How To Create Cricut Farmhouse Decor

If you love farmhouse decor and it’s simple style as much as I do, you are going to fall in love with this tutorial!  When I saw this sweet tin bucket, I knew I wanted it to be a vase.  With wanting to get back into the habit of having fresh flowers in the house, I decided to create a little vase out of this tin bucket.  The only problem…it leaks!  I don’t think it was intended to have water inside!  If you are wanting dry arrangements, you are good to go.  However, if you are wanting to place fresh flowers and water inside…I would recommend making sure it’s an actual vase.  Making Cricut farmhouse decor is not only easy, but I will should you where you can find endless inspiration for it in the video.  Once I found this little pocket of inspiration, I was writing down an entire list of Cricut farmhouse decor that I am excited to make.  Do yourself a favor and create your very own vase to encourage a habit of placing fresh flowers in your house.  It’s something that is so simple, but brings a lot of joy into your four walls.

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How To Create Cricut Farmhouse Decor

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I just adore how this vase turned out, minus the leaking part!  I intentionally kept the design simple in nature, so that the design would support the flowers and share the spotlight.  I will show you exactly where I found this design, how it was customized for this project, and where you can find an endless amount of inspiration for Cricut farmhouse decor.  Trust me, this source of inspiration is going to have you crafting big time!  Below the video, you will also find a source list of the materials I used to you can create this same look at your craft table.

MATERIALS & TOOLS YOU’LL NEED

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

Tool Set – 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

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

Vinyl – https://amzn.to/2ULy0Ea

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When To Use Removable Vinyl On Your Craft Project

When it comes to art or decor for our home, one thing that always draws my eye is words.  I love the beautiful art that can be created out of simple words, and I also love having words that inspire us in our home.  I love the idea of the walls of our home showing love through pictures and showing comfort through words.  As a mama of two small children, I love the reminder of daily grace.  I love the idea that grace is given to me every single morning that I wake and wanted to created a visual reminder of that.  Through the use of a simple photo frame, I was able to create a beautiful piece of art that I placed in our playroom since we spend most of our day in there.  I love that, as the girls grow, I can teach them about what it means to be given grace and how it was given to us through Jesus.  If you have been curious about when to use removable vinyl and when to opt for permanent vinyl, this is a great craft project for when it’s okay to use removable!

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This final look really brings me a lot of joy.  I placed this beautiful word frame in our playroom and, not only does it remind me of grace, but it also simply brings me happiness when I see it.  I will show you when to use removable vinyl, how to create custom word art with the text tool in Cricut Design Space, and how to add some pretty vines to your art to make it that much more visually appealing.  I loved designing this project and, even more, love how much it is a part of our everyday.  Let’s jump into when to use removable vinyl, as we create a beautiful photo frame that inspires us.  Plus, be sure to tell me what words you would put on your frame because I would love to know what inspires you!  Also, be sure to reference the source list below to create this same look at your craft table!

MATERIALS & TOOLS YOU’LL NEED

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

Tool Set – 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

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

Removable Vinyl – https://amzn.to/2OJ7lnI

Similar Picture Frame – https://amzn.to/2vqk1sW

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Custom HTV Tea Towels: How To Layer HTV Perfectly The First Time

When I saw these tea towels at the craft store, I snatched them up and placed them in my cart quicker than I care to admit!  They are so cute and I love gingham.  My little girls have a really darling Rifle Paper Co. inspired play kitchen that they use daily, and I wanted to create a sweet little tea towel to add to their playtime fun.  With a sweet tea towel and a couple rolls of patterned HTV, I found the cutest design and am thrilled with the final look!  Not only was this project a success, but I conquered my nervousness with how to layer HTV.  The idea of working with multiple layers of HTV is beautiful, but I was a tad nervous to complete my first project doing so.  In the end, my process worked flawlessly and my girls are having so much fun with this little tea towel!  Although, in the world of 3 and 2-year olds…it is often used as a baby blanket for their sweet baby dolls.  No matter the use, it’s so fun to watch them get do much joy out of something that I had a lot of joy creating.

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Custom HTV Tea Towels: How To Layer HTV Perfectly The First Time

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I have to admit, I am falling in love really quickly with HTV!  And I am so in love with my Easy Press 2.  Truth be told, my husband accidentally told me that he bought me a Mini Easy Press for Valentines Day and it is so hard for me to wait until I can open it!  I asked him if he thought I should open it early to make sure it works, but he didn’t fall for that!  Needless to say, make sure you are subscribed to my YouTube channel because there will be a lot of HTV crafts coming up…especially since I’ve learned how to layer HTV perfectly the first time!  Enjoy the following tutorial that will show you how to layer HTV on these sweet tea towels and be sure to reference the source list below to recreate this same look at your craft table!

