Here is a bunch of photos from previous around my house Cricut Machine projects I have worked on. Nothing too fancy and nothing completely unique to me, just fun things that I enjoy and put into my home. I can share with you more on how I did each project at request, and more than likely will be doing some videos on them in the near future!
We’ll start with these…
This is one of my favorite Bible verses for in a home. I used a matte finish brown vinyl (Chocolate is the actual color name) and used the Stone Script Cricut Cartridge which is really great for home decor vinyls.
(All these projects were done before I purchased my Sure Cuts A Lot software and I can tell you from experience these projects would have been much easier using that software!)
This is over the door way in my nursery. I just LOVE this saying and think it is so sweet, so I added a few stars to match with the Bible verse that I did for over Jenavieve’s crib, which you can see below!
So this is my Proverbs wall vinyl for over my baby’s crib! I just thought this verse was so sweet, again done with the Chocolate matte finish vinyl and this time I used various sizes and two different cartridges to cut out this on my 12×24 Cricut Mat. I believe it was Stone Script and Plantin Schoolbook using the Roly Poly feature. I just love this verse and it’s so sweet because alot of nights before bed when we pray with little Bensen he’ll point to the wall and say sleep. It puts a smile on my face and I say that’s right, Jesus wants you to sleep sweet! *I just love him!*
Anyway, here are a few other crafts I made really quick…
This is a box I made using just a basic wooden box from the local craft store and I used vinyl once again to cut out the letters I wanted to write out my step-daughter’s name, Riley. We keep letters to her in it so I decided to paint it with some fun colors inside and out and put her name on it. After I painted it and placed on the letter I used Minwax Polycrylic Protective Finish and it gives it a nice shine and seals it up. So cute!
I used the same technique on these two wooden picture frames for my nephews…
So there ya have it, just a few more ideas that I hope give you inspiration to know YOU CAN DO IT!
I would be happy to answer any questions you may have on how it’s done, and like I said there are more videos to follow so stay tuned!
Enjoy the Moments!!!!