Naughty and Nice Couples Iron-On T-Shirts | Cricut Holiday Event 2018

Naughty and Nice Couples Cricut Iron-On T-Shirts by Underground Crafter Are you looking for quick Cricut gifts to make for your favorite couples for the holidays? Then you’ll love my naughty and nice iron-on t-shirts! In this post, I’ll share the cut files for two naughty and nice couples t-shirt sets. You can make them as-is or further customize each project in Design Space.

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Since I got the Cricut EasyPress 2 this summer, I have been a crazy iron-on fool! I have been ironing-on (or is it iron-oning?) projects left and right. In September, I even had the wacky idea to iron-on thirty Oriental Trading Mini Canvas Tote Bags with the logos of my blog and Jessie At Home’s blog for a shawl styling demo we did at In the MKNG.

I was so delirious afterwards that I forgot to take pictures of the completed bags. Even with an EasyPress 2, ironing-on 60 logos in one sitting is no small feat. But trust me, the finished bags were awesome! The point of this little story is that without the stress of ironing (and the stress of pulling out an ironing board in my one bedroom apartment), I am totally free to make as many iron-on projects as I want. When Angie from The Country Chic Cottage, Carolina from 30 Minute Crafts, Jen from 100 Directions, and Jessica from Mad in Crafts invited me to participate in their Cricut Holiday Event, I knew I would be having some iron-on fun.

Christmas is much more fun for the kiddos than the adults, so I wanted to make some t-shirts for some of my favorite couples for the holidays. I mean, why shouldn’t the grown ups get to have fun, too? I decided to do a play on the theme of naughty and nice and make two different sets of shirts. Each one includes a “naughty” cut file and a “nice” cut file. You’ll need to decide who in each couple is deserving of which project!

 

Naughty and Nice Couples Iron-On T-Shirts with Cricut

Tutorial by Underground Crafter

Naughty and Nice Couples Cricut Iron-On T-Shirts by Underground Crafter This is an easy peasy iron-on project that is perfect for Cricut newbies or pros. Newbies can make the shirts as-is, and Cricut pros can customize the cut files to include additional images or different fonts.

Materials

Instructions

Customize Your Cut Files in Design Space

  • Use my cut files in Design Space “as is” by clicking on Make It, or customize by looking for images (my search terms were “Christmas tree,” “gift,” and “Christmas stockings”), changing the fonts, or adjusting the sizes to better fit on your shirts.

Cut Your Iron-On

  • Make sure you “mirror” each mat before cutting and place the iron-on shiny side down on the mat. Choose your cutting materials in Design Space and it will let you know what to do next!

Naughty and Nice Couples Cricut Iron-On T-Shirts by Underground Crafter - cutting with Cricut MakerWeed Your Iron-On

  • Once all your pieces are cut, trim away excess unused iron-on with your scissors to save for your next project. Use your weeder to remove iron-on from around your cuts.

Pre-Heat Your EasyPress 2

Naughty and Nice Couples Cricut Iron-On T-Shirts by Underground Crafter - EasyPress 2 pre-press t-shirtStart Pressing!

  • Use the EasyPress 2 to press out any wrinkles on the center of the t-shirts before you get started.
  • Position the iron-on on your first t-shirt with the clear liner on top so that the text is facing you and readable. You can center your iron-on, set it at a diagonal, or position it another way. Make it your own!

Naughty and Nice Couples Cricut Iron-On T-Shirts by Underground Crafter - position iron-on on t-shirt

  • Press the iron-on on the shirt using the heat setting and time recommended for your type of iron-on and 100% cotton.
  • Once you have pressed the iron-on, peel off the clear liner carefully following the instructions for “cold peel” or “warm peel” based on the material you used.

Naughty and Nice Couples Cricut Iron-On T-Shirts by Underground Crafter - position iron-on on t-shirt

  • Repeat for each shirt.

Naughty and Nice Couples Cricut Iron-On T-Shirts by Underground Crafter - Naughty and Nice Ones

  • Don’t forget to adjust the temperature and time settings on your EasyPress 2 if you switch to a different type of iron-on between shirts, like I did!

