Make baby’s first Christmas ornament with this free SVG file that can then be used with your Cricut or any other cutting machine. Cut the file from vinyl and apply to the front of any Christmas ornament. I also have 15 other free SVG files that are perfect for Christmas at the bottom of this post so don’t miss those as well!
Make some rustic Christmas ornaments for your tree with wooden spools. This is a simple DIY project that will only take you minutes to make. Your country Christmas tree will never look better! The secret lies with a few products that make a rustic finish easily in just minutes. You will love the results! This one was originally posted over on the Darice blog where I am a paid contributor but I am posting it here in case you missed it.
I have been getting several questions on the Cricut EasyPress versus EasyPress 2. Which is best? What are the differences? Which should you put on your Christmas list? I have all of those answers and so much more! Read on then put this awesome machine on your wishlist this holiday season.
Today I wanted to share with you a tutorial on how to make Christmas ornaments from clay. If you have not used oven-bake clay, you are in for a treat! It is a super forgiving medium and makes cute ornaments like these easily. You are sure to get hooked after you use it just one time. This post is sponsored by Sculpey, however, all projects and opinions are my own.
I thought I would share a super simple way to decorate Christmas cupcakes today. These Santa cupcakes are the perfect addition to your holiday table or a quick and easy treat for those class parties. I absolutely love decorating just about anything with Santa’s belt and belly so these are right up my alley.
I love a sweet Christmas gnome. You know the Scandinavian gnomes that come out at Christmas. There is nothing better than a cute little nose peeking out from a long full beard and a big bold hat that adds a touch of whimsy. I think that they go beautifully with farmhouse decor, especially when they are clothed in buffalo check! This year I decided to make some of my own and knew that I had to share the process with you.
You can make a red truck with Christmas tree ornament in just minutes with a few supplies. I love adding trucks with trees to my Christmas decor! I add them to my mantel and, of course, my Christmas tree. If you love the look as well, you will want to make one or more of these ornaments! After all, you can’t go wrong with a red truck with a Christmas tree. This one was originally posted over at Darice where I am a paid contributor but I thought I would post it here in case you missed it.
All week we have been sharing Cricut ideas that are perfect for Christmas and other December holidays with the help of our blog partners for this series. I thought I would round up the entire thing in one place for you just in case you missed any of the fun. After all, who couldn’t use more Cricut ideas? So, let the holiday crafting commence and fire up your Cricut machine!
Make your favorite little one this baby Christmas onesie with your Cricut machine in just minutes. This quick and easy project is perfect for those that want to add a little something funny to their baby’s wardrobe. If you have not used iron-on before, I highly recommend giving it a try! You can also scroll to the bottom of this post and see our other ideas from Cricut holiday week!
Paper Christmas ornaments are so easy to make and they are gorgeous once you add details with the scoring wheel. I actually did a post yesterday with an ornament that was made from scored mat board. But, y’all, the scoring wheel has become my new BFF. There are so many possibilities with this thing! Don’t forget to scroll to the bottom of this post and see all of the other Cricut crafts from this week’s series. You don’t want to miss ’em!
Frame ornaments are my fave! Adding pictures to the Christmas tree is a fun way to bring back those memories year after year. I thought I would make a version for Cricut Holiday week this week. And you are going to love them! Read on to see how to make these frame ornaments with a score line for added detail. You can also scroll to the bottom of this post to see even more Cricut holiday posts from our blog partners for this series.
A custom notebook makes a great gift idea and they are super easy to make with your Cricut machine and some iron-on. I just couldn’t leave Cricut Holiday week without a gift idea. I love giving handmade for the holidays and with projects like these it is super simple to do so. This one was originally posted over at Darice where I am a paid contributor but I thought I would post it here in case you missed it. You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post where there are even more Cricut holiday posts for you to enjoy!
I am kicking off Cricut holiday week with some handmade ornaments that you will want to make for your tree. All week this week we are sharing fun Cricut projects that you can make for your holiday decor. If you want to see all of the ideas, be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post. First, however, you need instructions for making these adorable (and easy!) handmade ornaments.
I told y’all a few weeks ago that my craft book was available for order. Hot Glue Hacks and Crafts is a book I co-authored with Carolina from 30 Minute Crafts. I wanted to do a follow-up post now that the book is shipping and in stores. Because I want to give back a little to each of you – no matter if you purchase the book or not! First of all, I have a way for you to get an autograph for your book. Second, I have a great glue gun prize pack that you will want to enter to win!
You can have a meal on the table in no time at all with this instant pot chili recipe. With colder weather on the horizon, I declare it chili weather! There is nothing better on a fall evening than a big bowl of chili. And when you can also whip it up in the instant pot, it gets even better!
Did you know that you can make pallet pumpkins with no tools required? Oh yes, you can! In just minutes, you can have these gorgeous rustic pumpkins on your mantel or even in a display outdoors for fall. I made just three but want to make so many more. How many pallet pumpkins are too many? I say the sky is the limit! This one was originally posted over at Darice where I am a paid contributor but I am posting it here in case you missed it.
Want a shabby chic coffee table tray? Just mix metal and lace into one gorgeous combination that will look great in any home. Plus it is super easy to make as well! You might want to make this one as a holiday gift idea or just keep it all to yourself once it is done. Either way, you are sure to love the results!
I thought I would pull together some craft books for you all in one big list. This is perfect for those crafters on your holiday gift-giving list. Or heck, you can also give this list to your family and friends as a big hint as to what you want. Yes, I know it is early! I actually try to get all of my shopping done earlier so I can enjoy the season. I thought a few of you might be that way as well. Otherwise, you can bookmark or pin this list of craft books and do your last minute shopping later!
Turkey cupcakes are easy to make and the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving feast. I love cute desserts and this one definitely fits that bill. The entire family will love diving into a dozen or so of these adorable food treats. Make them for the big day or even during the weeks leading up to it. A cute turkey is a perfect way to “gobble” down that Thanksgiving dessert![Read more…]
Are in the market for a Cricut machine? Wondering whether the Cricut Maker or the Explore Air 2 is the right choice? We have all of the information you need to make the best decision based on your craft style. Then, you can order the Cricut machine of your choice or put it on your wishlist for the holidays. This post is sponsored by Cricut, however, all projects and opinions are my own.
I made this Thanksgiving maternity shirt for my daughter and wanted to share the free SVG cut file with y’all. I am actually joining a large group of bloggers and we are all sharing free Thanksgiving cut files. So, if you want to make something for the holiday, be sure to scroll down to the bottom of this post and get the links for those. You will be crafting up a storm this fall!