How To Make A Monogram in Cricut Design Space

Monograms are probably one of my favorite ways to personalize an item.  In fact, now that I have learned how to make a monogram in Cricut Design Space…I might just have to monogram all the things.  But first up, a new coffee thermos for myself.  Friends, I have been drinking cold coffee for too long.  Don’t get me wrong, I love an iced coffee…but only when it was intentionally made that way.  Sometimes I find myself reheating coffee so much that by the time I go to defrost dinner…my mug is still sitting in the microwave from earlier in the day.  (Insert sigh.)  A quick tap on my phone and a ring of my doorbell had a new coffee tumbler in my hands and ready for a monogram.  To be honest, the first time I learned how to make a monogram in Cricut Design Space I went a little cross eyed and thought it was complicated.  So if you are thinking the same, I’ve got you!  In this easy tutorial, I will have you mastering the monogram.

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How To Make A Monogram in Cricut Design Space

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The best thing about learning to make a monogram in Cricut Design space is that, once you make it, you can save it and monogram a million different items.  Whether you want to make t-shirts, ball caps, mugs, or totes…you only have to make your monogram once and then just resize it to fit your current project.  How easy is that!  In the tutorial below I am going to show you just how easy it is to create your one time monogram in Cricut Design Space, followed by a list of all the materials and tools used within the tutorial.  Let’s do it!

Materials & Tools You’ll Need

Travel Mug – https://amzn.to/2tjCgzp

Cricut Maker – https://amzn.to/35b7s0G

Brayer Tool – https://amzn.to/2Fb4Mpq

Weeding Tool – https://amzn.to/2tbmtTc

Scraper – https://amzn.to/39rWpUc

Measuring Tape – https://amzn.to/36brnOt

Paper Trimmer – https://amzn.to/36ansBA

Transfer Tape – https://amzn.to/2QuOoFr

Vinyl – https://amzn.to/2TBb3Ds

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How To DIY Verse of the Day Sign With Your Cricut

With my intention to put more emphasis on Word over World, I have really loved the idea of writing down inspiring scripture to remind me of my purpose.  Whether it is putting little verses on the fridge or on notecards, I love the idea of having little reminders to inspire me and keep me focused.  I have been wanting to create a DIY verse of the day sign and when I stumbled upon the perfect frame, I was ready to craft and bring this idea to life.  If you are wanting to bring a little more scripture into your home and want a designated place to showcase your favorite verses, this tutorial is just for you!  And to make things better, this DIY verse of the day sign is interchangeable!

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How To DIY Verse of the Day Sign With Your Cricut

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I love working with vinyl and find it really relaxing to work with!  Plus, the opportunities are endless!  Below is a full step-by-step tutorial for creating a DIY verse of the day sign with your Cricut, followed by a complete list of the materials and tools used within the tutorial.  Be sure to leave me a comment and let me know if you try this craft!  It’s one of my favorite things I have made so far with my Cricut and it took very little time to create!

 

Materials & Tools You’ll Need

Clip Frame – https://rstyle.me/+Ks44dPdycpVbIpiNXf…

Cricut Maker – https://amzn.to/35b7s0G

Weeding Tool – https://amzn.to/2tbmtTc

Scraper – https://amzn.to/39rWpUc

Measuring Tape – https://amzn.to/36brnOt

Paper Trimmer – https://amzn.to/36ansBA

Transfer Tape – https://amzn.to/2QuOoFr

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How To Create Custom Labels With Your Cricut

Well, I am going to be honest…crafting and organizing are two of things I turn to when I need to relax.  So having a craft that allows me to craft as well as organize is just a double win for me!  We recently created a craft space for me, which had me buying all the organizational bins and creating custom labels to label them with.  I was pretty much in heaven.  If there is one thing that I love…it is labeling and organizing and rearranging and purging and then reorganizing again.  Ok, that was 5 things…but you understand.  Learning how to create custom labels with your Cricut will not only get you organized in a quick minute, but it will also allow you to create the custom look that you love!  Plus, you can create a label for just about anything under the sweet sun.

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How To Create Custom Labels With Your Cricut

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There were many reasons why I wanted a Cricut, and custom labels was among the top!  Learning how to create custom labels with your Cricut is not only super easy, but it is super fun.  Plus, you will probably want to label just about everything in your house by the time you’ve labeled your first project.  Fair warning, labeling is not only fun…it can be addicting in a hurry!

Let’s get started!  Below is a full tutorial on how to create custom labels with your Cricut, followed by the complete list of materials used within the tutorial.  Enjoy!

Materials Used In Tutorial

 Cricut Maker – https://amzn.to/35b7s0G

 Craft Storage Boxes – https://rstyle.me/+nh6gD7mauFZYyO1WjVSvNg

 Weeding Tool – https://amzn.to/2tbmtTc

 Scraper – https://amzn.to/2RsHuB0

Measuring Tape – https://amzn.to/36brnOt

Paper Trimmer – https://amzn.to/36ansBA

 Transfer Tape – https://amzn.to/2QuOoFr

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Cookies For Santa + A Little Nibble

To be fair, these Christmas photos were edited and exported the day after Christmas, patiently awaiting a quiet afternoon when I could sit and share them.  Yes, it’s January and I am posting about Christmas, but such is the life of a busy mommy.  Although, waiting to share these has given me the gift of reliving these sweet moments again in pictures.  It was a sweet Christmas at our house.  The girls are at perfect ages to really participate in the magic and a favorite memory was making cookies for Santa.  Our oldest is always eager to fetch her stool so that she can help cook in the kitchen and she had a wonderful time making Christmas cookies with me this year.  I have to say, one of her favorite parts about baking is sitting patiently in front of the oven while they bake.  I always wonder if she will tire of watching the slow rise of our baked goods, but she always sits there from the moment they go in until the moment the timer goes off.

She personally selected each color of frosting and took pride in creating the most darling Christmas cookies for Santa.  Of course, we had to taste test them and they were just as yummy as they were pretty.  While I always wish I could slow time and keep our girls little, watching them grow and become more involved is so incredibly fun.  I love seeing their reactions, as they experience new things like frosting cookies and enjoying that perfect pairing of cookies with milk.

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Cookies For Santa + A Little Nibble

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Our Cozy Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve found us cozy at home, with our oven baking all day.  With the girls filling the air with anticipation for Santa and the oven filling the air with the sweet aroma of sugar cookies, I took my own advice from my eBook The Thoughtful Christmas: A Complete Guide To Intentionally Photographing Your Holiday Memories and dusted off my camera.  It’s an annual tradition for the girls to get their photos taken in their Christmas pajamas and they are photos that I always look forward too.

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One of the best things about photographing our children’s everyday is that just one photograph can instantly take us back to that moment with them, giving us the gift of memories.  And this Christmas has us hoping we will remember it forever.  To remember the pure merriment and magic in our girls’ eyes, as they truly understood the meaning of Christmas.  To remember how our 3 year old wrote her name all by herself on her letter to Santa for the very first time.  To remember how they enjoyed each day of advent, as they moved their nutcracker closer and closer to Christmas and enjoyed finding Oliver, their Elf on the Shelf.

As a mama, I want these moments to last forever.  But the thing is, every day the girls are growing faster and faster.  So I pick up my camera and savor each moment, knowing these photos will fill albums I will cherish in the years and decades ahead.  While I thank God for these moments and for giving us our girls, I also thank Him for the gift of endless love and grace.  The gift that reminds us of the true meaning of Christmas.

Our Cozy Christmas Eve

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