Naughty and Nice Couples Cricut Iron-On T-Shirts by Underground Crafter - Not Too Naughty and Just Nice Enough

Check out the rest of the projects in the Cricut Holiday Event below!


Cricut Basics: Make a Crocheters Gonna Crochet Iron-On Project Bag

Make a Crocheters Gonna Crochet Iron-On Project Bag with Cricut by Underground CrafterAre you looking for a fun way to tell the world you love to crochet, or a great gift for your favorite crocheter? I’m sharing a quick and easy project for a Crocheters Gonna Crochet project bag that you can make in (much) less than an hour!

This post contains affiliate links. I may receive compensation (at no added cost to you) if you make a purchase using these links. Materials for this post were generously provided by Cricut, Oriental Trading, Lion Brand, and Clover USA.

I’m so excited to be part of Everything Iron-On with with Angie from The Country Chic Cottage, Carolina from 30 Minute Crafts, Jen from 100 Directions, and Jessica from Mad in Crafts. You will find dozens of great iron-on projects you can make with your Cricut in this online event, and there’s even a great giveaway going on (enter at the end of this post), so read on for details.

Everything Iron-On with Cricut

Although I used my brand new Cricut Maker (I cannot get tired of saying that!) for my project, you can also use any of the Cricut Explore family machines to make your version.

Get To Know Cricut Maker Scoring Wheels with Underground Crafter - Cricut MakerCrocheters Gonna Crochet Project Bag

Cricut Project by Underground Crafter

Materials

Cut the Iron-On

Make a Crocheters Gonna Crochet Iron-On Project Bag with Cricut by Underground Crafter - Design Space screen shot

  • Set your pressure setting dial to “Custom” on the Explore machines. For Maker and Explore, in Design Space set material to Foil Iron-On.
  • Select “mirror on” so your images will cut correctly.
  • Place the Foil Iron-On on the cutting mat with the liner (shiny) side down.
  • Follow instructions in Design Space to cut your iron-on pieces, being sure to mirror the second piece, too.

Weed the Iron-On

  • Use your weeder to remove the excess iron-on from each piece of your project.
  • Tip: Cut excess pieces away before weeding so you can use the iron-on for another project.

Apply the Iron-On

  • Use your iron or EasyPress to press your Canvas Tote Bag so it’s relatively wrinkle-free before you start.
  • Position the bottom piece of Cricut Foil Iron-On (the yarn ball alone) as desired so that the iron will be touching the clear backing side and the back of the iron-on is touching the tote. Press the iron down firmly following the iron-on instructions until your yarn ball is firmly attached. Allow to cool completely before removing the clear backing sheet.
  • Position the larger piece of Cricut Foil Iron-On (with the phrase and yarn ball) so that both layers of yarn are aligned. Make sure the words are right side up so that the iron will be touching the clear backing side and the back of the iron-on is touching the first layer of iron-on and the tote. Follow the instructions above to adhere the iron-on.

Make a Crocheters Gonna Crochet Iron-On Project Bag with Cricut by Underground Crafter - project bag flat

Now that your bag is finished, stuff it with your favorite crochet goodies! Mine includes a skein of Lion Brand Feels Like Butta and a Clover Amour crochet hook.

Make a Crocheters Gonna Crochet Iron-On Project Bag with Cricut by Underground Crafter - project bag with yarn and hook

P.S.: If you like to live on the edge, I also made a Hookers Gonna Hook cut file in Design Space.

Make a Crocheters Gonna Crochet Iron-On Project Bag with Cricut by Underground Crafter - Hookers Gonna Hook alternative cut file

I made a practice version, but alas, it turns out you are NOT supposed to layer glitter iron-on because it will loose its stick over time. It was still a fun practice project!

Make a Crocheters Gonna Crochet Iron-On Project Bag with Cricut by Underground Crafter - Hookers Gonna Hook alternative projectP.P.S. If you are looking for something for knitters, try my Yarn Lover project in Design Space. (You can find the full tutorial for the Yarn Lover project, including tips for working with transfer tape, here.)

