Cricut Basics: Customizable Baby’s First Thanksgiving Iron-On… With Glitter!

My newest cousin was recently born and I wanted to make something handmade to commemorate the baby’s first Thanksgiving. Everything is better with glitter, so I used Cricut Glitter Iron-On to make this onesie extra special! This project is part of Craft Lightning: Glitter with 30 Minute Crafts, The Country Chic Cottage, and Pineapple Paper … Read more

How To Make a Handmade Yarn with Knitting Needles Ornament | Craft Lightning Hot Glue

Are you looking for a quick gift for your favorite yarn lover, or perhaps something to announce your own love of yarn to the world? I’m sharing a tutorial for how to make a handmade yarn with knitting needles ornament. With just a few supplies, including leftover yarn from your last crochet or knitting project, … Read more

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

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 … Read more

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 … Read more

Easy Hexagon Gift Tags | Craft Lightning Winter Holiday 2016 Edition

I’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 … Read more