Planner / Journal Pen Holder with Cricut Maker

Today, I have a really fun and super easy project for you!

Pretty fun, right?!!  These are super easy to put together and great for beginner sewists, like me!

The best part is, you can customize them to fit any planner and/or color preference.

You can see on this one I wanted to add a little color to my Heidi Swapp Gold Polka Dot planner, so I added Coral and Teal.  Dreamy!

I just love it!

How about this combo?  Florals are kinda my go to theme!

 Which is your favorite?

I would love to see what combinations you make!  I made a video for you, you knew I would!  I think these would be really fun to personalize with the Cricut Easy Press!

If you’re a Cricut Maker User, you can grab the Design Spacefile here and cut it out with your Maker.  Don’t have a Cricut Maker, no worries.  You can cut this pattern by hand!  It’s super easy.

Thanks for stopping by!  Leave me a comment and let me know what colors you’re making!

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Tissue Pouch with the Cricut Maker

I had a snow day today and you know what that means?!!  Play day in my craftroom!

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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

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I mean don’t they just make you happy?  They make me think of spring flowers and pretty summer colors.

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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?

https://design.cricut.com/#/landing/user-project/71256550

There you go.  Need a step by step tutorial?  I’ve got that for you, too!  Be sure and tag me on social media if you make these!  I’d love to see them!

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Door Mat with Cricut Explore or Cricut Maker

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Well hello there!  Happy Friday.  I am so excited the weekend is almost here.  I thought I would share a fun project with you that can created start to finish in an afternoon.  It’s really pretty easy.

I think this door mat makes the perfect house warming, wedding, shower, birthday, Mother’s Day, holiday gift.  Who wouldn’t love a warm welcome into their home, like this.  Do you have a blended family?  Try something with first names like, “welcome to Doug and Lorrie’s”.

Here is a step by step tutorial for you.

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Buttons & Bows Loaded Envelopes with the Cricut Explore/Cricut Maker (Free SVG included)

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Buttons & Bows.  Is there a better combination?  I am not sure, but I do know that I love me some buttons and bows!

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Sometimes when I don’t know what to make, but I really want to play with all of the pretty ephemera and papers that I have – I will make a loaded envelope.  It’s filled with so much yummy real estate.

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Places to tuck a button here, and button there, throw in a little bow and before you know it…
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You have a little pocked filled with heaven.  How cute is this to sit on a shelf, or send to a friend?

 

There is lots of room to send a note, a little gift or just fill it with pretties.

 

Most of the ephemera and the envelope itself was cut with my Cricut Explore.  You can watch a print then cut tutorial here (to make the ephemera) and pick up the SVG and find out how to make the Loaded Envelope itself here.

 

 

 

 

But wait, what about the other side?

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And just like that, you have another look to Buttons and Bows.

Want to see a close up and see what’s inside?  I thought maybe you would.  Here’s a video

Thanks for stopping by!

Reversible Headbands with the Cricut Maker and Heat n Bond Interfacing

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I am so excited about these fun reversible headbands I made for my sweet granddaughter, Evie.  Each one is fully reversible.  I created a SVG pattern and uploaded it to Cricut Design Space and cut the fabric with my Cricut Maker!  It makes it so easy!  Don’t have the Cricut Maker yet?  That’s ok, you can cut the pattern on paper and use that as a template to handcut your fabric.  Easy Peasy!

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Aren’t they adorable?!  Evie doesn’t seem to mind wearing them at all and they don’t leave any kind of mark on her pretty little head. 🙂 . I must admit, her mom steals them every once in awhile to add a little flair to her messy buns.

If you’d like the SVG, click on Evie’s photo and download it from my Drop Box.  I would love it if you make the headbands if you’d tag me on social media.  Pretty please?  I just love seeing what everyone is making!

Here is a step by step tutorial using your Cricut Maker, Cricut Design Space and then showing you how to assemble and sew.

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