Pop! Fizz! Clink! DIY Straw Toppers. Ring in the New Year with a fun and fancy straw in your glass that you can whip up in no time with your Silhouette CAMEO and some paper straws!
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Pop! Fizz! Click! DIY Straw Toppers
I looove paper straws. In all honesty, they’re really not that practical. I mean, you’re putting paper in water. But they’re so cute and I can not resist them. You can put these toppers on any kind of straw though. But I’d go with the cute ones. Form over function right?
To whip these up you’ll need:
- Silhouette CAMEO
- Printable Adhesive White Cardstock
- Printable Gold Foil
- Cardstock (I picked a fun textured gold one and a bright pink one)
- Paper Straws
- Free Cut Files
- PNG Version of Pop! Fizz! Clink Design
- Straw Topper Silhouette Cut File
- Cut File with Registration Marks (see note below)
The main cut file contains all three design elements: two sizes of the circles and the Pop! Fizz! Clink! Design.
Note: The top circle is the one you need to do Print and Cut style using registration marks, so I included a separate file for that in case you’d like to use one that’s already set up! This file doesn’t include the larger circle like the main cut file does.
Send the design of the top circle with registration marks to your printer. I did one gold foil set and one printable white cardstock set.
Place the printed circles on your cutting mat. Before you go to cut the top circle, open the Cut Settings window and make sure the “Pop! Fizz! Clink!” text is set to no cut and the circles/slits are set to cut. Now send to your machine and let it do the hard work.
Cut the larger circles on cardstock. Cut and paste as many as you need and then use the align window/tools to space them evenly. Send to your CAMEO and let it go to work again.
The top labels are stickers so just peel the backing off and apply to the bottom, larger circles (making sure to line up the slits. Then just slide the straw through!
Easy and festive!