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Cricut Crafts: Dimensional Word ArtAmber of Damask Love
Literally add a statement to any room with this super-simple word art project. Using the Cricut Design Space, Amber of Damask Love shows you her process for selecting a typeface, seamlessly linking together the letters of your word. Then, using the Cricut Maker, she shows you how to cut out several sheets of chipboard to make a layered, dimensional sign that will pop from the wall. With some sandpaper, glue, and paint, this trendy wooden word art comes together quickly – no woodworking tools required.
Cricut Crafts: Monogrammed Leather KeychainAmber of Damask Love
Learn how to make a professional looking custom leather keychain using the Cricut Maker. Amber from Damask Love shows how easy it is to use the Cricut Design Space to create your layout. She then shows how to cut out precise leather shapes on your Cricut Maker and assemble the keychain with embroidery floss and leather glue. This quick and stylish project is perfect for anyone learning how to work with leather on their Cricut machine.
Cricut Crafts: Easy Monogrammed Cosmetic BagAmber of Damask Love
It's super easy to whip up a custom monogrammed cosmetic bag with your Cricut Maker. Amber from Damask Love shows you how to design your own monogram and cut it out in vinyl on your Cricut Maker, plus you'll learn how you can use the Maker to cut out all of your fabric pattern pieces. Once the elements are cut out, Amber shows you how to install the zipper, box the corners, and assemble the bag. The glittery vinyl monogram goes on last as a special finishing touch.
Cricut Crafts: Fall Leaf GarlandAmber of Damask Love
Bring your tabletop to life with this leafy felt garland, perfect for year-round celebrations. Amber Kemp-Gerstel from Damask Love shows you how to cut out several leaf shapes on the Cricut Maker and assemble them with floral wire for sturdy construction. In the version shown here, Amber uses mostly green leaves with fun pops of color throughout, but you can make your leaves any color you like to suit the season. Get the template free on the Cricut Design Space.
Cricut Paper Flowers: Make a HydrangeaLia Griffith
In this class, Lia shows how to make exquisitely detailed hydrangeas using a Cricut Explore machine. The Cricut is especially perfect for this project since you’ll need to cut out lots of small, intricate pieces of paper to make the flowers. Once your leaves and petals are cut out, Lia will show you how to assemble the hydrangea blooms on floral wire, adding dimension to each piece to create perfectly rounded 3-D branches
Cricut Crafts: Floral Pop-Up CardCourtney Cerruti
Making personalized pop-up cards is a breeze with this simple-yet-effective class featuring the Cricut Maker cutting machine. Artist and instructor, Courtney Cerruti, shows you how to work with a pre-made template in Cricut’s Design Space to cut out your paper pieces. Once the cutting is done, you’ll learn how to paint a bouquet of flowers and assemble your beautiful pop-up card.
Click here to learn how to make a custom envelope and liner for your card!
Click here to learn how to make a custom envelope and liner for your card!
Cricut Crafts: Felt Christmas StockingAmber of Damask Love
Amber from Damask Love shows you how to celebrate the holiday season with modern, bold and colorful felt stockings. You’ll learn how to cut out all of the shapes on a Cricut Maker cutting machine and then sew them together with a few easy seams. These stockings are perfect for your mantle or even as a unique option for gift giving and can be easily customized using Cricut's Design Space software.
Cricut Crafts: Carved Wood FrameAmber of Damask Love
Amber of Damask Love shows how easy it is to make a custom-carved wooden frame with your Cricut Maker. The handy knife blade tool allows you to make woodworking magic by precisely cutting out a template in the Cricut Design Space. After cutting out the basswood pieces, Amber shows how to paint them in cheery shades and insert a favorite photo. These frames make thoughtful, showstopping gifts – especially when you tell the recipient that you made the frame yourself.
Cricut Crafts: Feather Home DécorCourtney Cerruti
Courtney focuses on a single motif—the iconic feather—to create a variety of colorful, modern home décor projects. She constructs an ombre chandelier using paper feathers in shades of blue, and she also uses feather stencils in various sizes to add a splash of color to a pillow and a cocktail tray. To cut out the pieces for all of these projects, you can use a cutting machine like Cricut Explore™ to speed up the process, or simply cut out the paper and stencils by hand with scissors or a craft knife—either method works great, and you will wind up with stunning results that add color and whimsy to your home.
Cricut Crafts: Print-Then-Cut Flair PinsAmber of Damask Love
Spruce up your denim jacket with DIY flair pins! Amber of Damask Love shows how easy it is to whip up a batch of pins using any artwork in the Cricut Design Space and your Cricut Maker. The “print-then-cut” feature and knife blade tool make it super easy to cut precise shapes from basswood, and then Amber shows you how to paint and assemble your pins.
Cricut Easy Press - Pineapple Wall Art: 4/25/18CBTV Live
Courtney demonstrates how to use the Cricut Easy Press on wood to make this super cute pineapple wall art. This video originally appeared on Facebook Live on April 24, 2018.
Get the Pineapple art work on Cricut Design Space: https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/projects/project-detail/5792920c212426ff3e6c3d8b?category=Iron-on
Get the Pineapple art work on Cricut Design Space: https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/projects/project-detail/5792920c212426ff3e6c3d8b?category=Iron-on
Cricut Crafts: Color Splash Sticker LabelsCourtney Cerruti
In this class, mixed media artist Courtney Cerruti shares a fun, super simple way to create colorful decorative labels on the Cricut Explore. You will use pens, markers, and pencils to cover sticky-backed paper with painterly scribbles, then cut out clean shapes on the Cricut for adhering to packages. This project is fun for kids and adults alike, and the finished labels are great to have on hand for last-minute gift giving.
