I wanted to show you the versatility of Cricut by cutting something a little unconventional. Most people think of cutting paper (which is also super fun! See how here) with their Cricut! I cut faux leather and it turned out pretty dang cool! I also used it to create a stencil for clay. You can really do so many things.
I am not one to decorate for the 4th of July, but I am SO into this little 4th of July decor item I made using Deco Foil and a free printable I have for you! It looks really detailed, expensive and intricate, but it’s totally not! It is extremely simple and you only need a piece of paper and some deco foil. Read more
The Cricut Design Space is really simple to use for creating custom projects. I had a fun time with my family coming up with these snarky DIY bookmarks. It was easy and we are still laughing at how funny we are. (No really; we think we are hilarious.) Read more
Unfortunately laundry is a necessary evil. When I first saw dryer balls and realized I could possibly never buy a dryer sheet again I thought I’d give them a try! The key to DIY dryer balls is the wool. You cannot skimp out on wool if you really want these to work. I tried! Read more
I always knew I wanted a Cricut, but I wasn’t 100% sure how much I would use it until I finally had my hands on one! I am not exaggerating when I tell you I have used it DAILY since the day I received it. Read more