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Do you make and sell car decals with your Silhouette Cameo? I’ve seen a few car decals locally that people haven’t taken off the transfer paper when they applied the decal. I began thinking and decided that maybe the buyer didn’t realize it is meant to be removed.
Today, I’m giving you an unbranded set of instructions to use when selling car decals made with your Silhouette or Cricut.
Why You Should Include a Vinyl Squeegee with Decal Orders
If you’ve ever applied a vinyl decal, you know that your customer will need a vinyl squeegee. You can purchase a 10 pack of vinyl applicators at this link to send to your customers.
Remember to add the cost of the vinyl applicator and the shipping to your costs when pricing your decals. Also, be sure to advertise that your decals include instructions and an applicator – it’ll help put your Silhouette or Cricut business one notch above your competition.
Need help packaging your decals? See how I do it in this post.
Ready to download the instructions? First, save this image to Pinterest. Then, download the instruction set below.