Cricut Basics: Tools and Supplies (with Yarn Lover Project Tutorial) by Underground Crafter | Have you wondered which tools and supplies you need for your Cricut Explore? In this post, I share my must-haves along with a fun project for crocheters and knitters in holographic vinyl with transfer tape.Find more great Cricut Iron-On projects from other bloggers participating in Everything Iron-On below!


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Decorated Photo Frame Magnet with Cricut Tutorial | Craft Lightning Mothers’s Day 2017 Edition

Decorated Magnetic Photo Frame tutorial by Underground Crafter | This 15-minute craft project includes Cricut Write and Cut files.

My sister and I have a little joke between us about who my mother’s favorite daughter is. No, it isn’t the typical sibling rivalry. We know there’s another daughter that has us beat for sure. When the ladies behind Craft Lightning announced the challenge of making a 15-minute craft project for Mother’s Day, I knew that I wanted to celebrate my mom’s favorite daughter with a very special gift: a magnetic photo frame.

This post contains affiliate links. Materials for this project were generously provided by Cricut, Petaloo by FloraCraft, and Scrapbook Adhesives.

So, who is this mysterious “favorite daughter?” Her name is Kiki and, with a face like this, you can see how she has edged out her two human sisters.

I’ve recently been exploring my Cricut Explore Air. One of its features is that it can cut a huge variety of materials. (You can find a chart specifying which mat and blade to use for different materials here.) Yesterday, I shared a tutorial for cutting customized magnets. I had about half of a magnet sheet left, and I thought about those cute little photo frames that seem to live on every mother’s refrigerator. Since my sister and I are now full grown adults, my mom no longer has our drawings and classwork up on the ‘fridge, but she does have some special souvenir magnets that my sister has brought back from her travels.

How To Make a Decorated Magnetic Photo Frame

Decorated Magnetic Photo Frame tutorial by Underground Crafter | This 15-minute craft project includes Cricut Write and Cut files.

Materials


Instructions

Cut Magnetic Photo Frame

  • Use the magnet frame cut file in Cricut Design Space and a magnet sheet to cut the magnet outline. See this tutorial if you’d like to design your own photo frame in Design Space.
  • After choosing “Go” from the top menu, select the size of your magnet sheet from the drop down menu.
  • The magnet cut out will be automatically re-positioned to minimize waste of the magnet sheet.
  • Choose “Custom” on the pressure setting wheel and then select the type of magnet sheets you are using from the drop down menu.
  • Once your magnet is cut, you can remove it from the mat.

Write and Cut Your Magnetic Photo Frame Decoration

Decorated Magnetic Photo Frame tutorial by Underground Crafter | This 15-minute craft project includes Cricut Write and Cut files.

  • Once your write and cut file is ready, choose “Go” from the top menu.
  • Select the size of your cardstock from the drop down menu.
  • The decoration will be automatically re-positioned to minimize waste of the cardstock.
  • Choose “Cardstock” on the pressure setting wheel.
  • Design Space will prompt you to load pens. If you’ve written in several colors, you will receive prompts at several points.

Decorated Magnetic Photo Frame tutorial by Underground Crafter | This 15-minute craft project includes Cricut Write and Cut files.

  • Once your cardstock writes and cuts, you can remove it from the mat.

Attach the Cardstock To Your Magnetic Photo Frame

  • Roll the E-Z Runner adhesive dispenser across the back side of your cardstock.

Decorated Magnetic Photo Frame tutorial by Underground Crafter | This 15-minute craft project includes Cricut Write and Cut files.

  • Once the back is thoroughly covered, gently position the cardstock over the magnetic photo frame. When you are satisfied with the position, firmly press the cardstock into place.

Decorated Magnetic Photo Frame tutorial by Underground Crafter | This 15-minute craft project includes Cricut Write and Cut files.

  • (Or, if you’re like me, you can just press it down and trim off any edges you misaligned later!)

Decorated Magnetic Photo Frame tutorial by Underground Crafter | This 15-minute craft project includes Cricut Write and Cut files.

Decorated Magnetic Photo Frame tutorial by Underground Crafter | This 15-minute craft project includes Cricut Write and Cut files.

  • Once you’re satisfied, trim away any excess and place your photo behind the frame. It is now ready to sit on the refrigerator in its full magnetic photo frame glory.

