Seasonal Vinyl

A little seasonal Vinyl Decoration.

This post is dedicated to the love of vinyl.  It’s easy, fast, festive and not clutter’y’!

One thing about having a cutter is that it’s easy to add a little seasonal decor year round.

Keep reading and you’ll see how they are used:)Seasonal Vinyl

But wait…if you are thinking about buying a cutter hold off for a couple weeks.  Trust me…it’s cool!

And surprise…I linked all my fonts to the site where you can get them…You are welcome, or maybe I’m welcomed because that’s the #1 question I receive each time I do a vinyl post and I get like 10 of them.  You would think I would have thought of this sooner!  Whoo what a crazy couple sentences!

All the fonts are 12 inches long and 3 inches tall.

All the dingbats(that is what the doodles are called) are 3×3…and there are 3 of them.

I have put links to the fonts and dingbats.  Thanks to Amanda over at Peas for fonts for most of these!!!

She is a rock star!  If you need help with downloading the fonts, she has some great tips!

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It’s Spring Vinyl:

Font –  Pea Bonnie Script

Color – White


Dingbat – Eller (letter i)

Color – Light purple

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It’s Fall Vinyl:

Font –  Pea Chunky

Color – Brown


Font – DaLovely Doodles

Color – Brown

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It’s Summer Vinyl:

Font –  A red bucket

(It’s not the same font because the one I used was in a previous program that does not have a link, but I thought this one was super cute and when I cut them again I will use this font!)

Color – White


Dingbat – Stacy’s New Doodles

Color – Red and Green.  Cut both colors and then mix them.

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It’s Winter Vinyl

Font –  Santa’s Sleigh

Color – White


Dingbat – Pea Delovely

Color – Dark Blue

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I gave one set to my sister-in-law, so they needed to be ‘wrapped up a bit’ so after I applied the backer paper I rolled it.  Be careful…don’t crease the vinyl.

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Tied with ribbon.

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Added more ribbon.

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So are you still wondering what to do with it?

Here’s a hint.  My back door is a sliding door window.

It’s just a sliding door that usually has finger prints all over it.  It’s a great place to add a little fluff!

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Apply to the window and OH it added a touch of festivity to summer!

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My kids are actually in charge of putting these on and taking them off.  They are learning the seasons as well as learning how to work with vinyl:)

You can put it on a door, the front window, a wall, fridge, wherever!

Happy Creating.

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PS For a Craft cutter we recommend Silhouette

    1. July 26th, 2010 at 6:27 am
      TidyMom says:
      LOVE this idea Alison!! now I wish I had a sliding door!
    2. July 26th, 2010 at 6:42 am
      Staci Edwards Design says:
      Great idea! Just found your blog... will be back! :)
      .-= Staci Edwards Design´s last blog ..Jadore =-.
    3. July 26th, 2010 at 7:29 am
      Missy says:
      I LOVE these! You don't have to have a place to put it when you are done with it - so great.
    4. July 26th, 2010 at 7:41 am
      Lynn from For Love or Funny says:
      This is such a cheerful way to decorate sliding glass!!
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    5. July 26th, 2010 at 7:54 am
      Nikki says:
      Okay Alison, these are adorable. But how do you get two vinyl colors on your watermelon? Because that's really cute.
      • July 26th, 2010 at 12:05 pm
        Alison says:
        I just cut a red set and a green set and then swapped colors to get both!
    6. July 26th, 2010 at 10:52 am
      Jen says:
      I love decorating for the seasons...this is a great idea!
    7. July 26th, 2010 at 1:23 pm
      Nikki says:
      Okay genius, why didn't I think of that! :-)
    8. July 27th, 2010 at 5:53 am
      Andrea says:
      great idea to swap out the pieces to get two colors on the watermelon. I NEED to get a Silhouette...these post make me want to beg, steal and do just about anything to get my own :)
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    9. July 27th, 2010 at 8:49 am
      Amanda says:
      I really want a Silhouette. I have been looking into buying one. Was there a hint in the post that there is a sale soon? That would be great!
      • July 27th, 2010 at 8:50 am
        Alison says:
        It's coming soon...August 1st ish:) Just wait it will be worth it!!! YAY!
    10. July 27th, 2010 at 2:29 pm
      Karen says:
      Any idea on how this could be done with non-sticky vinyl so that they could be window type clings instead of one time use vinyl adhesive decorations? I have a Cricut but I wonder where you could buy vinyl without adhesive to do what you are suggesting but not as stickers? -Karen
      .-= Karen´s last blog ..How to Keep Up With and Organize Blog Ideas =-.
    11. July 27th, 2010 at 2:58 pm
      Jennifer says:
      Love it!!!!
    12. July 27th, 2010 at 3:18 pm
      Laura says:
      I made similar signs a few months ago for each holiday; except I mounted each on a 2x4. Yeah, kinda defeats the whole storage-less decor, but they don't take up too much room!
    13. July 28th, 2010 at 9:25 am
      Karen says:
      I found a website that sells 12" sheets of cling vinyl. I'm thinking I could easily cut that on my Cricut and make window clings with your patterns. -Karen
      .-= Karen´s last blog ..How to Keep Up With and Organize Blog Ideas =-.
    14. August 1st, 2010 at 7:24 pm
      Chris says:
      I LOVE it. Once again...such a brilliant idea!
    15. August 31st, 2010 at 1:53 pm
      Debbie says:
      I love your blog. I am newly retired and considering either a cricut or silhouette. What is the difference? Help.
      • September 2nd, 2010 at 6:12 pm
        Missy says:
        They are both great machines. One great thing we like about the Silhouette is it has the ability to hook up to your computer and use any font or graphic from your computer. This way you don't have to buy a new expensive cartridge for every theme you want. Plus they have great pre-made designs in their shop for only .99 a download.
    16. September 13th, 2014 at 9:38 pm
      Akino Kishigawa says:
      I was wondering if you can suggest a type of clear transfer tape that you're using. I would like to give my colleagues decal gift but I want it to look more professional. I've used Silhouette transfer paper but it's not clear. Also, may I ask why your papers are perforated both sides on the backing papers?
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