These car school stickers were inspired by the Ferrari logo. This is a sponsored post.

ferrari logo design on school labels

Last school year, a friend of mine asked me to design some labels for her young son, who is a BIG fan of luxury automobile brands. She asked me to incorporate her son’s name with a design that was inspired by his favorite maker’s logos. I liked the idea so much that this summer I decided to make the design for my own son.

ferrari inspired school labels

Supplies Used for Car School Stickers


ferrari logo car labels

I found a horse vector online that resembled the famous Ferrari logo, and imported that into my Silhouette Design Studio. Then I used the trace feature to outline the image and create my cut lines. I downloaded and imported a free font called Ferro Rosso, and used that to write my son’s name. Finally, I added a border.

One of the things I love most about StyleTechCraft vinyl is how easy it is to weed. After I cut the design from the vinyl, removing the “unwanted” vinyl was a breeze! The vinyl is so easy to peel away without fighting to keep the positive image on the backing.

vinyl labels on school supplies

First I cut just the outline of the frame from yellow glossy vinyl. I used transfer tape and my tools to get bubble free vinyl transfer to my surfaces. The notebook was my first project, then I did the pencil box.

vinyl stickers on school supplies

Then I used the same piece of transfer tape to apply the silhouette car school stickers logo over the yellow vinyl. I lined up the edges as best I could, smoothed over the transfer tape with my tool, and removed the transfer tape. All done!

car school stickers made with vinyl

I love how colorful and unique these DIY labels are! My son’s school supplies will never be confused with someone else’s! Have fun crafting and creating with vinyl!

Trim the vellum around the vinyl to make the lampshade. Tape the edges of the vellum lampshade together using bits of the clear transfer tape. The transfer tape is so sheer you can’t even see it! Pop the groovy lampshades on the glasses and drop a battery operated tea light inside. When it's time to toast the new year guests can just remove the lampshades and lights.

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