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how to re-sticky a cricut mat this site is a great resource for the cricut! Found many good tips

How to make Cricut Cutting mats sticky again - by Sami. Cover the edges of the mat, then spray it (outdoors) with Krylon Easy-Tack. Spray lightly. Let it dry. The adhesive actually needs to dry before it becomes sticky. Dry to touch in 3 hours so says krylon.com. Krylon Easy-Tack is acid free, low odor.

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Do you feel like your cricut mats loose their "stick" rather quickly? Here is a quick and inexpensive way to "re-stick" them! You will need a repositionable spray adhesive, I used Krylon. DO NOT use permanent! Tape, my favorite is FROG tape, and a scraper.

How to make my cricut mat sticky Using the green edge of the mat as a guide, tape off all 4 edges. You don't want the edges to be sticky, it will not go through the machine properly.

Cricut guide for Cricut users...it's probably about the same techniques for the Silhouette SD. I'm not for sure haven't checked it out yet. I will when I get some time.

This is what i use to make my Mat Sticky again....you can watch a video on my blog...(Need to check this out later)

For demonstration purposes I chose to put this image directly onto the glass of a frame. Lay your transfer paper, sticky side down. Be sure and score it like I said before with your fingernail or other tool. You want it to be stuck down pretty good before you start peeling the transfer paper away. As you peel, rock it back and forth, and peel it back onto itself.

For those of you lucky gals who own a cricut, this thrifty tip is for you. Have you noticed how quickly your sticky mat loses it's "stick"??? Mine seems to go pretty quick and I dread shelling out another 10 bucks for a new mat. Especially since the craft stores don't allow you to use 40% coupons on anything cricut related! Well, have I got the ultimate frugalista tip for you!

This site is amazing for the newbie! Cricut tips from imperfectlybeautiful and how to NEVER buy a cartridge again!

All About Using Vinyl with Your Cricut! by Jodi T.