(Closed) Seating chart on glass using Cricut??? Need DIY HELP!

posted 4 years ago in Decor
Post # 2
9561 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2013

my mom uses a cricut for scrapbooking so i am familiar with them.


to me, you are describing a seating chart that is on a board, but instead it is on a window.

i see no issue with this.  just make sure it is clear enough for everyone to know what table they are at.

Post # 3
859 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2016

I don’t have experience with the cricut exactly but I would still advise against going with this method. I had about to transfer about 5 vinyl words onto a mirror for one of my decor peices and it was a pain in the butt! I can’t imagine doing it for every single guest and agonizing over the perfect placement then worrying if the letters will rip as I’m pulling off the contact paper. Ugh.

I’d just let your cousin try it out first with one of those chalkboard pens/markers and see if you like it. If not, you can wash it off and go with another method.

Post # 4
298 posts
Helper bee

I think it’ll depend on the level of diy you’re comfortable with.   Do you diy often or will this be new to you.   The pp mentioned having a hard time with it,  and I agree it might be frustrating if this is new to you.   However,  I have a cricut and will be using it for my invites and lots of my decor,  and I don’t find it be difficult at all.   If you do decide to use the cricut make sure to use transfer paper as well and watch some youtube videos for tips and tricks. 

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