Every home may need a farmhouse window in it. A rustic, chippy piece that will look great in any room. A great way to do that without scouring the thrift store is to make your own. Grab your paints and whip this one up in minutes. Oh, and don’t forget to add a wreath to finish off your project.
Time for another installment of cutting trials with the Cricut Maker. Y’all really seem to enjoy these so today we are going to talk about 10 things you didn’t know the Cricut Maker could cut. I hope there is at least one thing on this list that really, really surprises you. Grab your Cricut Maker and make some of these projects below. This post is sponsored by Cricut, however, all projects and opinions are my own.[Read more…]
It is time for back to school cupcakes. You might not think it is time for back to school but mine start back in just 2 weeks. Time flies when you are having fun! So, what better way to celebrate the first day then with a batch of cupcakes? You can also make these for the class or even for the teacher. Plus you will love how easy they are to make!
Iron-on week was last week but I couldn’t resist making this easy wooden box centerpiece as a bonus project. Frankly, I am a bit obsessed over adding iron-on vinyl to wood. It is such an easy technique and it turns out perfectly just about every single time. You gotta love a craft project like that!
All week we have been sharing Cricut iron-on crafts and I wanted to round up all of the ideas for you here today. If you have a Cricut machine, you will certainly want to make quite a few of these. Be sure to pin or bookmark your favorites and start getting crafty. After all, iron-on is usually a quick and easy project that anyone can do. Remember that crafts like these make great handmade gifts as well.
I am ending iron-on week today with a tutorial on how to make a farmhouse wreath. You are going to love this technique because it involves adding iron-on right to wood. Yep! You can put it right on wood! So, start thinking outside of the box with your iron-on projects. Want more ideas with iron-on? You can find more projects at the bottom of this post. You can also enter to win an EasyPress so don’t miss that!
I thought I would share a few gender reveal ideas for family in the form of some shirt designs. You see, my daughter is having another baby and the gender reveal party is fast approaching. I made shirts for the entire family for the occasion and I have the designs for you. This is a part of iron on week so you can scroll to the bottom of this post to see even more ideas. You can also enter to win a Cricut EasyPress bundle at the bottom of this post.
Have you seen the new SportFlex Iron-on from Cricut? If you are looking to add a little stretch to your shirt projects, this is definitely the product for you. I thought I would make a shirt with the product today as well as share some of my thoughts on the stretch. And yep this is still iron-on week so you can scroll to the bottom of this post for more great projects. You can also enter to win an EasyPress prize pack below so don’t miss that!
I am continuing iron-on week with this DIY apron that you are going to love! If you are looking for a craft apron, this may just be the one for you. After all, when you write a book about hot glue, you need an apron that will be appropriate for the occasion! You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post to see even more ideas using iron-on (my new favorite medium!) And yes you can also enter to win a great prize pack at the bottom of this post as well.
Did you know that you can make your own DIY leather notebook with the Cricut Maker? I am here to show you how today along with sharing some great HSN deals on the Maker and supplies for your machine. Trust me, you don’t want to miss these deals! This post is sponsored by Cricut, however, all projects and opinions are my own. This also kicks off an iron-on event that I am doing all week with my Cricut machine. You can scroll to the bottom of this post to see even more ideas!