Good Fortune On Valentine’s Day
I’m always amazed at all of the things I can make with my Cricut. So whenever I can convert a food item into a craft…well that’s just freaking Awesome! These are so adorable and it’s always so special to make handcrafted gifts for loved ones. It’s something they will appreciate because it was made by you. These cute little fortune cookies can be made with or without a Cricut machine. So click here and let’s get the fun started.
Color your Valentine
I still remember when my kids were little and I prepared their cards for school. Back then they were the store bought little perforated cards that you separated and wrote their name on; most of the kids received the same ones multiple times. Here I start you off with a couple of coloring cards that include crayon holders. Feel free to add designs and change them up. Click here for the fun details and tutorial video.
Love for All
I love crafting and I love Love so it makes total sense that my first project for 2020 is for Valentine’s Day. I had an extra little wood pallet and decided to add a little color and flair to it and, of course, I had to share with all of you so that you could create your own or just get ideas for something you want to make. Click here for details and for BONUS Design Space file
Glitzy Gift Tags
There’s something so special about handmade gifts or special touches for the Holidays. AND what better way to add your special touch than with gift tags made by you with the help of your Cricut. I’ll even show you how to write the To: with your Cricut pens so you save time. I’ll create simple quick and easy options and fancy, glitzy options too…perfect for those on your Naughty or Nice list. Read More
Easy Gift Tags
Easy gift tags that use the slice feature on Cricut Design Space to help you create 6 tags with only 3 slices. Watch here for step-by-step tutorial.
Ornament in Memory of Loved One
Holidays are a time for family and gratitude. However, it always reminds us of those who are no longer with us. I created this ornament in honor of my sister and I love that she will always be a part of our celebrations. See how you can make your own keepsake here.
Santa’s Milk & Cookies Plate
There’s something so magical as the night before Christmas when the kids are getting ready for bed and excited to put out their milk and cookies for Santa Oh and let’s not forget the carrots for the reindeer too. Here are some simple steps on how you can make this plate for a special someone.
Personalized Christmas Stockings with Cricut EasyPress Mini
This year I am blessed with 2 new grandbabies — a boy, Derek from my Son and a little girl, Riley from my Daughter. Of course, I need to customize their Christmas stockings so that they take their place at the mantel with the rest of the family. Here’s how you can do it too.
Resize Cricut Project in Design Space
How many times have you seen a pre-made project in Design Space and wanted to resize to fit your needs. Well, here’s a tutorial on how to do just that. I found this great file but it was made for a 10″ wood round but I only have a 4″ wooden ornament, but I knew it could be done in a flash. Watch here
Christmas Dish Towels with HTV
I don’t know about you, but I LOVE decorating for the Holidays and that means every room in the house has a special touch. So why not the kitchen! This is also a great project for a Cricut newbie because it’s simple, fun and makes an instant impact. Click here for instructions and video tutorial. BONUS, Design Space file included.