Cookies and Milk for Santa Plate and Mug
I recently saw the Hearth and Hand cookies and milk plate and mug set online at Target, and I fell.in.love! They were simple, and adorable, as you would expect from the Hearth and Hand line at Target…but also far more expensive than I was comfortable spending on a plate and a mug.
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Obviously, I didn’t order any, but I kept thinking about them, and when I finally thought just maybe I would, I saw that they were sold out everywhere. I decided I could probably make something I loved just as much for a lot less money.
So, on my next trip to Target, I picked up a stoneware plate and mug. Once I got home, I fired up my Cricut and in less than five minutes I had a cookies and milk plate and mug set Joanna herself would love!
Make your own Cookies and Milk for Santa Plate and Mug with these supplies
Open this cut file and size it to fit your plate and mug. I have set up two different text options, my set uses the Cricut Access Kyden Font. The other option is closer to the original Hearth and Hand set, and is Doodletype Font.
Weed the excess vinyl and apply transfer tape to the cookies and milk vinyl text.
Next, place the vinyl on the plate and mug. Make sure there aren’t any bubbles in the vinyl and remove the transfer tape.
That’s it! You’re ready for Christmas Eve and Santa!!