A Kitchen Conversion Chart with Cricut

May 6, 2020

Written by Anna White

I have wanted to make a measurement conversion chart to hang in my kitchen for months and finally decided to get to work on this wonderful project. I used my Cricut to cut out all the designs which were then applied to a board that I purchased from Hobby Lobby.  The board measured 6” x 30” and came plain (sorry I didn’t take a pic). I painted it using some left-over paint that I painted the island in my kitchen with. I only used one coat.

I used multiple designs that I purchased through Etsy to come up with the design that I wanted to use once I determined the layout I was going to go with. In order to have some space on all sides, I decided to keep everything under 4” wide. I used 651 vinyl, as that was all I had in white. You could use 631 vinyl as well. Once designed, then I cut all the piece out, weeded the design and applied to transfer tape.

My tools and vinyl once cut, and transfer tap applied

Blank board after it was painted.

The finished project leaning up against my cabinets.

The finished project on the actual wall.

Having these measurements handy will be a blessing when I’m cooking and baking which I love to do. I wish I had made one of these years ago.

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