Ever tried using t shirt vinyl to create shirts? How did that go for you? I am here to say that I have never had luck using an iron with heat treat vinyl. Never. Enter the Cricut Easy Press. It has been a god send and I will now be making all the shirts. Family — you have been warned — this is what you are getting for the holidays. Are you ready to break out the t shirt vinyl and rock some shirts? Learn more below! This post is sponsored by Cricut however all projects and opinions are my own.
This time of year I am looking to kick off my holiday shopping and what better way than with a few gifts under $10. I thought I would share some of my favorite inexpensive finds so that maybe you can get a jump start on your shopping as well. Complete the buying of your gifts early this year to avoid some of the stresses that the season always brings.
Kick off the season by making some holiday signs. This reversible scarecrow and snowman sign is super easy to make and we even have free templates for you to print to get it just right. Make one for yourself, one for your neighbor, and maybe even a few to sell. Once you get your supplies gathered, the DIY part of this sign will surprise you! It is that simple!
You can make this cute snowman for your Christmas and winter decor in no time at all. What makes this sewing project so simple? The Cricut Maker! I am actually joining in with 50 bloggers to bring you projects today that come free when you purchase the Maker. These projects are all as simple as pulling them up in Design Space and clicking Make It. Then you just follow the instructions for a perfect project that you will be proud to display. No Maker? Well read on because you can win one below plus there is an amazing deal on HSN if you just want to pick one up.
There is still time to make your own felt food for kids! This makes a great and inexpensive gift for the holidays. Get out your Cricut and get started on this fun gift idea. This post is sponsored by Cricut however all projects and opinions are my own.
This quick and easy burlap canvas nativity scene can be made before the holidays. I used some heat transfer vinyl on purchased burlap canvases to make this simple project one you can complete for your holiday decor in a hurry. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed where I am a paid design team member but I am posting here in case you missed it.
Welcome to my farmhouse style Christmas home tour. I thought I would give you a peek into our holiday home. After all, we all love seeing beautifully decorated homes for Christmas….right? I know I do! So sit back with a cup of coffee and the many images below. I hope y’all enjoy!
This DIY terra cotta gingerbread man is perfect for your home this holiday season. It also doubles as a candy dish so you might want to give these as gifts to those that love candy! It is super easy to make yourself with a couple of clay pots. Gather your supplies and get started!
Jen Goode with 100 Directions is back this month with a DIY Christmas banner free printable. Grab this one for free below and add to your holiday decor!
Hello and Happy Holidays, creative friends! Today I’m showing you how to make a fun (and easy) Christmas Banner. I’ve got a couple free printables you can use too! All you need are a couple of supplies and about 30 minutes. You can decorate your mantel, add a holiday message to your front door or make your own Christmas party decorations! What I love most about this banner is how easy it is to customize. Just pick your favorite holiday colors and add accents to the letters you print. I’ll show you how!
I have a special treat for y’all today! This DIY glitter mini mason jar ornament is made with a very special jar from Ball and you can buy them as well. This post is sponsored by Ball however all projects and opinions are my own. Are you ready to see the cutest mini mason jars ever? Here we go!