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Spring Wreath - Cricut



I was thinking spring! I wanted something pretty for my front door this spring.

I created this 12" styrofoam wreath into something beautiful. About 70 flowers (about 210 cuts on my cricut) and about 16 or so hot glue sticks later, this is what the completed project looks like. I used pearl ended corsage pins as the center and to hold it in place on the foam wreath.

I used the George and Basic Shapes sized at 2 1/2" for the flowers (flower2 black out shadow) and the Plantain SchoolBook for the leave,s cut at 2 1/4".

The paper is Basil Basics Bling.

Paper Flower Suckers


-These sweet flowers were made using my Cricut cartridge George & Basic Shapes. Use the 5 petal flower on Shadow Blackout (flower2). Cut at 2.5" (you can get 12 flowers on a 12x12 page).

-You will need to cut out 2 flowers for each sucker.

-The bottom part of the flower you will cut an 'X' by floding it lightly in the center and cutting a small slit and fold in half the other way anc cutting a small slit.

-Then take a dowel rod or chop stick or something small and round and curl the top edge of the flowers over 9be careful...it is paper and can rip.

-The center part of the paper floewr you will cut off 1 petal and fold them into each other to make a cone shape. i hot glue my petals together. (be careful if you do this...it's HOT glue). I then snip a small hole in the bottom of the cone and insert my sucker.
-I put a small amount of hot glue in the bottom of the come shape area and insert it into the center of the 'X' that you cut earlier, and press them together (again be careful...it's hot).

-For the "leaf" tie a gree ribbon in a double knot around the "stem" sucker.
Happy Crafting! And please let me know if you have any questions.

Martha Stewart Scoring Board

If you can find one of these...hurry quick and buy it! They are in large demand and kinda hard to find these days. I bought mine at Michael's and I had a 45% off coupon ! WOO HOO!

But this is a great tool for anyone who likes to make cards, boxes, and it even gives a template to make envelopes! YEAH!

The board holds a 12x12 piece of paper and you can score every 1/8 inch without moving your paper. It comes with a Scoring tool and an envelope template. And the great news is this board retails for only $19.99! In my opion this is a great buy.



My good friend over at Joans Gardens sells them (when she has them in stock) check her website for availability.

Tin Purse

I found this tin purse at a local hobby store and thought...hhmmmm, what can I do with that? Well here it is! I Mod Podged scraps of paper I had onto it. I think it's pretty cute! I have no idea what I'm going to do with it....but it turned out pretty cute.









MY Cricut Design Studio Cut Files


Click on the name of the file you wish to download.
BABY Word Book
FAMILY Word Book
LOVE Word Book
40 Sucks
TP Roll TAGS
Cake Center for Box Cards
Horizontal Box
Stork Cake Top
Ribbon Buckle Organizer


Check back for more soon! I have several more to tweek and add.