I thought I would show you how to make Valentine shirts today in minutes with your Cricut machine. This is the last post in our Valentines series. You can see all of the ideas at the bottom of this post. Follow along below as I make one adorable shirt plus you can grab the cut file below and make your own.
I really, really love cheesy Valentines. I love receiving them, I love giving them, but most of all I love coming up with them! So, yes, I soda like you. This cute Valentine is perfect for giving out at school but adults can definitely share this one as well. I made it with the writing feature on my Cricut but those with better hand writing then me can definitely free hand it. Looking for more Valentine ideas? Check out the links at the bottom of this post!
Looking for a funny Valentine to give the one you love? Love llamas? I am combining them both today into this free printable Valentine’s Day card that everyone will love. These are even perfect for the kids to give out at school. I also have instructions for you to use your Cricut and the print and cut feature if your wish. You see this is Valentine’s Week around here where I will be posting Valentine ideas that use the Cricut machine all week. You can even scroll to the bottom of this post and see tons of ideas from our blog partners for this series.
We started our kitchen remodel recently with a little tile removal. This was a topic where I could find little to no information. You see we had thick set tile counter tops. Not thin set on top of plywood with some tile. Oh no. We are talking thick set mortar over an inch thick. We finally came up with a good procedure for removal and I thought I would share it here. If you are fighting this same battle, I hope this helps a bit!
Make your own DIY flower pots in an animal shape. This is actually a really easy craft and you can choose any shape that you would like. I did a hedge hog cause why not! You might try a unicorn, llama, frog, or any other animal that you love! Or try plain shapes like a hexagon or circle. The possibilities are really endless!
Add this preschool snowman craft to your must make list this winter. Cute popcorn boxes your little ones will love making. You can then sit around and enjoy a movie while you eat your popcorn. You could also add these to a fun winter play date. Cute, easy, and oh so perfect for winter! This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed where I am a paid contributor, however, I thought I would post it here in case you missed it.
Looking for some kitchen wall storage ideas? Look no further than this easy DIY project that will look great in your farmhouse style home. I love adding a little rustic touch to each room in my home and when those touches are functional as well as pretty….that is just icing on the cake. This one was originally posted over on the Darice blog where I am a paid contributor but I am posting here in case you missed it.
Did you know that you can make your own mason jar planter from concrete? It is actually a fairly easy process and this adorable mason jar shaped pot can be yours. You can of course make an extra for a gift but you will definitely want at least one in your home. Remember that this is mason jar week and I have even more mason jar crafts from my blog partners for this series at the bottom of this post. You can also catch up with the projects from day 1 and day 2.
Learn how to make beeswax candles in a jar to give as gifts or to just burn around your home. Making candles is actually much easier than you probably think it is. Then you can customize your scents to your preferences and tastes. It doesn’t get much better than that! This week is mason jar week and you can also scroll to the bottom of this post to see ideas from our blog partners. You can also see the projects from day 1 here.
You can make a car play mat in an afternoon for your little one or any other child you need a DIY gift idea for. This portable mat is perfect for play on the go. Just pop the cars inside, fold it up, and drop it in your purse. Your little one can then play with the cars on the road anytime and anywhere! This one was originally posted over on the Darice blog where I am a paid contributor, however, I am sharing it here in case you missed it.