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Free Printable Wall Decal Instructions for Your Silhouette or Cricut Business

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Today, I’m giving you an unbranded set of wall decal application instructions for you to use when selling wall 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.

Silhouette Cameo and Cricut Small Business Owners: Free Printable Wall Decal Application Instructions to Give Your Customers - by


Tuesday 20th of July 2021

Is there another way to download these? I have tried on my phone and two computers but when I click to download nothing happens. Thanks!!

Christine, Cutting for Business

Wednesday 21st of July 2021

The button appears to be working. Nothing will download when you click the button. It will be placed in your cart to checkout with the free printable.

Sue Downey

Friday 16th of March 2018

Thanks for providing this information for us trying to start our small businesses!


Monday 19th of March 2018

Happy to share!

Judy Johannes

Monday 15th of August 2016

Thank you for these instructions. Would you happen to have instructions for a wall decal if it has MULTIPLE lines of text and registration marks?

Thanks so much.


Wednesday 17th of August 2016

No, I'd suggest that you assemble the decal entirely before sending it to the customer. This makes it as easy as possible for the customer to install.