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Easy Kid Art Custom Cutting Boards for Amazing Gifts

Mother’s Day is coming up quickly and I always love to make all of the Grandma’s in our life a custom kid art creation as their gift each year. They absolutely love them and of course I always make an extra for myself. The only problem with that is coming up with new original ideas every year. This year Cricut came out with their infusible ink markers for freehand use and I knew right away I was going to use them for the gift this year. My next challenge was figuring out what  ...

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DIY Tutorial, Gift Ideas, Kid Crafts, Silhouette CAMEO, Software Tutorial

How to Easily Make a Puzzle

We are all stuck at home looking for ways to keep busy right now. There is one game that seems to be having a resurgence because of this…puzzles! You see people on Facebook and Instagram showing their progress on the puzzles and there is such a fun variety out there I never knew about! Did you know you can easily make your own puzzles with your Silhouette? They’ve made it as easy as a few clicks of a button for those with the designer edition or above. All you need is some  ...

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DIY Tutorial, Heat Transfer Vinyl, Interior Design, Kid Crafts, Material Tips, Silhouette CAMEO

How to Make a Fun Personalized Comforter

My youngest son has been patiently waiting for me to design his room into something he really loves now that he’s old enough to express himself. His loves are all things planes and trains! His Papa is a pilot and going to the airport to watch the small planes is always the best.day.ever! I’ve tried searching the web for a non-cheesy looking planes and trains comforter and I just could never find anything that didn’t look like a giant cartoon drawing. So what’s a  ...

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DIY Tutorial, Home Decor, Kid Crafts

How to Make Some Super Kid’s Room Art

I don’t know about you…but I’m lucky to be a mom to a real superhero!! My son’s “real” name is Batman. If you don’t believe me, you’ll have to ask him yourself. He tells everyone we meet that it’s his true identity. Now that he’s also becoming a grown-up (his words, not mine!) I figured a real superhero needs a┬ároom to match. So imagine my excitement when I saw that this cut file was in the Crafter’s Delight Bundle Vol. 3. I  ...

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