Decorated Magnetic Photo Frame tutorial by Underground Crafter | This 15-minute craft project includes Cricut Write and Cut files.Pretty cute for 15 minutes, right?

 

 

Pancake Breakfast for Two Jar Mix Recipe with Vinyl Decorated Milk Bottle | Craft Lightning Valentine’s Day 2017 Edition

I’m excited to be part of another round of Craft Lightning, where bloggers are challenged to create 15-minute crafts around a theme. Our theme this time around is Valentine’s Day. As soon as I signed up, I knew I wanted to make something that involved food (one of my favorite parts of the holiday), so I decided on a jar mix. And, what better jar mix for Valentine’s Day than one that can be turned into breakfast in bed? I needed to take the craftiness up a notch – and that’s when I remembered that I still had some vinyl from Expressions Vinyl in my goodie closet. The vinyl heart on your jar mix is a the perfect touch to make this gift extra special.

This post contains affiliate links. Materials for this project were generously provided by Cricut, Expressions Vinyl, and Oriental Trading.

This project really can be done in 15 minutes (once you gather your supplies), but it’s broken down into 3 parts: preparing the vinyl, preparing the jar mix, and finishing the jar. I’ve also included a printable recipe card that you can attach if you’re giving the pancake mix to a friend (or if you think you may forget how to put the pancakes together for your special someone on Valentine’s Day morning). You can find more Craft Lightning projects by visiting the hosts at The Country Chic Cottage, 30 Minute Crafts, and Make Life Lovely.

If you make your own Pancake Breakfast for Two Mix or Vinyl Decorated Milk Bottle, I’d love to see it! Share your progress and questions by tagging me on Facebook as @Underground Crafter, Instragram as @ucrafter, or Twitter as @ucrafter. Sign up for my weekly newsletter and get a coupon code for your choice of one of my premium crochet or knitting patterns and other subscriber goodies. Plus, you’ll never miss one of my free patterns, tutorials, or recipes again!

Pancake Breakfast for Two Jar Mix recipe with Vinyl Decorated Milk Bottle tutorial by Underground Crafter | Give your sweetie a special breakfast in bed. Makes a great gift for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, or any other occassion! #expressionsvinyl #cricutmade

Vinyl Decorated Milk Bottle

Tutorial by Underground Crafter

Materials

Pancake Breakfast for Two Jar Mix recipe with Vinyl Decorated Milk Bottle tutorial by Underground Crafter | Give your sweetie a special breakfast in bed. Makes a great gift for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, or any other occassion! #expressionsvinyl #cricutmade

ExpressionsVinyl Logo

Instructions

Prepare the Vinyl

  • Use Cricut Design Space to customize the image. I used Heart #M2F695 from Ashlyn’s Alphabet, which is free with Cricut Access, and sized it so that it would measure about 2″ (5 cm) tall.

Pancake Breakfast for Two Jar Mix recipe with Vinyl Decorated Milk Bottle tutorial by Underground Crafter | Give your sweetie a special breakfast in bed. Makes a great gift for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, or any other occassion! #expressionsvinyl #cricutmade

Pancake Breakfast for Two Jar Mix recipe with Vinyl Decorated Milk Bottle tutorial by Underground Crafter | Give your sweetie a special breakfast in bed. Makes a great gift for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, or any other occassion! #expressionsvinyl #cricutmade

Pancake Breakfast for Two Jar Mix recipe with Vinyl Decorated Milk Bottle tutorial by Underground Crafter | Give your sweetie a special breakfast in bed. Makes a great gift for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, or any other occassion! #expressionsvinyl #cricutmade

  • Wipe the surface of the milk bottle clean using the rubbing alcohol and cotton ball or paper towel. Allow the surface to dry.
  • Remove the backing from the transfer tape. Place the adhesive part of the tape over the vinyl.
  • Position the transfer tape with the vinyl over the milk bottle. Use the scraper to rub the vinyl into place, flattening out any air bubbles.
  • When the vinyl is correctly positioned, peel off the transfer tape.

