Today I'll be presenting a tutorial of how I made this set of personalized etched beer glasses: I made these glasses as a holiday gift; it was my first time etching glass and I found that using my Cricut machine to cut a stencil produced excellent results! Altogether, this project cost me $32 (not including… Continue reading Personalized Etched Beer Glasses
Today I'm making embroidered felt toys for my cats Apollo & Artemis using my Cricut Maker. If you don't have a Cricut or similar cutting machine, you can also make these toys by cutting the felt shapes by hand. This easy DIY project is great because the possibilities are endless. I just made catnip-stuffed toss… Continue reading Easy Embroidered Felt Cat Toys
I am a crazy dog & cat lady. And yes, you can be both. I love the holiday season because it's a perfect excuse to spoil (and accessorize) my fur-babies without all the judgment! Last year, I did a (somewhat embarrassing) pet photo shoot for our holiday card. I wanted the photos to be comically formal (like… Continue reading Easy Reversible Holiday Dog Bandana
DIY faux watercolor cards using acrylic paints and cardstock. Create messages and stencils using your Cricut machine.
As mentioned above, this post is "just for fun!" It's not really going to be a tutorial; I'm just sharing some geeky, crafty joy we had making this DIY gift! My friend and I put our heads together to create this unique gift for our best friend! She studies neuropsychology and is an Oliver Sacks… Continue reading Just For Fun! An Oliver Sacks-Inspired Tote Bag Gift
This year, Hanukkah begins this upcoming Tuesday December 12th, so if you celebrate or have family & friends that do, time is running out to make (or buy) gifts & cards! Today I'll be making DIY Hanukkah cards using my Cricut. Keep your eyes peeled in the near future for a Christmas card tutorial (I… Continue reading DIY Holiday Cards Using Your Cricut
These adorable paw print ornaments are made out of salt dough, which only requires three ingredients.
Making t-shirt yarn: an easy 10-minute project using only a t-shirt and scissors.