I thought I would share some Cricut coupon codes today and ways to get save some money if you are thinking of buying a machine this year. The codes and tips below will also work on accessories so fill your stocking as well! If you find this post after Christmas, the codes will work as well so don’t worry! Just enjoy some savings and these Cricut coupon codes.
You can make some snowman door decorations in just minutes with a few lights and the instructions below. I love adding some Christmas cheer to our yard this time of year. If you do as well, you will want to read on and learn a little more about these lights as they change color and they are remote controlled! This post is sponsored, however, all projects and opinions are my own.
Instant pot mashed potatoes are the perfect side dish any night of the week. Whether you just picked up your instant pot or you are a pro, this is one recipe you will want to keep on hand at all times. Imagine whipping up a delicious pot of mashed potatoes in under 15 minutes total! Now that is something that dreams are made of!
Do you want to organize your life in the new year? Perhaps you want some solutions to get more organized in every room and aspect of your life? Well, we have those for you! In fact, we have 100 clever solutions that will help to get you more organized. And we have it all in a handy book that you can print for free right at home. Easy-peasy right? Read on to learn more then be sure to download the book for yourself!
There are so many monogram ideas and anything with a monogram makes a great gift. I thought I would take a dollar store item and turn it into something special just with a monogram and my Cricut machine. Take a spin around your local dollar store and look at all of the things you can monogram! Your Christmas gift list can get a little shorter with just one trip and a few hours of crafting! I am also joining with some other bloggers to bring you some project ideas from the dollar store. You can scroll to the bottom of this post to see those as well.
Today I have a special free download just for you – my craft of the month calendar. I thought it would be a great idea to have a calendar where you could get creative each month. So I pulled one together for 2019! Each month has a simple DIY project along with instructions for completion. Now you don’t have any excuses for not getting creative in the new year!
Did you know that you can make a wooden Christmas tree in just minutes? This project is super easy and you are sure to love the results. I love the way mine look in my rustic farmhouse style decor this holiday season. So grab your supplies and get started on as many of these cute trees as you would like!
Make your own New Year’s Eve tops with this free SVG file and your Cricut or another cutting machine. I am joining up with several other bloggers again this month to bring you some free SVG files that you don’t want to miss. You can get this kiss me now file below then scroll to the bottom to see the other ones as well. Then use the free cut files for all of your crafting needs for New Year’s Eve.
Does your home need Santa’s key? Magically this key will open the door to your home on Christmas Eve letting the big guy in no matter if you have a chimney or not. You can actually craft your own magic Santa’s key and give it to your kids this year. Just follow along below to see how and surprise your kids with this fun key this year!
This post is sponsored by Publix; however, all projects and opinions are my own.
Do you struggle with the holidays and your postal carriers? Gifts for the mailman can be hard! They do so much for you during the year then they work extra hard during the holidays. Well, we have an idea that they will really love! You can also enter to win a Publix gift card below so be sure not to miss that.
Creating beautiful Christmas jars is so much easier than you think. Today I am turning a group of jars into a glowing nativity scene that is perfect for your mantel. Grab your own mason jars and get started creating your own version today! After all, it is the most wonderful time of the year and what better way to celebrate than with mason jars! This post is sponsored by Newell Brands, makers of Ball® Jar Fresh Preserving Products; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Learn how to make a gift box with your Cricut. These cute house gift boxes are like a present all by themselves! Add in the fact that they open to contain a gift and you have something that everyone on your holiday wish list will love. Fire up your Cricut Maker and make your own version of these gorgeous boxes today! This post is sponsored by Cricut, however, all projects and opinions are my own.
Heat press versus EasyPress. What are the differences? Which one do you need for your crafting needs? We are here to answer all of those questions and more. If you are looking to add one of these to your holiday gift list, let us help you make a very important decision! Will the Cricut EasyPress do everything you need or do you need to go larger with a full sized heat press? Read on to find out. The items used in this comparison were given to me free of charge, however, all projects and opinions are my own.
Need a cookies for Santa plate for your little one for the holidays? You can make one with your Cricut machine. I have a link to a cut file below then you can to a plate using either regular vinyl or even iron-on. A simple project that the little ones will love! Add those cookies for Santa to this special plate year after year.
Y’all this bath salts homemade gift idea will be the hit of any holiday party. The best part is they are both inexpensive and easy to make! It doesn’t get much better than that! Whip up a large batch and keep these mason jar gifts on hand during the holidays. You never know when someone may stop by bearing gifts!
Making a DIY stained glass Christmas ornament may be easier to make than you think. This technique uses epoxy resin for a long-lasting ornament that is fairly simple to create. I am using a Christmas tree on mine and have the template below that you can print at home. You can, however, use any design you would like once you learn this technique.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to make a snow globe? I have some simple instructions for you today so grab those mason jars and make something extra fun! I love quick and easy crafts for the holiday and I hope you do as well. You could also make a few of these as gifts cause everyone loves a cute holiday decoration made with a mason jar.
Make snowman cupcakes for your holiday parties or just as an after-school snack once the weather turns cooler. These are the easiest thing ever to decorate and everyone will love how they look. Imagine an entire platter of these sent to school for a fun afternoon snack. Grab your supplies and make cupcakes that look like snowmen today.
Today’s post is all about how to use a heat press. I have talked quite a bit about the Cricut EasyPress but what are the other alternatives? One is buying a full-sized heat press. These machines are meant for home use but are more of an industrial machine. They heat press iron-on material to shirts, mugs, plates, hats, and more. I am going to run through how to use one today and then we will have another post about the pros and cons if you are wondering what type of machine to purchase.
I love giving mason jar Christmas gifts. It can, however, be hard to come up with unique ideas when giving gifts in a jar year after year. This year why not top your jars with snow globes then add whatever you want to the inside. They make the perfect jar gift idea and they are adorable to boot!
I thought I would share some table decoration ideas for both Thanksgiving and Christmas today. I am going to use the same elements for both tables with just a few additions. That way you can shop once and have the supplies you need to decorate your table for both holidays. Then, as a bonus, you will only have one set of supplies to store at the end of the season! You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post where I have a gift card giveaway that you can use to purchase your supplies as well. This post is sponsored by Bindle and Brass, however, all projects and opinions are my own.