MATERIALS & TOOLS YOU’LL NEED

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

Brayer Tool – https://amzn.to/2Fb4Mpq

Tool Set – https://amzn.to/2tbmtTc

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

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

Easy Press 2 – https://amzn.to/2FjqZ4R

Easy Press Mat – https://amzn.to/36t6yhx

Iron-On Protective Sheet – http://shrsl.com/21pca

Patterned Iron-On – http://shrsl.com/21pcf

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

Similar Tea Towel – https://amzn.to/2OJrJ8w

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Preschool Teacher Valentines : A Less Than 30 Minute Idea

Valentines Day is almost here, and it’s time for preschool teacher Valentines!  To be honest, this idea is great for any teacher because teachers of any grade love a little sweet treat!  If you’re looking for a really quick idea for your child’s teacher, this idea is perfect!  Not only is it super easy and turns out very sweet, but it took me less than 30 minutes to create 3 of them!  With this preschool teacher valentines idea being very time friendly, this is a wonderful idea if you are finding yourself scrambling to get Valentines ready this year!  Plus, one of the main materials we will be working with is printable vinyl, or print then cut!  If you have never worked with printable vinyl before, get ready to fall in love with it because it opens up your crafting world to a lot of new possibilities!

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Preschool Teacher Valentines : A Less Than 30 Minute Idea

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I am so in love with how our preschool teacher valentines turned out this year…they were exactly what I was hoping for.  And as a plus, I love how quick and easy they were to create.  I have been wanting to do a craft with printable vinyl, and this was a perfect craft for it!  Not only did it allow me to use a lot of designs, but it was quick to do because I was able to convert a multi layer project into a single layer project in one simple click and print.  If you aren’t too sure how to do that or feel like you aren’t quite sure what I am talking about, I will simplify print then cut vinyl for you so that you are a pro for your next craft.  And after the video, the source list below will prepare you with all the materials you will need to create these exact preschool teacher valentines at your own craft table.

MATERIALS & TOOLS YOU’LL NEED

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

Brayer Tool – https://amzn.to/2Fb4Mpq

Tool Set – https://amzn.to/2tbmtTc

Scraper – https://amzn.to/39rWpUc

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

Printable Vinyl – https://amzn.to/2HlhB1H

Foam Adhesive Dots – https://amzn.to/2SA6UgE

Pink Cardstock – https://amzn.to/37iCLIk

Burt’s Bees Chapstick Pack – https://amzn.to/2Saq2my

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Quick & Easy DIY Valentine Card

Valentine’s Day is 6 days away, so we are tiptoeing into that “last minute” stage of preparing for the day!  With classroom cards, gifts for the teachers, Valentine boxes for the girls, and everything heart shaped…I feel like everything on my craft table has been so much fun and full of love!  I have been wanting to get some paper into my Cricut machine and this tutorial will be my first ever paper project with my Maker!  It felt so good to go back to the basics and do a little paper crafting, as I created this quick & easy DIY Valentine card for my honey.  If you are wanting to create a really cute (and FAST) card for your Valentine, this is such a great idea!  I will show you the premade SVG I used, plus how I added a little dimension to this card with a patterned paper.  I promise you, this is worth watching if you feel like you are suddenly needing a last minute card.  In the end, this card will definitely not look last minute, but instead will look very beautiful and intentional!

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Quick & Easy DIY Valentine Card

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Does anyone else feel like store-bought cards are just ridiculously expensive?  I really have a hard time buying them, when I know they will be thrown away shortly.  And yes, I know homemade cards will be thrown away just the same…but at least they are fun to make and cost less!  And, since they are small in size, they are a wonderful excuse to use little scraps of leftover paper and vinyl that you are saving!  Plus, I think homemade cards just add a little more heart and thought…which is just special!  Check out how cute this easy DIY valentine card turned out in the tutorial below, plus be inspired by the source list following the video if you’d like to create this same look!

 

MATERIALS & TOOLS YOU’LL NEED

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

Tool Set – 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

Similar Cardstock Cards – https://amzn.to/37aXT35

Similar Paper – https://amzn.to/3bp8mLp

Foam Adhesive Dots – https://amzn.to/31El04F

Removable Vinyl – https://amzn.to/376h91v

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