• Cricut Crafts

    How to Put HTV on a Baseball Cap

    I’m getting ready for a trip to Hawaii, so I wanted a cute way to protect my face from the harsh rays.  Pink is my favorite color, so when I found this cap, I grabbed it.  I’m going to show you how to put HTV on a baseball cap.  It was a little more challenging than I expected but totally doable. What You’ll Need baseball cap HTV in assorted colors-a great time to use scraps Cricut Design Space Cricut EasyPress hand towel parchment paper Hight temperature heat resistant tape Hobby Lobby sells caps for $2.99, so if you have a Hobby Lobby I recommend picking one up there.  If not,…

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    Make the Tools You Need to Apply Heat Transfer Vinyl

    A while ago I posted about how to layer heat transfer vinyl. In the post I showed you some tools that are essential to making projects with HTV.  I am going to show you how to make the tools you need to apply heat transfer vinyl. The first tool you need is the Cricut EasyPress, no I can’t show you how to make that.  I have the original 9″ x 9″ and have found it meets all my needs.  A pressing board and pressing pillows are the keys to successful HTV projects. A pressing board allows you to work on any surface without worrying about damaging the surface with the heat.…

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    How to Make a Fabric Bow with Cricut Maker

    We are planning a vacation.  I found some great fabric to make drawstring bags to keep in our luggage for dirty clothes and small items, see my tutorial here.  I had a scrap of the fabric and wanted to make a bow. I picked up a pack of hula girl embellishments at Hobby Lobby, but check out the selection here. I’ll show you how to make a fabric bow with Cricut Maker. What You Will Need Scrap of fabric 11″ long and 6″ wide. elastic hair rubber bands-I like this brand embellishments Cricut Maker & rotary blade pink fabric mat sewing machine-I have always owned Brother machines thread-my favorite brand jewelry/fabric…

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    How to Make Your Own Hair Bows with Cricut

    Girls are expensive to raise!  I have three, so I am always looking for ways to save a little money.  Making your own hair bows is fun and saves a ton of money.  Cute bows on Etsy for sale for $15.00 and more.  I am going to show you how to make your own hair bows with your Cricut for just a couple of dollars. Shopping for Supplies Buying all the supplies was almost as fun as making the bows.  I stocked up on tulle (long and short rolls), leather ribbon, alligator clips, and cute buttons. In addition to the above-mentioned items, you will need the following: *hot glue-this is…