Cricut Cupcake Toppers : A Full Tutorial

Cricut cupcake toppers are one of the simplest crafts you can do and the supply list is short!  Even better, should you make your own Cricut cupcake toppers the possibilities are endless and you can make a cupcake topper is any shape and size.  For my daughter’s 4th birthday party, she wanted to have a swan theme.  It turned out so beautiful and I loved putting it together for her.  I decided to make my own Cricut cupcake toppers because I wanted them a specific way and I wanted them to match her party invitations.  If you’re looking to create Cricut cupcake toppers for your next party, below you will find a full tutorial for how to create them from start to finish.  It’s so easy!

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Cricut Cupcake Toppers : A Full Tutorial

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Cricut cupcake toppers are super quick and easy to create and will make your party treats look so cute!  I will share all the materials you’ll need to create Cricut cupcake toppers, and don’t worry…that list is super short.  Be sure to check out the source list below the video to see all the tools and materials I used to create these cute little swan cupcake toppers.  I just love how they turned out!  If you create your own, be sure to let me know in the comments because I would love to hear what you created!

 

MATERIALS & TOOLS YOU’LL NEED

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

 Brayer Tool – https://amzn.to/2Fb4Mpq

 Tool Set – https://amzn.to/2tbmtTc

 Blue Cricut Mat – https://amzn.to/3bkM4dX

 Glue Gun – https://amzn.to/2V6BQrB

 Glitter Cardstock

Ribbon

Toothpicks

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Connect Cursive Fonts In Cricut Design Space

Knowing how to connect cursive fonts in Cricut Design Space is really important because it will broaden the fonts that you can craft with if you know how to make them look like they should.  Most people get confused when they try to work with a cursive font and see that the letters aren’t connected right away.  If you’re working with a cursive font and need to learn how to connect cursive fonts in Cricut Design Space, I’ll show you two quick ways to do so in this tutorial.  I will also show you which way I prefer to do it!  Once you know how to connect cursive fonts in Cricut Design Space, you will be able to appreciate those beautiful cursive fonts and really make some stunning projects with them!

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Connect Cursive Fonts In Cricut Design Space

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In the word above, you will see how the first cursive words doesn’t look so beautifully cursive after all because all the letters are separated.  In this tutorial you will learn how to connect cursive fonts in Cricut Design Space two different ways.  Be sure to check out the source list below the video if you’d like to know more about the font I am working with in the tutorial.  Enjoy!

 

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Font Used : https://fontbundles.net/free-fonts/gr…

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Beginner Friendly Monogram Cup with Cricut Joy

If you’re looking for a beginner friendly monogram cup, this is a super simple craft tutorial that is perfect for you!  Plus, it is so perfect for summer!  I used my Cricut Joy to create this simple beginner friendly monogram cup and ended up making one for each member of our family.  Even better, this is a perfect craft to do with scrap pieces of vinyl because very little vinyl is needed for each cup!  Be sure you are always saving your scraps because they always come in handy later in other crafts.  If you’re ready to practice cutting and applying vinyl, this beginner friendly monogram cup is the perfect project for you!

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Beginner Friendly Monogram Cup with Cricut Joy

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These little cups are really popular at our house and are perfect for adults and kids!  Plus, I love how bright and festive they are now that summer is here.  It just makes it so fun and exciting when you have a bright cup at the dinner table.  This beginner friendly monogram cup is a crowd pleaser and so easy to create.  Be sure to check out the source list below the video to see all the tools and materials used to bring these cups together.  Plus, I’ll share where you can get these cups!

 

MATERIALS & TOOLS YOU’LL NEED

Cricut JOY – http://shrsl.com/25914

 Tool Set – https://amzn.to/2tbmtTc

 Scraper – https://www.651vinyl.com/4-inch-squee…

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

 Cricut Joy Smart Vinyl – http://shrsl.com/25919

 Cricut Joy Transfer Tape – http://shrsl.com/2591e

 Rainbow Cups – https://rstyle.me/+aIYLHirRrF8GLQ01Im…

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Attach vs. Weld in Cricut Design Space : What’s the Difference?

When I first started using Cricut Design Space, one of the biggest concepts that confused me was attach vs. weld.  I honestly could not understand the difference between the two, which prevented me from using them correctly.  Once I finally understood attach vs. weld, I was able to craft and design much more quickly and efficiently.  If you are confused about the difference between attach vs. weld, don’t worry because it is one of the most common thing that confuses crafters when it comes to Cricut Design Space.  But I promise you, this tutorial will help you understand the difference and help you know when to use one over the other.

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Attach vs. Weld in Cricut Design Space : What’s the Difference?

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Knowing the difference between attach vs. weld will help you become quicker at designing in Cricut Design Space.  It will also help you achieve successful cuts when it comes time to cut your design on your machine.  Attach vs. weld had me going cross eyed for the longest time, but the moment I finally understood it…I felt like a light bulb was literally turned on!  I hope this tutorial helps clarify attach vs. weld for you!  Be sure to check out the source list below this video if you’d like to learn more about the font used in this video.

 

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Font Used : https://fontbundles.net/free-fonts/gr…

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The Best Way To Store Vinyl Scraps

I am all about craft room organization, even when it comes to my scrap pieces.  I used to just store them in a box all together, but I noticed that it was hard for me to sort through them when I was trying to locate a specific color that I needed!  In order to help get me organized, I finally thought of a new organization system that I am convinced is the best way to store vinyl scraps.  I can’t wait for you to see my idea because, not only it is pretty, but it is really effective.  I find that the more organized I am, the more efficient I am when crafting.  By organizing my vinyl scraps by color, I can now easily locate the color I am looking for and am more likely to use my scraps in my projects when I can quickly access them!  Are you ready to learn all about the best way to store vinyl scraps!?  Let’s get started!

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The Best Way To Store Vinyl Scraps

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When thinking through the best way to store vinyl scraps, I knew that I wanted them to be organized by color for quick retrieval and I also knew I wanted the storage system to look pretty because it would be visible within my craft space.  Now, this is one of my favorite spots in my craft room because it is so bright and cheery!  It truly is the best way to store vinyl scraps because they are easy to find and easy to store!  Be sure to check out the source list below this video tutorial to see all the materials and tools used to create this storage system.  I hope this inspires you to get organized with your scraps!

 

MATERIALS & TOOLS YOU’LL NEED

Cricut JOY – http://shrsl.com/25914

 Tool Set – https://amzn.to/2tbmtTc

 Scraper – https://www.651vinyl.com/4-inch-squee…

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

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

 Gridlined Clear Transfer Tape – https://shrsl.com/2a0hd

 White Vinyl = https://shrsl.com/2da71

 Patterned Vinyl – https://shrsl.com/2da75

 Acrylic File Box – https://rstyle.me/+JrU625AeD-pzcRc1Ey…

 Lemon File Folders – https://rstyle.me/+pIKn8hF2K-YiD2iPmn…

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