DIY Cricut Graduation Gifts with the Joy

DIY Graduation Gift

It’s graduation season, which means graduation gift season! Searching for the perfect and unique gift can be hard, but hey, that’s why we’re makers, right? Thanks to the Cricut Joy and Smart Materials, I’m sharing not one, or two, or even three, but FOUR DIY graduation gifts you can make with the Cricut Joy (thanks to Cricut for sponsoring this post) that will be perfect for any special grad!

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My 5 Favorite Sewing Tools

Favorite Sewing Tools

Today I’m sharing 5 of my favorite sewing tools! These are all things that are must-haves for me while I sew, and have made my sewing life much more enjoyable and easier. You can click on the affiliate links below to try them for yourself! [Read more…]

DIY Be Kind T-shirt with the Cricut Explore Air 2 + Iron-on

Cricut Iron-on T-shirt Tutorial

I think we can all agree that little extra kindness is always a good thing. Today’s project helps to spread that message, and I’m excited to share this DIY Be Kind T-shirt project with you! Partnered with Cricut, I used the Cricut Explore Air 2 and Iron-on to create the design, and am also sharing a detailed video Design Space tutorial to guide you through from beginning to end. [Read more…]

Cricut Joy Back to School Project Tutorials

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cricut. All opinions are 100% mine.

DIY Cricut Joy Easy School Projects

If you’re a crafter, you’ve likely heard of Cricut’s newest machine, the Cricut Joy. It’s small but mighty, and if you follow me on Instagram, you might know that I’ve recently been spending way too much time playing with it! I had some skepticism about my personal use of the machine, which I’ll share more about below, but spoiler alert: it’s my new best crafting buddy. To show you just what the Cricut Joy is best at, I’m sharing 3 back to school Cricut Joy projects that are both quick and easy, meaning they can be made in 15 minutes or less! [Read more…]

Face Mask Pattern – 5 Different Ways

How to make a face mask

There’s a lot of info coming at us recently, between the news, social media, school emails (sooo many school emails), and in the sewing world, a big topic has been about how to make a face mask due to the shortages many areas are currently experiencing. I originally signed up to help with the 100 Million Masks project, but amazingly a local company stepped up to take them all on in our area. I want to help how I can (but also only if it’s actually needed, which I’ll share more about below), but have also felt a bit frozen with the decisions of what face mask pattern I should even be using.

With the thought that maybe I wasn’t alone in needing some direction, I decided to choose 5 different face mask patterns to make, each unique from the others, so I could share my thoughts and help you if you find yourself also learning how to make a face mask. [Read more…]