20 Things to Screen Print Using Your Cricut or Silhouette

Sep 8, 2019 | Cricut Projects, Project Ideas, Screen Printing


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If you’ve been following me, you know I’m completely hooked on screen printing. I love the results and how quickly you can make multiple prints. It’s less weeding and less vinyl.  Screen printing using my Cricut Maker and vinyl is so much faster than traditional screen printing.  I can quickly create a stencil to make 1 item or use it to make 50+ items.

If you haven’t tried screen printing with vinyl using your Cricut or Silhouette machine yet, you can get started here.

I’m on a mission to try screen printing everything I can think of. I’ve received so many messages with ideas and questions. I’ve love trying to tackle them all.  Here is a recap of 20 things I have successfully screen printed recently.

20 Things to Screen Print Using Vinyl

screen print with cricut shirt koozie pillow canvas

1. T-shirts and Totes (blank t-shirts / blank totes)
2. Koozies (blank koozies)
3. Pillow Cases (blank pillow cases)
4. Reverse Canvas (blank canvas)

how to screen print backpack blanket towels folders

5. Backpacks (Dollar Tree)
6. Stadium Blankets (tutorial / blank blankets)
7. Tea Towels (blank tea towels)
8. Notebooks and Folders

screen printing cricut vinyl wood burlap headband

9. Wood (tutorial / wood blanks)
10. Banner (tutorial / blank banner)
11. Earrings (tutorial coming soon / Cricut leather)
12. Headbands (tutorial / blank headbands)

speedball screen printing pencil case paper bags towel onesie

13. Pencil Bag (blank bags)
14. Paper Bags (tutorial / blank bags)
15. Beach Towels (beach towels)
16. Onesies (tutorial / blank onesies)

screen printing ideas pjs halloween napkins apron

17. PJs (blank t-shirts)
18. Napkins (tutorial / napkins)
19. Halloween Costumes (blank t-shirts)
20. Aprons (blank aprons)

What should I try next? Comment below if you have any ideas of things I should try screen printing on.

9 Comments

  1. Baseball caps!

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    • I have been determined to figure this one out! I will create a tutorial as soon as I perfect a method.

      Reply
  2. Leather and pleather??

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    • Great ideas! I’m working on an earring tutorial using Cricut’s leather and screen printing on them. Stay tuned!!

      Reply
  3. Do you have a tutorial on getting a scratched look using the freezer paper stencil or screen printing method?

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    • Coming soon! I’m working on a distressed design tutorial 🙂

      Reply
      • Thank you.. I can’t wait!!!

        Reply
  4. Have you ever screen printed on polypropylene bags?

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