5 Little Monsters: February 2020

Top 5 Cricut Maker Projects

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One of my favorite things in my craft room is my Cricut Maker. There is so much that I can do with it, everything from cutting vinyl, iron on, and cardstock, to cutting delicate materials like fabric and tissue paper, or thick materials like chipboard and balsa wood. There are even tools to engrave, deboss, perforate, score, and more.

Best Day Ever! Disney T-Shirt

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I wanted to make a few t-shirts for our family Disneyland trip next month and this was one of the first designs I made. I thought it would be a fun shirt for my 3 year old who has never been to Disneyland before and really has no idea what to expect, but is so excited to go. 

Easy Drawstring Backpacks for Disneyland

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My family is getting ready to head to Disneyland in a couple of weeks and everyone is super excited. It has been a long time since we took a trip like this as a family. The last time we went to Disneyland was 9 year and 3 kids ago. We have been planning this trip for nearly a year and I can't believe how close it is.

Introducing Cricut Joy! and a Baby Bodysuit Decorating Station

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Last week Cricut announced the addition of a new compact, smart cutting machine, Cricut Joy. This new machine joins the Explore Air 2 and the Maker to complete the Cricut lineup. I actually had the opportunity to get a preview of Cricut Joy about a month before the announcement and have been able to spend the last couple of weeks playing with the new machine.

Printable Valentine Cards

This year as Valentine's Day quickly approaches I decided that I wanted to design some little printable Valentine cards. I especially wanted to make some that could have a little non-candy treat attached.