Pancake Breakfast for Two Jar Mix recipe with Vinyl Decorated Milk Bottle tutorial by Underground Crafter | Give your sweetie a special breakfast in bed. Makes a great gift for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, or any other occassion! #expressionsvinyl #cricutmade

Cricut Access

Prepare the Jar Mix

  • Prepare Pancake Breakfast for Two Jar Mix (recipe below). Fill milk bottle with jar mix.
  • Wipe flour off container with paper towel.

Finishing

  • Tie ribbon in a bow at narrow neck of milk bottle.

Pancake Breakfast for Two Jar Mix recipe with Vinyl Decorated Milk Bottle tutorial by Underground Crafter | Give your sweetie a special breakfast in bed. Makes a great gift for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, or any other occassion! #expressionsvinyl #cricutmade

Pancake Breakfast for Two Jar Mix

Recipe by Underground Crafter

This recipe was adapted from the Basic Pancakes recipe in my all-time favorite cookbook, the Joy of Cooking.

Ingredients (to make about six 5″/13 cm pancakes)

For Jar Mix:

  • 3/4 cup all purpose flour
  • 1 Tablespoon granulated sugar
  • 3/4 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • Flavorful mix ins (optional)
    • I used 1/4 cup dried cranberries (craisins) and 1/4 cup toasted, chopped pecans. You could use another dried fruit and nut combination, or 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips.
    • If you don’t use sweetened mix ins, add another 1/2 Tablespoon granulated sugar to the flour mixture.
  • 1 Oriental Trading clear glass milk bottle with lid (5-1/2” x 2”)
  • A small bottle of maple syrup is optional, but it does take the gift up a notch!
  • Pancake Breakfast for Two Jar Mix recipe card.

Download the Pancake Breakfast for Two Jar Mix recipe card.

For Pancakes:

  • 3/4 cup milk
  • 1-1/2 Tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
  • 1 large egg
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract (optional)
  • Toppings of choice (such as butter, maple syrup, honey, vanilla yogurt, or fresh berries)

Jar Mix Instructions

  • Combine flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt in small bowl.

Pancake Breakfast for Two Jar Mix recipe with Vinyl Decorated Milk Bottle tutorial by Underground Crafter | Give your sweetie a special breakfast in bed. Makes a great gift for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, or any other occassion! #expressionsvinyl #cricutmade

  • Pour flour mixture into milk bottle.
  • Tap gently to flatten. Pour in flavorful mix ins, pushing down gently if necessary.
  • Close lid to seal.

Pancake Breakfast for Two Jar Mix recipe with Vinyl Decorated Milk Bottle tutorial by Underground Crafter | Give your sweetie a special breakfast in bed. Makes a great gift for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, or any other occassion! #expressionsvinyl #cricutmade

  • Print recipe card.

Pancake Instructions

  • Preheat lightly greased griddle or frying pan on stove top.
  • Pour contents of jar mix into a large bowl.
  • Pour milk, butter, eggs, and vanilla over jar mix.
  • Whisk together until just combined.
  • Pour approximately 1/3 cup of batter onto hot griddle for each pancake.
  • Turn with spatula when the top of pancake is covered in bubbles and some bubbles have popped open.
  • Cook until other side of pancake is lightly browned.
  • Serve hot or keep warm in 200 degrees Fahrenheit oven until ready to serve.
  • Serve with your favorite toppings.
© 2017 by Marie Segares (Underground Crafter). This recipe and tutorial are for personal use only. You may use the recipe and tutorial to make unlimited items for yourself, for charity, or to give as gifts. You may sell items you personally make by hand from this recipe and tutorial. Do not violate Marie’s copyright by distributing this recipe and tutorial or the photos in any form, including but not limited to scanning, photocopying, emailing, or posting on a website or internet discussion group. (You are welcome to print out the recipe card to include with any jar mixes you make.) If you want to share the recipe and tutorial, point your friends to this link: http://undergroundcrafter.com/blog/2017/01/09/pancake-jar-mix-with-vinyl-decorated-milk-bottle. Thanks for supporting indie bloggers!

