First, choose the size you want your design to be.
Next, you'll need to place your white temporary vinyl onto the standard gripping mat lining it up with the top left corner of the grid just as seen in the design space.
Place the mat with the vinyl adhered into the edge of the machine.
Go back to the computer and inside Design Space choose Vinyl as your material to have the Cricut Maker cut for you.
Press the arrow keys on your Cricut Maker for the machine to adjust your mat placement and then press the Cricut button once it lights up.
After the Cricut is finished cutting your design, carefully remove your vinyl from the gripping mat and cut out the shape that contains your design.
Begin carefully removing the largest portion of your 'negative' space vinyl that is not part of your design.
Carefully remove the additional portions of negative vinyl inside your lettering using your Cricut Weeding Tool.
Next, grab your Cricut Transfer paper and cut out a square that covers your design and stick it to the front of your design.
Carefully remove the transfer paper while keeping the vinyl design attached to it by removing it at the same time from the vinyl's paper backing.
Find the center of the plate and place your sticky side down and smooth it over with your Cricut smoothing tool.
Carefully remove the transfer paper to reveal your vinyl design