Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Easy Cricut Made Holiday Decor


Craft and create beautiful and straightforward Home Decor with your Cricut.  With any Cricut and access to Cricut Design Space™, you can do thousands of projects; See all the Free Projects in Cricut Design Space!  I thought you might like to make something that looks like you spent a lot of time, effort, and money to decorate your home for the Holidays, without paying much and minimal effort.  What do you think?


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I love this project when I saw it on the Cricut Design Space™ Design Space site; it is a Make it Now project which takes only 30 minutes to make, with few supplies.



The pieces I made are a slight variation of the project on the Official Cricut Design Space™ site, but I wanted to show you how you can work with the proposed projects and make them work with the materials you already have.



All I needed to make these (Besides my Cricut Explore Air™ 2 machine) was some cardstock and a few frames from the Dollar store! Easy peasy!

 I link up my laptop directly to my Cricut with a USB cable only because the wifi in my house is unreliable in my current office.  If you own a Cricut (any Cricut) that is wifi compatible than you can connect wirelessly as well.  Otherwise, use a USB cable.  All the Cricuts New And Old work with Cricut Design Space™.



 I link up my laptop directly to my Cricut with a USB cable only because the wifi in my house is unreliable in my current office.  If you own a Cricut (any Cricut) that is wifi compatible than you can connect wirelessly as well.  Otherwise, use a USB cable.  All the Cricuts New And Old work with Cricut Design Space™.




The Cricut does all the fussy cutting for you within seconds!  What a time saver!


You can make this too, and all you need to do is go to the Cricut Design Space™ search for Holiday Decor ideas, scroll down and pick a project.  Then follow the directions included. Place cardstock on a mat, load into the machine, and press Go!  Some assembly is required to put your project together, but does not require a fancy tool!

Hope that you enjoy preparing for the upcoming Holiday season, and find many ways that crafting with Cricut can make life easier!

   Happy Crafting, and Happy Holidays!




      



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