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Terrazzo is all the rage. Or at least it is starting to gain traction and I couldn’t be happier about that. I love all iterations of the pattern, but my favorite has to the the rainbow terrazzo pattern made with all the pretty colors. The pattern also looks amazing on a variety of surfaces like pillows, drinking glasses, and planters. Or in today’s case, an umbrella! Yes, you can use adhesive vinyl from JOANN to create your own terrazzo umbrella! Or any patterned umbrella for that matter.
Didn’t the umbrella turn out so good?! It’s almost like it’s raining confetti! Which I can totally get behind!
Materials to make a Terrazzo Umbrella:
Begin by loading your vinyl on your cutting mat, uploading the terrazzo cut file attached above into the Cricut design space, and cutting out the terrazzo pattern on your Cricut.
Once you have all your vinyl colors cut, peel off the pieces and attach them to the umbrella to create your colorful terrazzo pattern.
Once your umbrella is covered in the terrazzo pattern, it is ready to use during the next rainstorm!
Since the adhesive vinyl is waterproof it is ther perfect way to decorate a vinyl umbrella. If terrazzo isn’t your thing, you can cut out flowers or any other shapes to create a unique umbrella that is just your style.
If you love terrazzo as much as I do, then you can use the template above with some of the other vinyl available at JOANN like their new sport and regular mesh iron-on that can be used to create a terrazzo pattern on jerseys and other fabric or the fun holographic iron-on that would make the perfect shimmery, mermaid looking terrazzo pattern on a blanket, purse, or pillow!