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Get Personal for the Holidays with Cricut

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Today I'm sharing 25 custom personalized gifts you can create with Cricut this holiday season.  Ahhhh, it's the holidays! It's the most perfect time of the year to share my love for the holidays and also my love for crafting.  Crucit makes this so easy.  So get out those holiday lists and customize any of these projects and create the most wanted gifts.  
You can create these projects with either a Cricut Maker or Cricut Air2.  

Here is a list of great holiday personalized projects:
1.   Letter to Santa Wooden Sign from Tried & True
2.   Custom Wood Trees by Kingston Crafts
3.   Christmas Eve Box by Artsy Fartsy Mama
4.   Advent Calendar by This Is Tisa
5.   Personalized Tote & Stationery Set by 100 Directions
6.   Baking Set by Hey, Let's Make Stuff
7.   Hostess Gift by Pineapple Paper Co.
8.   Truck Ornament by Lydi Out Loud
9.   Wooden Christmas Sign by Polka Dot Chair
10. Personalized Christmas Pajamas by The Happy Scrap
11. Christmas ornaments by Dream A Little Bigger
12. Coasters by Love Create Celebrate
13. Pajamas by Weekend Craft
14. Teapot Set by The Best of This Life
15. Christmas Eve Sign by Lemon Thistle
16. Makeup Bag by Leap of Faith Crafting
17. Reuseable Bag by Brittany Goldwyn
18. Monogram Journals by See Kate Sew
19. Luggage Tags by M2B Studio
20. Best Friends Gifts by Jolly and Happy
21. Magnets by The Country Chic Cottage 
22. Baskets by Heather Handmade
23. Personalized Stockings by Not So Cli-Shae
24. Santa Bags by Something Turquoise 
25. Disney Shirts by Pulling Curls


Remember the Personalized Stationery post I created a couple of weeks ago?  I wanted to concentrate on teachers and what they might like.  While I will never give 'holiday' themed stationery, I opt to give something anyone can use year-round.  Teachers are always writing notes sending thank yous.  Cricut makes creating the perfect personalized gift quick and easy.  

I'm a paper person, always have been, always will be.  I love gifting paper products whenever I have a chance.  Gifting any personalized gift always makes someone's day a little brighter.  And to be honest, receiving a handwritten note is also the best feeling ever.  For someone to take time out to handwrite congrats, reminders or just a thank you is something I think is getting lost. 

I hope you take the time to create something special this holiday season for someone in your life.  Leave a comment letting me know what you have made or what you have in mind to make. 








Cricut Gift Guide for Busy Crafters

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.  The links in this post contain affiliate links, and I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my link.
If you have ever tried one of my DIY projects. You may know I try to keep all projects easy to complete and super fast.  I love to create, however, in my everyday life, I don't have much time to complete projects.  I work full time, I guess you could call me a 'Busy Crafter'.

Personalized Stationery with Cricut Maker

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

I love giving personalized gifts for the holiday season.  Stationery is my favorite personalized gift to give always.  Today I partnered with Cricut and grabbed my Maker to create this cute project - the perfect gift-giving gift!
I wanted to concentrate on teachers and what they might like.  While I will never give 'holiday' themed stationery, I opt to give something anyone can use year-round.  Teachers are always writing notes - notes to parents, to other teachers and of course thank you notes.
The links in this post contain affiliate links, and I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my link.
Let's get started with supplies:
Cricut Maker or Cricut Air2
Cutting Mat
Cricut Scoring Wheel
Cricut Premium Vinyl 
Cricut Transfer Paper
Cricut White Card Stock
Natalie Malan Divine Peonies Deluxe Paper
Adhesive

1.  Please visit the Cricut Design Center for the cut file.  You can find it here


2.  Set up mats for scoring and cutting.
3.  Customize the name of your favorite teacher, cut with vinyl and attach to flat cards.
 4.  Fold your card stock on the scored lines and adhere with adhesive.

Remember the Cricut Maker cuts over 300 materials, from the finest paper to fabric, mat board, leather, and basswood.  With the easy to learn Design Center, you could be making all your projects in minutes.

Thank you guys for stopping by.  I hope you have a great time creating personalized stationery.

Top 5 Reasons I love my Cricut Maker

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My Cricut machines are my number one go-to crafting tool.  Most all my projects are created using these machines.  I currently own a Cricut Maker in addition to a Cricut Air2 and do use both machines, but today I wanted to share with you some of the reasons I love using my Cricut Maker.
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Mimosa Funds Wallet with Cricut EasyPress Mini

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hi everyone!  Happy Wednesday.
Everyone needs fun money and some of us may like coffee, others may like tacos.  I love both those things but like to save money for mimosas!  Today we took a fun approach and created a Mimosa Funds Wallet with the Cricut EasyPress.