorial!

  4. That is gorgeous! I have made large images that had to be sliced before. However, it never once occurred to me to put the rectangles/squares behind the image then slice, change the color, then number them. Mine were only images for a sock hop crop, for a Facebook group I help run. They were made of cardstock. It was a long process. But you have definitely showed me a much easier way to manage a large image. I will be trying this in the near future. THANK YOU FOR SHARING!

  5. Awesome video!! Would love to see it done with silhouette cameo if thats possible. Thanks again for sharing!!

  6. Fantastic, i thinking do this proyect but no have idea about the proccess. What tipe vinil use?? And what position for the vinil, for moment to cut.

  7. Wow that was amazing. I did a little wall decal that was only 2'*4' (so only 4 different mats) and that was hard enough 😂

  8. Wow! What a cool project that makes a huge statement! It is just beautiful. I'd like to put a big peacock on my bedroom wall. I think I can do it now from your excellent tutorial. Thanks!

  9. I always enjoy your projects!! I recently sold my Silhouette Cameo 2, along with all my material in hopes to later invest in a Cameo 3; which came out right after I purchased the 2, grrrr!! After watching this video, and all your other videos in the past I'm seriously considering a Cricut.

  10. I saw large projects posted before and wondered how to go about doing this type of project, now, what do I want to make… hmm.. thank you for posting this, I love this…

  11. Great video!! Thank you for doing this one – I have been looking for a great tutorial for the process of getting the parts cut and tracking the order. Numbering!! Genius.

  12. Was it easy to remove the numbers? Did it leave any residue?? Also since it’s black on a light wall, after being on for a long period of time will the color transfer & stain the wall???
    I want to make a decal for my office at work but don’t want to ruin the wall if I ever have to remove it.
    Thanks for this video!! 😊

  13. You make it look so easy! Really nice video and awesome job both with the drawing, beautiful design! as well as with the applying to the wall, really cool!

  14. Hi, Did you use cricut's own vinyl or did you buy a cheaper alternative? Did you use transfer paper for this job? Ive never done a wall decal but have been asked for it.
    Thanks

  15. Great job!! I’m definitely going to try something like this with my Cricut Maker!! What kind of transfer paper are you using?

  16. Apologies if this question has already been asked and answered, but could you do all these cuts without a mat (as you’ve shown in other videos) or is the mat important when working at such a large scale ?

  17. my screen looks different, I don't see where I can change the colors or add numbers to it. I have the cricut maker. Is it different?

  18. I would probably have measured the spacing from the left side wall and the wall plugs so the mandala or flower could fit better without running out space in the left side and cutting off the vinyl over the plugs. I have to say you have great talent.

  19. I noticed in your layer box you have three little icons. Like your image…scissor image and color image. I don't see that on mine just image and color

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