I LOVE organization and now I have the New Cricut Machine Tool Organizer! It’s so nifty. I’ve been wanting to expand my Cricut Tool collection so I can cut All The Things, and now I can have that creativity within arms reach and without having to worry about cutting myself as I look for the right tool, or losing a tool.
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When I opened my Cricut Joy and all the goodies that came with it, I was inspired the most by the insert card sets. I wanted to make cool “Jessie” style greeting cards, and string art greeting cards eventually come into my head. Then I also remembered my straw holder I keep saying needs some love. And the little Joy itself, it wanted some personalization too! I see miles of crafting in my future.
I made a crochet hook organizer with some Dress My Craft cardstock and my Cricut. Then I shared the project on Cricut Design Space. I’m posting the instructions here so you can make one of your own. This would also make a great paint brush or marker organizer. It’s actually pretty easy to put together with just a glue runner or some glue dots and some Mod Podge or glue. Add a little thin yarn or crochet thread for a decorative look and to really lock everything in place, then you’re good to go!
Here are some awesome free craft tutorials to fill your time, help you de-stress, and keep the kids entertained. Plus, some places you can order craft supplies online and have them delivered to your door, and even a mystery crafty giveaway! This post will not include knit and crochet items, as those were part of a post a few week ago that you can find HERE.
Iron-On Thread is such a nifty craft supply! I had a few sets of some, so I made layered cards with it and now I’ll show you how. It’s really easy to use and is a great way to add some personality to your crafting.
This winter I was introduced to Rinea Foiled Paper and it is just the coolest! I’ve been playing around with it and I have a tutorial for you today. You’re going to love this product. Plus, there is a giveaway at the end of this post for some Rinea Foiled Paper of your own.