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Easy Hexagon Gift Tags | Craft Lightning Winter Holiday 2016 Edition

Easy Hexagon Gift Tags by Underground Crafter | Craft Lightning Winter Holiday Edition 2016 with Country Chic Cottage, 30 Minute Crafts, and Tried and TrueI’m excited to be teaming up with Angie from the Country Chic Cottage, Carolina from 30 Minute Crafts, and Vanessa from Tried and True for the winter holiday edition of Craft Lightning! When I thought about the idea of coming up with a 15 minute project for the holidays, I knew there wasn’t much I could create with crochet (although this Easy Peasy Buttoned I-Cord Bracelet can be finished in that amount of time) — and, at my speed, there was certainly nothing that could be knit in 15 minutes.

This post contains affiliate links. This post is sponsored by Cricut but all opinions and thoughts are my own. Additional materials for this project were generously provided by Beacon Adhesives and Kreinik.

But, as you know, I recently got a Cricut Explore Air and our crochet and knit creations are always in need of gift tags, so an idea began to come together.

Easy Hexagon Gift Tags

Supplies needed

Easy Hexagon Gift Tags by Underground Crafter | Craft Lightning Winter Holiday Edition 2016 with Country Chic Cottage, 30 Minute Crafts, and Tried and True

Step 1: Select shapes for cutting

I used Cricut Design Space to create hexagons. Click on Insert Shapes on the left side menu, then choose Hexagon. I sized mine so that I could get 6 hexagons from one sheet of cardstock.

Easy Hexagon Gift Tags by Underground Crafter | Craft Lightning Winter Holiday Edition 2016 with Country Chic Cottage, 30 Minute Crafts, and Tried and TrueI grew up in a multi-faith family, and here in New York City, my friends and family celebrate many different holidays. I started a new document and clicked Insert Images to search for 3 different designs (all of which are free with Cricut Access): a Christmas tree (M36D76), a dreidel (M44259), and a gift box (M31428). Be sure these shapes will be sized small enough to fit into your hexagons. I could fit about 12 of theses holiday shapes onto one sheet of cardstock.

Step 2: Cut out hexagons and holiday shapes

I set the Cricut Explore Air to cut on cardstock. I used the gray for the hexagons and the blueish green for the holiday shapes (Christmas trees, dreidels, and gift boxes).

Step 3: Glue shapes to hexagons

Easy Hexagon Gift Tags by Underground Crafter | Craft Lightning Winter Holiday Edition 2016 with Country Chic Cottage, 30 Minute Crafts, and Tried and TrueI used the Zip Dry to glue one shape to each hexagon. The glue dries pretty quickly, so make your design decisions (like, “Should the image be in the center or to one side?” or, “Should the hexagon be point up or flat side up?”) before you apply the glue to the back of the shape.

Step 4: Punch a hole in each hexagon

Easy Hexagon Gift Tags by Underground Crafter | Craft Lightning Winter Holiday Edition 2016 with Country Chic Cottage, 30 Minute Crafts, and Tried and TrueOnce the glue has dried, use the hole punch to create a hole in each tag. Again, you can only make design decisions once on each tag, so decide if you want the hole centered or off to one side.

Step 5: Attach the tag to your handmade project

Easy Hexagon Gift Tags by Underground Crafter | Craft Lightning Winter Holiday Edition 2016 with Country Chic Cottage, 30 Minute Crafts, and Tried and TrueThread the yarn or tapestry needle with the Kreinik Twist and then use the needle to draw the thread through the punched hole.

If you are using the tag for care instructions with a crocheted, knit, or sewn gift, you can also use the needle to attach directly to the gift.

Easy Hexagon Gift Tags by Underground Crafter | Craft Lightning Winter Holiday Edition 2016 with Country Chic Cottage, 30 Minute Crafts, and Tried and True

Alternately, you can wrap the gift first in an upcycled paper bag. Use the Kreinik Twist to tie a bow, leaving an extra long tail. Use that tail to thread the needle and then attach the tag. Tie off with a small knot.

Easy Hexagon Gift Tags by Underground Crafter | Craft Lightning Winter Holiday Edition 2016 with Country Chic Cottage, 30 Minute Crafts, and Tried and TrueI hope you’ve enjoyed this quick little project! I can’t wait to add these tags to my handmade gifts this holiday season.

 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.