School will be starting before we know it. That means school supplies, new clothes and packed lunches.
I have rounded up 27 of the best back to school Cricut projects to inspire you to make something special for the kids in your life to kick off the new school year!
When Cricut released the Maker, they said that they would be adding new tools. Today, they made good on their promise by adding four new additions to the QuickSwap system.
The Cricut Maker comes with the fine-point blade and the rotary blade for cutting fabric. In addition, you can also purchase the knife blade for thicker materials. Beyond those, all other tips and blades currently available are part of the QuickSwap System.
Do you love the look of hand lettering on Cricut projects as much as I do? I hope so, because I hand lettered these patriotic SVG files just for you.!
Fourth of July is one of those holidays that we do big around our home.
I am fully aware that I could have been born any place in the world, but God saw fit that I would be an American. I am honored to live in a country where anything is possible, even supporting my family by blogging about the Cricut!
I have rounded up some of the best patriotic Cricut projects for Fourth of July to inspire you today!
There is nothing we look forward to more every summer than our Fourth of July party. The land behind our home is sprinkled with lawn chairs and the sound of laughter floats on the air. Even though the Oklahoma heat is sweltering, all of the painstaking preparations are completely worth it when we reflect on precious time with family and friends.
Cricut is stirring up the crafting community today with their release of a revolutionary new system called CRICUT Infusible Ink. I am super excited to share with you what we know about it so far.
The Cricut Infusible Ink system was designed to give crafters the ability to make professional level heat transfer products that are smooth, don’t crack or peel, and last longer than the material itself.
I’m a comfy, yoga pants and t-shirt kind of gal. That laid back vibe pretty much carries through to all areas of my life. That is why most times when I am working in Cricut Design Space, I am leaned back in my recliner on the couch instead of sitting in a stiff chair at my desk.
What? You too?! I knew I liked you. 😉
I bet if you use Cricut Design Space away from your desktop, you have wondered how in the world to get some new fonts onto your iPad or iPhone. Well, wonder no more my friends. Today, I am going to show you step-by-step how to download and install fonts to your iPad (and iPhone) to use in Cricut Design Space.
If you have been needing a teacher gift idea, I have a fun Cricut teacher project for you today! A glittered pencil mason jar is a perfect pencil holder or flower vase.
I am so thankful for the teachers who have helped shape my kiddo over the years! I wish I had the resources to do something more significant, because God knows they deserve it. Until then, hopefully the small gestures of kindness we send will remind them they are appreciated (and that no one else is crazy enough to be in a room with 20+ kids all day everyday.) Seriously.
I just love seeing other people’s Cricut projects, don’t you?! I have rounded up 21 Cricut projects for Mother’s Day to get our creative juices flowing.
If you are still trying to figure out what to do for Mother’s Day, these may give you just the idea you need. I hope for a little while you can sit back and relax, grab a cup of coffee (or a glass of wine 😉 ), and just be inspired by the creativity and beauty all around us.
If you have fallen in love with succulents like I have, join me to learn how to make three different felt succulents using the Cricut and my free SVG files.
Do you love succulents as much as I do? I’m pretty fond of anything that stands strong against my plant killing tendencies. Not only that, but they are so colorful and exotic looking. I knew when I saw this adorable dinosaur planter at Target that I had to make a felt succulent arrangement, so I decided to create some free SVG files for you so you can DIY succulents too!
I have been wanting to make a cute Easter Cricut project for our home. I decided to make this adorable bunny banner out of felt. I have to admit that it is one of my favorite Cricut projects that I have made in a while!
I’m not sure that I would include this in the easy Cricut projects category because of the hand stitching, but if you hot glued the edges instead of hand stitching them you could definitely speed up the process. Either way, I think the result it totally worth it!
Here is your ultimate guide to cut felt with the Cricut Explore and the Cricut Maker.
Learn the best kind of felt to use, recommended blades, mats and cut settings, plus tips and tricks to make cutting felt with the Cricut a success!
Learn how to make a cake topper with Cricut, including a free downloadable SVG file for you to use.
I love when I am able to make easy Cricut projects that don’t take a ton of time but still make a big impression! This cake topper is simple, but it adds so much when it is the star of the cake.
Today I have a DIY mermaid Valentine’s Day mailbox to share with you.
I’ve been busy creating Cricut Valentine’s Day projects. I already shared my unicorn Valentine box that I made with my Cricut Maker here. If you prefer mermaid valentines though, keep reading!
If you have been looking for Cricut Valentine’s Day ideas, I have an adorable unicorn Valentine box to show you!
I knew as soon as I saw the metal mailbox in the Target Dollar Spot that it would be perfect for a DIY Valentine’s mailbox. I have a Cricut Design Space file for you and all the instructions so you can make one yourself in no time!
Do you love seeing other people’s Cricut projects as much as I do?! I can spend waaaayy too long on Pinterest and the blogs I love just looking at project after project.
I have rounded up 33 of the best Cricut projects from 2018. I have sorted them by fabric Cricut projects, flower Cricut projects, HTV (heat transfer/ iron-on) Cricut projects, adhesive vinyl Cricut projects, and paper Cricut projects.
If you are like me, the holidays are one of the few times I can splurge and ask for things I WANT instead of need. Knowing what to ask for can be a hard decision, but I have put together a list of the best gifts for Cricut users to help you out.
Woohoo! It’s that time again. Holiday sales and shopping have begun!
I’ve rounded up the best deals on all the Cricut and crafty goodies. I will keep adding to it as I find more. I know that several in store retailers are having some good deals too, but I prefer to shop from my couch so I have mainly focused on those. Happy shopping!
One of the most common questions I get asked is about Cricut Access. It can be a bit confusing, so today I am going to go over all of the options for Cricut Access and help you decide if you even need it at all.
Many years ago all of the Cricut Machines used cartridges. You had to buy a new one (usually about $30-$50) for each image set you wanted. One of the common frustrations was spending all that money when you may have only really wanted a handful of the images.
Fast forward to today. All of the Cricut Machines now use Design Space instead of cartridges. Besides being able to manipulate the images, one of the best features is that you can purchase images one at a time as you need them.