Click through to find out how to hop down the bunny trail this Easter with these cute signs Alaskan lifestyle blogger, Kiss My Tulle, DIYed with her Cricut.
When my nephew-in-law was deployed, Melanie and I loved sending him fun care packages that we decorated using my trusty #CricutMaker.
Learn how to make this adorable Thanksgiving “Feast mode” iron-on shirt using the Cricut Maker.
San Antonio lifestyle blogger, Cris Stone, shares a Cricut gift guide! Give them something amazing. Here’s 12 great gifts for the crafter in your life.
San Antonio lifestyle blogger, Cris Stone, shares how she bought an inexpensive pair of sneakers and whipped up these cheetah print kid’s shoes using her Cricut and EasyPress Mini DIY.
I thought it would be funny AF to create a shirt with my favorite Thanksgiving saying on it. DIY a Goldbergs-inspired “It’s ThanksFUCKINGgiving” T-shirt!
Melanie is using 5 of her allotted unexcused absences from school for our upcoming Disney trip. I thought I’d make a little joke of it and DIY this funny “School is Important. Disney is Importanter.” T-shirt to commemorate our trip.
San Antonio lifestyle blogger, Cris Stone, shares 12 back to school projects you can DIY with your Cricut today! Click to find out more!
San Antonio lifestyle blogger, Cris Stone, shares a simple to follow DIY on how to make this “Santa is My Bestie” shirt using your @officialcricut.
Remember how bald Melanie was for like, EVER. Seriously she didn’t start growing hair until she was three and a half! It was so bad that she had never even worn hair elastics and headbands until a few months ago….
If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I was born and raised in Alaska, roughly two hours from the Canadian border. It’s funny growing up there, because it always feels like Canada is a part of you (like, you refer to the continental United States as “the Outside” but Canada is “next door”). Growing up, we often hosted high schools from Canada at sporting events or cultural activites. So much so, that basically everyone in Alaska knows both of the national anthems of the two countries. I sang “The Star Spangled Banner” and “O Canada” before many a high school basketball game and, to this day, I still know both by heart. So when I realized that my “other homeland” was going to be celebrating their 150th birthday – I immediately wanted to do a little something to embrace those memories of singing their gorgeous anthem. So, I busted out my trusty Cricut Explore Air and made a fun, glittery banner! Check out my step by step tutorial on how to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday with this DIY “O Canada” banner!
As many of you know, I love Thanksgiving and host it every year. I have been doing it for so long that I have a set menu, a timeline, and all the supplies I need to create a chic yet simple “event” that everyone enjoys. This year, I decided to add another fun level to my Thanksgiving skillz – a leftovers station! Y’all know that leftovers are the absolute BEST thing about the holiday so why not make them the centerpiece of your celebration? I’ve made it super easy for you, too! I sourced all the supplies and am sharing a bunch of FREE printables so you can create your own Thanksgiving leftovers station: