If you don’t have a Cricut yet… (you seriously need one), but you can create this by hand cutting the following rectangles and scoring each every 1/2″ down the length of each rectangle, then follow the tutorial.
You’ll need 2 strips each:
11.5 x 3″
11.5 x 2.75″
11.5 x 2.5″
11.5 x 2.25″
11.5 x 2″
11.5 x 1.75″
11.5 x 1.5″
11.5 x 1.25″
11.5 x 1″
11.5 x .75″
11.5 x .5″
OK, let’s do this! Here’s a step by step tutorial:
I can’t believe I’m already thinking about the Holidays! Where has this year gone? I want to get things ready a little ahead of time so I can sit back, sip eggnog and enjoy the kiddos this holiday season, so I went ahead and created this year’s personalized ornaments!
I am still working on those flannel scraps and decided to put them to use with an embroidery hoop!
To step it up a notch, I decided to create some wonky stitching around the edges, but this step is totally optional.
I think the stitching adds a little character and the handmade look, which I love.
I used a little HeatNBond, applied with the Cricut EasyPress to apply the canvas letters. You can see I reversed it on the letter D and used the flannel for the letter and the canvas for the background.
It’s a really easy way to create personalized ornaments for co-workers, family and friends!
Simply add an elastic string to the hoop closure and a little hot glued bow and voila… you’re all done! On to the next project.
Here’s a quick video! (Products used linked below the video)
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Jingle Bells by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
I had a snow day today and you know what that means?!! Play day in my craftroom!
I decided to make these cutie patootie tissue holders with my Cricut Maker! You know how tissues get.. ahem… GROSS… in your purse. Well not anymore! Keep them neat and tidy and oh so cute with tissue pouches in your favorite fabrics
I mean don’t they just make you happy? They make me think of spring flowers and pretty summer colors.
I even added a little lobster clasp in case you want to hook one to the diaper bag or back pack.
Guess what? I even have the pattern all ready for you. Just copy and paste this link into Design Space and voila – all you need to do is cut and assemble. Ready for the link?