Like a lot of you, I have been attempting to make the most of my time at home. Using what you have at home, here are 7 Cricut Crafts to make while staying in.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cricut. All opinions are 100% mine.
From learning new skills, turning my office into a yoga studio, crafting with Cricut, I am keeping my days full of activities.
Obviously, I am not leaving the house to get new crafting supplies since California is under Shelter in Place. So I am going to get creative and share how you can make DIY greeting cards.
During the holiday season, I really enjoy it when my mailbox is filled with cards and letters from loved ones. I thought this would be the perfect time to spread a little cheer to others through this difficult time.
DIY Greeting Cards
All you need for this project:
- Cricut Joy
- Cricut Joy Card Mat
- Cricut Joy Insert Cards – each pack allows you to make 12 cards, including envelopes!
The tutorial is now live on IGTV! I walk you through the steps on how you can make your own DIY greeting cards.
Cricut Reusable Shopping Bag Tutorial
Dawn shares how to create your own reusable shopping tote with Cricut Infusible Ink. These bags turned out so well! I love the ‘Bee Kind’ tote!
DIY Lip Print Shoes
Bianca took these plain white sneakers and made them next level for Valentine’s Day. Recreate these shoes and be the talk of the neighborhood while walking the dog!
Cricut Infusible Ink Coasters with Mountain Quotes
If you are dreaming about your next trip to the mountains, look no further than these DIY coasters from Kathy.
Bunny Knot Headband with Cricut Rotary Blade
It looks like Easter is going to be filled with a lot of indoor activities this year. While looking for Easter eggs, have everyone wearing these cutie headbands. Plus they are cute enough to wear again for spring outfits!
Abstract Napkins with Simple Iron-On Patterns
Make dinner at home an elevated experience with these abstract napkins! I love the patterns Lexi created – will definitely be making these myself.
DIY Ice Cream Card
Looking for more greeting card designs? Crystal has this “perfect for summer” design on her blog. It makes me hopeful that warm weather is around the corner.