I am a big fan of my Cricut machines and use them all the time. One of the things I love is I can add my own designs to print, or cut and print. Or alternatively, I can buy SGV’s and add them easily too. You can even add your kid’s artwork to design space and print and cut that. I know – super clever. But How do you add images and files to Cricut Design Space? Well, I have you covered with a simple how-to:
How to Create a cushion or pillow using Infusible Ink and the Cricut blank pillowcase perfect for Christmas time with our fab geometric tree design. I love being able to bring out homemade decorations at Christmas but that doesn’t mean I don’t want them to look professional and simple and easy to make, but they also need to be washable and long-living which is why I love infusible ink as it takes on the properties of the material you infuse it with.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine. These DIY Applique Monstera Leaf Cushions were cut out using my Cricut Maker and its rotary cutter blade. The game changer for me between the Cricket Maker and previous Cricut cutting machines is its ability to cut fabric unstabilised with ease, accuracy and speed.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine. Cricut Maker Review and Unboxing is a collaborative post with Cricut. First off what is a Cricut Maker? It is a new swanky cutting machine from Cricut. In the past, I have had a Cricut Mini and Cricut Explore, so you can tell that I am a big fan of Cricut and cutting machines.
I have always loved the silhouettes you see of people and they have always intimidated me. But I decided that I needed to get over my fear and figure out how to make a silhouette much easier to make and bam I decided to have a go at making them on my Cricut Explore The fact that is was coming up to my MIL’s birthday really spurred me on to give silhouette making a go.
The Cricut Explore was released in the UK today and I have been lucky enough to have had one to play with for the last two weeks, so I wanted to share with you my thoughts from this first two weeks with this revolutionary machine. First off I am going to admit that it has been Easter Holidays here and my number one priority is my boys, so it remained unboxed for three days and has only been played with in small chunks oe with them with me. Secondly, I am going to admit that cutting is my kryptonite. I hate cutting things, I do not have mad cutting skills and I more »
Sometimes you want to give a fathers day card to someone who is the Father figure in your life, but someone that you don’t necessarily call Dad which inspired me to create these free Rosette father’s Day card printables for Dad’s, Granddad’s and Step-Dads. There is even a blank one for you to personalise as needed.
These Cake Case Flowers sit on a shelf above my desk and bring me so much joy. I love real flowers, I really do, but there is nothing that makes me smile more than the handmade ones that grace my desk which have over time been made by my boys. They are often so simple to make, but they last forever and these cake case daffodils are so simple to make, but look amazing. Even better this is a mess-free craft.