Pop-up Graduation Card

finished pop up graduation card

Making your own pop-up cards is a great way to show someone how special they are to you! I whipped up this simple graduation Pop-up card using a file in Cricut Design Space. I made a few adjustments, and am sharing it here with you so that you can create your own custom graduation pop-up card! This project is part of a week-long series of crafts celebrating the end of the school year. My friends Jessica from Mad in Crafts, Jen from 100 Directions and Angie from The Country Chic Cottage are … [Continue reading...]

Simple Graduation Party Favors

finished graduation party favors

I love hosting parties, and sending my guests off with a favor that means something special to the guest of honor. These simple graduation party favors can hold anything you like - put candy, a note, a thumb drive of photos, a keyring... or any small gift or token into the boxes to give to the guests at your graduation party. They'll love leaving with a token commemorating the occasion! This project is part of a whole week of End-of-School-Year posts that use the Cricut Machine. My friends … [Continue reading...]

Mini Mortarboard Headband

Finished mortarboard headband

Wearing a Mortarboard at graduation is a rite of passage. Yes, it is a goofy hat with a tassel, but has such great ceremony and tradition behind it. However, it is pretty clunky to wear during a party. Make a mini mortar board to put on a headband, and you can wear your graduation cap […]

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Graduation Party Banner

If you’re looking for a way to customize your Graduation Party decor, this graduation party banner is super simple! Use whatever colors of cardstock that will compliment your theme (and school colors are a great springboard for a graduation party theme), and let your Cricut do the cutting! The banners come together super quickly after […]

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First and Last Day Photo Frame

first and last frames

At the end of the school year, it is fun to look back to see how much a child has changed and grown. This simple “First and Last Day” photo frame lets you and your child compare side-by-side just how far they have come! Print out photos and put them in this simple frame to […]

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Shoo Fly Quilt Block Tee with Cricut Patterned Iron-On

DIY Quilt Block Tee

Do you love quilting? Or maybe just lounging underneath a quilt? Either way, this Shoo Fly Quilt Block Tee is super fun! You can make it in just a few minutes using Cricut Patterned Iron-On. Choose the pattern and colors you love (there are over 25 designs, sold in coordinating sets of 3), and make […]

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Succulent Earrings

Clay Pot Succulent Earrings DIY and easy to make! Full instructions

Jewelry can be so simple and easy to make! Even cute jewelry like these little Succulent Earrings! They take very little time to make, and you don’t need to be a master jewelry maker to whip up a pair for yourself or as a gift for a friend who loves succulents! This project was made […]

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Clay Pot Coasters

finished coasters

Looking for some colorful coasters? These clay pot coasters are quick and easy to make, and you can customize them to whatever color combination you like! I made these clay pot coasters as part of Craft Lightning week. All week long I’m sharing crafts that can be made in 15 minutes or less made using […]

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Glittered Clay Pot

finished glittered pot

Join the glitter revolution with this fun Glittered Clay Pot. Super simple and quick to make, you can add layers of sparkle to up the glam factor on a humble terracotta pot. I’m sure you’ve noticed that glitter is everywhere. Which isn’t to be confused with glitter getting everywhere. Because there are now ways that […]

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No-Sew Felt Puppets

felt puppes are easy to make and fun to play with

I love imaginative play with kids. Puppets are so great for both young and old imaginations. Slip a puppet over your hand, and suddenly your hand is an entirely new character. With a different voice. Possibly an accent. You’re having conversations with your hand. Arguments even. And with multiple puppets, the puppet on your hand […]

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