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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!
One of the best parts of summer around our house is the Forth of July. Since building our own home, every year we have a big July 4th bash. Of course, that is the perfect excuse to keep adding Forth of July decor made with my Cricut!
If you are looking to add to your patriotic home decor, this easy USA banner is a great project for your mantle or food table.
I decided to add to our American decor and created a custom wood sign using my Cricut Explore and the Cricut stencil vinyl. No matter what design you choose, creating a custom wood sign is so much easier when you have a Cricut!
I was recently invited to a Pinterest Party. It's where everyone brings an item for each person to make and you go home with all kinds of different projects. I didn't want to just copy a Pinterest idea, so I whipped out my Cricut Explore and came up with my own- a Thankful & Blessed charger plate. I love using my Cricut for home decor and especially to be reminded of how blessed we are.
Today's Cricut Explore project is labeled spice jars. I am so excited to have finished a project for our new home! We just moved in a couple months ago and to say we are still getting things in order is an understatement! This weekend I was able to take a little time for myself and give my Cricut some love. Here's the play by play on how you can make these labeled spice jars for your kitchen too.