My son absolutely loves Roblox and I love to make stuff – enter the Roblox Water Bottle! I was able to find the Roblox font online so the lettering looks like the game. This was an easy project to make and the end result is really cute! You can even customize it with a name or initials if you want to add to it (I added my son’s name). If you have anybody who loves Roblox, they will flip for this water bottle!
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Roblox Water Bottle
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This is a fairly easy project to make using either scissors or a Cricut machine (I have the Cricut Maker and I LOVE it), although it will be a LOT easier using a Cricut as the letters are somewhat small. I created both an SVG file and a PDF file for the design of the letters. You can get both templates for free in my Resource Library or by clicking below:
Materials Needed to Make the Roblox Water Bottle
STEP 1: Uploading the SVG File
Download the SVG file from the Resource Library and upload it into Cricut Design Space. The file will look like this:
STEP 2: Cutting the Lettering
Next, choose your desired colors of vinyl you want to use for the lettering and cut per the Cricut machine prompts. When you are finished cutting you will have two identical cuts in two different colors.
PLEASE NOTE: If you don’t have a Cricut machine and want to cut the pieces out by hand, you can use the PDF file (also available in the Resource Library) as a guide.
STEP 3: Weeding and Transferring the Lettering
After cutting the Roblox letters, carefully peel away the excess vinyl that is not part of the letters from the liner. You should now have just the letters stuck to the liner. The letters will still have excess vinyl in the letters “R” and “O”.
Using a sharp tool like the Cricut Weeder, carefully remove the small excess vinyl pieces remaining in the letters until all letters are complete.
STEP 4: Transferring the Letters to Transfer Tape
Next, cut a piece of Transfer Tape large enough to remove the letters from the vinyl liner and transfer them to the container. Remove the transfer tape liner and carefully place the transfer tape over the letters starting from the middle and smoothing the tape out over all the letters. Use the Cricut XL Scraper to smooth the tape down thoroughly and with no bubbles. You will now have the transfer tape covering all letters.
Next, starting in the corner, begin to slowly peel away the transfer tape making sure the letters are stuck to the tape. If a letter doesn’t seem to be adhered to the tape, smooth it back down and go over it with the scraper again to make sure the letter attaches. This is a slow process so be sure not to rush this step.
Once the tape is removed, all the letters will be ready to transfer to the container.
STEP 5: Applying the Letters to the Container
Before applying the letters to the container, make sure the container has a clean dry surface. When container is ready, determine where you want to put the letters. Once decided, attach the transfer tape with the first layer of letters to the container, smoothing it onto the water bottle. The tape should be smoothly applied with no bubbles. You can tell the transfer tape is on there by the grid lines you see. Those won’t be visible once you remove the transfer tape.
Begin to gently pull away the transfer tape, making sure the letters are sticking to the container. If a letter isn’t sticking, smooth it back down to make sure it isn’t coming up with the transfer tape. Again, this is a slow and deliberate process. Do not rush this step.Once all the tape is removed, apply the second layer of lettering slightly offset of the first layer to give it a shadow effect. Smooth the tape down across the water bottle to make sure it is applied evenly and with no bubbles. Remove the transfer tape slowly to make sure that all the letters adhere to the bottle.
The final water bottle will look like this:
Where do I Get the SVG and PDF Files?
You can download the SVG and PDF files for this specific project by clicking below:
All of my free guides, how-tos, and more can also be found in my Resource Library. You can gain access to that library by clicking below: