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Anytime in my opinion is a great time to craft with my Cricut Maker. Creating for me is a form of therapy, a way to relax and connect with my soul. We could all probably use some creative therapy lately, don’t you think? Today I have rounded up some Amazing Cricut projects to make at home. Utilizing things you already have on hand, I encourage you to spend some time creating- for you, for your family, for fun.
Last week I shared these paper dolls made three ways in my Instagram stories. You can find them saved to my highlights titled Paper Dolls. Head to my Design Space account where you can find the file I created for this project.
Head over to Housewife Eclectic and see all the amazing felt projects she created with her Maker, like this fun tin box fishing game.
Ready to add some spring decor to your home? This reverse canvas Spring Decor by The Housewives of Riverton is so cheerful and fun! They used an EasyPress 2 with Iron on and I think it turned out darling!
These crepe paper Peonies just scream spring to me. The DIY Mommy shows how to make them in this post.
Sew a Bunny Knot headband for your girls to give them a new way to do their hair. This tutorial from Ginger Snap Crafts shows just how easy sewing is when you have the rotary blade on the Maker.
Creating funny socks for your kids is super easy with Iron on and a mini EasyPress. If these versions by Over the Big Moon don’t work for your kiddos, there are tons of great images in Design Space to inspire you!
Create some custom word art using cereal boxes and your imagination! These dimensional decorations are a great way to recycle and create at the same time.
I hope these amazing Cricut projects to make at home have you are feeling ready to get creative and re-charge! It does such wonderful things for the soul when you take time to create. Happy Crafting my friends! xoxo, Amy