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!
In this post, Texas Mom Blogger, Kiss My Tulle, shows you how to start a blog in four easy steps! CLICK THROUGH to start a blog in less than ten minutes!
An easy to make and affordable felt “Happy Birthday” banner perfect for using year after year. That you can DIY using your Cricut Maker!
WordPress is forcing a roll out of the Gutenberg Editor on November 19th – so, you might as well learn to use it. Today, I’m showing you how to use format blocks within your post in Gutenberg.
WordPress is forcing a roll out of the Gutenberg Editor on November 19th – so, you might as well learn to use it. Here’s how to add WP Recipe to your posts in Gutenberg for WordPress.
Be sure to install and activate the Gutenberg plug-in editor. Here’s how to add a cover image and an inline image to your posts in Gutenberg for WordPress.
Remember how I made a cute “My First Visit” T-shirt for my daughter to wear her first time at Walt Disney World? I made the graphic myself and then uploaded it to my Cricut Explore Air – it was so easy! Well, we’re headed to Disney again in May (I’ve got the bug!) and I wanted to do a little something special again for that trip. When we went in January, it was pretty humid and we ended up bringing several bottled waters with us every day to the parks. This time, I picked up a few refillable water bottles to bring along and refill at water fountains throughout the day (because that will be so much cheaper and less wasteful) but I wanted to add a little something to make them fun. So, why not let each person in our family pick out their own bottle and then add their initial to it? It’s SO easy to upload your own images to the Cricut Explore Air! Read on for a tutorial on how to personalize your refillable water bottle with your initial and your Cricut Explore Air!
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!
Ah, the wedding night! For many, it’s a chance to unwind, gossip, and… well, you know! For those of you hoping to make your wedding night a little more special, I suggest being sure to pack a separate, smaller tote with all the wedding night “necessities” (either on its own or tucked into your luggage) so that when the time comes, you can just grab it and get down to business. To help you out, I’ve created this fun “Married AF” tote and filled it with some bits I think make for a fun wedding night! Seriously, there’s everything you need for your wedding night with this Married AF tote DIY (plus, a bonus wedding night DIY at the end of the post)!
A few Christmases ago, my little sister gifted me a wonderfully chunky knit scarf with super cute pom poms on the end. I wore the scarf endlessly… until I had my daughter. Then, the adorable pom poms started being used as teething toys and a little person frequently tried to strangle me with my own accessory. So, this winter, I decided to make a small change that would allow me to continue wearing my favorite scarf – with fearing for my welfare. So, here’s how to turn a regular scarf into an infinity scarf (in only a few steps!):A few Christmases ago, my little sister gifted me a wonderfully chunky knit scarf with super cute pom poms on the end. I wore the scarf endlessly… until I had my daughter. Then, the adorable pom poms started being used as teething toys and a little person frequently tried to strangle me with my own accessory. So, this winter, I decided to make a small change that would allow me to continue wearing my favorite scarf – without fearing for my welfare. So, here’s how to turn a regular scarf into an infinity scarf (in only a few steps!):
Remember that time I DIYed all 78 of the cloth napkins for my $5,000 backyard wedding? Oy. My hands still hurt thinking about it! But, while that DIY may have been boring and time-consuming, I did love all my napkins once I was done – they looked so pretty! And also super awesome? Since our wedding day, they’ve actually been used quite a bit (mostly for holidays but also for my baby shower). It’s been so handy to have a giant wad of pretty linens available whenever I needed them; however, it’s really been bugging me that the were all one sided and had ugly raw edges. So, I set out to fix that and figured out how to make double sided cloth napkins from old napkins!