As summer comes to an end, crafters everywhere dust off their cutting machines and head online to look for Fall Cricut ideas to craft. And I’ve got some inspo for you!! This season is the transition to when we start hunkering down – fewer lazy days at the beach, but instead looking towards days cozied […]
I just LOVE finding unique project ideas to do with vinyl that other people aren’t making, and this cute reusable made-with-a-Cricut lunch bag (using HTV) is no exception.
These cute wooden Valentine’s Day gift tags are such a fun way to dress up an ordinary gift – and they are reusable to boot! Oh and how about being a GREAT way to use up vinyl scraps?? Let’s get started! For this project I’m using Oracal 651 vinyl applied directly onto some 2 1/4 […]
Ready for a quick New Year’s Eve project for your Silhouette/Cricut? Just take a cute burlap wine bag and some HTV and you’ve got yourself a project that comes together easy peasy! It makes a great hostess gift or even just a decorative item for yourself. This design in particular is one I created with […]
As soon as I finished my Let it Snow SVG design, I knew exactly what I wanted to do with it! My sister-in-law had made some cute snowman ornaments last year with clear plastic ornaments and styrofoam beads. I wanted to put this design on one, but being a fairly detailed design I wasn’t sure […]
I’m always looking for unique ways to use my cut files and this ornament is just inspired! Using a basic wood slice, some vinyl, and my “Merry Christmas to All” SVG cut file, I’ve created a gorgeous ornament that’s perfect for a rustic themed Christmas tree, a unique gift, or a keepsake for a child.
I love whitewash and I love chalkboard so it kinda seemed like a given that I’d make a whitewashed DIY chalkboard menu sign for myself 🙂 This project was fun and easy and best of all, it LOOKS pretty fancy. You can use any stain colors if you don’t want to use the whitewash, of […]
Looking for a great Father’s Day project? Look no further, I’ve got you covered! Today I’m making this great distressed wood “Man Cave” sign with an attached cast iron bottle opener.