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DIY Tutorial, Heat Transfer Vinyl, Holiday Crafts, Home Decor, Silhouette CAMEO

How to Create Custom Easter Word Art

Easter is only a few short weeks away!  I don’t know about you, but now I’m scrambling to get the house decorated for Easter/Spring since it’s so early this year.  See you later Valentine’s day decor! You know me, I don’t like to spend lots of money on seasonal decor but I do like a festive home.  Here’s a super colorful word art sign made with heat transfer vinyl, paper, and a cheap wood sign from the Target dollar spot. Click here to read the full  ...

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Bridal Decor, DIY Tutorial, Gift Ideas, Home Decor, Silhouette CAMEO, Wedding

Create a Unique Wedding Memory Memento

We recently repainted the main floor of our house, which means I had to take down all of the artwork I originally hung after moving in. I haven’t put it back up because I wanted to make some new art for the wall but I’m still trying to figure out what that will be. I was scrolling through Instagram the other day and saw that someone will take a photo of your wedding bouquet and turn it into art made with embroidery thread.  It was stunning! I’m not skilled in how to  ...

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Cricut Maker, DIY Tutorial, Holiday Crafts, Home Decor

Make a Spring Banner with Felt Flowers

I don’t know about you, but I’m kinda over winter at this point and looking forward to spring.  Real flowers aren’t really an option yet but felt flowers are always in season! I’m going to show you how easy it is to cut felt with the new Cricut Maker.  I was lucky to get a machine for my birthday/Xmas this year so I’m having fun exploring all the new materials I can cut with it. Here’s a tutorial showing you how to make a banner with those felt flowers  ...

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DIY Tutorial, Gift Ideas, Party Crafts, Silhouette CAMEO

Make Your Own Washi Tape With One Surprising Product

Washi tape…one of everyone’s favorite crafting supplies.  I don’t know about you but I tend to collect it and then don’t want to use it because if I use it all up I’ll be sad.  Logical…no, but that’s how the crafter’s mind works, right?  Just me? Well, guess what!  I just came up with a way to make your own washi tape with a common craft supply, for people who use vinyl,  you probably have it sitting in a drawer right now.  Any guesses? Ok,  ...

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