If you are stuck at home, chances are you’ve got some time on your hands! Finding some Cricut Projects to make at home that will brighten up your life might be just what you need to make the days ahead better. I’ve found a few that I love from my blogger friends to share with you.
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Sometimes it’s the little things that make you smile that make the whole day better ((personally, I giggle every time I see my white mounted unicorn head)). There’s also a sense of satisfaction from making a DIY project at home, especially one that you might have to take some time to complete. Crafty Cricut Projects are good for your mental well-being!
Cricut Projects to Make at Home to Brighten up Your Home
Cheer up your world with a few projects you can make at home with your Cricut machines! Make things to make things to make you smile with these projects by some really talented and crafty bloggers from around the internet.
We're all a little mad here, aren't we? Seems fitting in these times! Use several shades of iron-on vinyl to make a few clever tea towels for the kitchen. Also, Cricut has patterns for top hats and cards and clocks if you want to go further and do a full-on mad hatter tea party!
Flowers brighten up any space and you can kill some serious time making tons these beautiful crepe paper peonies by The DIY Mommy. Make a bundle for a vase, or make them en masse to decorate a whole wall.
For all the coffee fans out there, here's a stack of infusible ink coaster ideas by Over the Big Moon that'll make you smile every time you pick up your coffee cup. Make one for every room in the house--I know my coffee cups end up everywhere, and it'd be nice to always have a safe spot to put my mug down.
Mandala clocks are totally on trend right now! If you've got time to spare, put one of these beauties together like this one from Angela Ricardo.
And if you’re organizing, make sure to use your Cricut machines to help with all the box and can labeling. It’ll make things look crisp and professional, not to mention oh-so-cute and you’ll want to keep all that organizing organized an always neat and tidy. (That might be a stretch, but we can hope!)
Paula Biggs is a professional party planner, DIY crafter, and owner of Frog Prince Paperie, where you can find hundreds of party and craft ideas. You can also buy birthday party supplies, printables and accessories from the Frog Prince Paperie Etsy shop.