These are cute little Valentine’s Day signs I made. They are inspired by the little Valentine’s Day candy conversation hearts. I am new to using power tools so I haven’t been taking photos during the process for my blog, but these are simple and here is the supplies I used. 1x6 common board StainCricut vinyl… Continue reading Wood Conversation Hearts Sign Valentines Day Decor
This is an easy craft if you have a cricut, I made three in less then an hour. Dollar Tree has these oven mitts with a pocket. You can stuff it with cookie or cake mixes and even a fun kitchen gadget. They are perfect for gift giving for teachers, white elephant, stocking stuffers or… Continue reading Dollar Tree Cricut Crafts: Graphic Oven Mitts Christmas Gift Idea
If you can use a hot glue gun, you can make these pillows. There is no sewing involved. You can also do without the decal if you don’t own a cricut machine. I used cloth table napkins from Hobby Lobby. They are the perfect size for throw pillows. They were $2.99 a piece but I… Continue reading No Sew Christmas Throw Pillows Cricut Iron On Decal
This Welcome Porch sign is perfect for the "feeling social" and the "not feeling social" days, lol! I am trying to find all kinds of excuses to use my Cricut. I love it! I had this piece of wood, so I decided to make one of those famous "Welcome" porch signs but with a funny… Continue reading Welcome Sign For Front Porch Or Is It?
I’ll admit it...I am Cricut obsessed! I have made earrings, iron on tees, sayings for mugs, wall art, I’m even selling my earrings on Etsy now. Check them out here: My Etsy Shop My son is getting married next month and I wanted to make the happy couple something special. I bought this velour throw… Continue reading Does Cricut Infusible Ink Work On A Velour Throw?
I was walking my dog the other day and someone had thrown out this old board. I looked at it and immediately knew I wanted to make something from it. I walked on past planning on picking it up on the way back then quickly decided to turn around and get it, thinking someone else… Continue reading Cricut Welcome Sign Made With Old Weathered Wood
This was a fun project just in time for the Fourth of July! It’s fast, easy and cheap. Supplies list: Two Plastic Cutting Boards from Dollar Tree, the kind with the holes on topOne Wooden Crate. I got this one at Walmart in the floral section but you can get them at Michaels, Hobby Lobby… Continue reading Dollar Tree Cutting Board Craft: S’mores Tote
I found this avocado green vintage train case at a thrift shop for .50! I decided to shabby chic it and use it for storage inside my tv console. I knew it’s not going to be heavily used so I decided to paint it. Here’s the paint I used. I picked outdoor acrylic hoping it… Continue reading Up Cycled Vintage Train Case Suitcase