Cricut Crafts: DIY BookplatesLia Griffith
In this class, Lia demonstrates how to create monogrammed bookplates in the Cricut Design Space. This project utilizes the “Print Then Cut” feature, so you will begin by printing out the design, and then you will cut out shaped labels using the Cricut Explore. Whether you personalize the books in your own library or create a bookplate for a gifted book, this is the perfect project for all book lovers!
Cricut Crafts: DIY Fall Leaves WreathLia Griffith
Make a festive wreath with shimmery paper leaves, perfect for fall decorating. Lia Griffith shows you how to score and cut a variety of leaf shapes, then add dimension by folding leaves for a more realistic look. Attach leaves to a withered and rustic grapevine wreath for a statement piece you can hang on the door or on a wall.
Cricut Crafts: DIY Gift BagsLia Griffith
In this class, Lia shows how to make customized gift bags and gift tags using a Cricut Explore. The Cricut will cut out and score the printed cardstock, making assembly quick and easy. Lia will show you how to add ribbon handles, giving your gift bags a clean, professional finish. These gift bags can be cut out and stored flat for later use or assembled on the spot.
Cricut Crafts: DIY Gift Card Holder and EnvelopeLia Griffith
Learn how to make custom gift card holders and envelopes using a Cricut Explore cutting machine. The Cricut will cut out and score your printed cardstock and write a professional handwritten greeting with the Cricut Antiquity pen. Lia Griffith shows you how to assemble your gift card holder and envelope and finish it off with a chic ribbon closure. This is the perfect way to add a personal touch to an otherwise impersonal gift card.
Cricut Crafts: DIY Gift Tags and Belly BandsLia Griffith
Learn lots of new ways to dress up wrapped packages with a Cricut Explore cutting machine. In this class, Lia shares several templates for gift tags, belly bands, and bows, all of which can be printed then cut out on the Cricut and easily attached to a gift. Lia also shares pro wrapping techniques, perfect for the holidays or year-round gift giving.
Cricut Crafts: DIY Jar LabelsLia Griffith
In this class, Lia demonstrates how to create elegant, vintage-style jar labels using a Cricut Explore machine. The Cricut allows you to print, then cut out different shaped labels with effortless precision. Lia shows you how to neatly fill in the labels and apply them to jars of different shapes and sizes. Add these decorative labels to your favorite homemade jam or preserve jars to make a perfect gift for any occasion.
Cricut Crafts: Flower String LightsAnnabel Wrigley
In this class, Annabel Wrigley demonstrates how to make a festive strand of lights featuring flowers cut on a Cricut Explore machine. These gorgeous, oversized flowers feature several textural fabrics, including paper, felt, and a leather-like fabric called Kraft-tex. Once the shapes are cut out, it’s easy to assemble the flowers and attach them to a strand of lights.
Cricut Crafts: Geometric Party DécorCourtney Cerruti
Learn how to take a single geometric motif and create a suite of party projects, playing with scale and color to create decorations with big impact. You can use the motif as a stencil to paint everything from a large design on a tablecloth to a small design on a planter, or you can play with quantity by stringing together dozens of paper cutouts for a photo-booth backdrop. Courtney also presents ideas for using the leftover cutouts for party favors, like a pillow box container with a decorative trim. To cut out the pieces for all of these projects, you can use a cutting machine like Cricut Explore™ to speed up the process, or you can cut out the paper and stencils by hand with an X-acto knife and cutting mat—the choice is up to you! The end result is a cohesive collection of projects that will add a glamorous touch to your next party.
Cricut Crafts: Lace Greeting CardsCourtney Cerruti
Using simple materials, you can create your very own beautiful, inexpensive wedding or bridal shower invitations using Cricut Explore. Courtney demonstrates how to load the lace template into the Design Space, as well as how to create a gatefold and tie the card together with ribbon.
Cricut Crafts: Make Celebration ConfettiCourtney Cerruti
Learn how to use a Cricut Explore to cut out bird-shaped confetti from paper — perfect for any celebration. A template is provided so that you can cut out a whole sheet at once, and as an added bonus, Courtney shows a fun, simple way to package confetti as a handout for party guests.
Cricut Crafts: Make Decorative Painted PlatesCourtney Cerruti
Transform old, boring dishes into bold, geometric decorative plates with your Cricut Explore. Courtney demonstrates how to use the Cricut machine to cut stencils out of contact paper. Then she shows how to apply stencils to plates and spray paint them to create a variety of fun shapes and patterns.
Cricut Crafts: Make Halloween Cupcake ToppersCourtney Cerruti
These playful silhouettes add the perfect bit of spook to your Halloween cupcakes and other baked goods. Courtney Cerruti shows you how to use the Cricut Explore to create shapes that you can turn into cake toppers or other festive decorations, such as garlands, confetti, gift toppers, and much more.
Cricut Crafts: Make Halloween Shadow PuppetsCourtney Cerruti
In this class, Courtney creates Halloween shadow puppets using the Cricut Explore cutting machine. These spooky Victorian silhouettes are fun to make and even more fun to put into action. Courtney shares tips for using different types of materials, like card stock and wood veneer, and how to add your own decorative flare using paint or ribbons.
Cricut Crafts: Make Stenciled VasesCourtney Cerruti
Upcycle old vases or bottles with this fun, quick Cricut project. Courtney demonstrates how to use the Cricut Explore to create a floral stencil, and then she spray-paints the pattern onto a glass vase. Drop in a votive or add some water with your favorite fresh flowers and you will have a lovely new table decoration.
Cricut Crafts: Make Wood Veneer Feather EarringsCourtney Cerruti
In this class, Courtney shares an innovative way to cut wood veneer using a Cricut machine. These feather earrings can be made in all shapes and sizes, and the Cricut cuts out each shape precisely for a clean finish. Courtney teaches you how to paint the feathers to add a splash of color, and then shows you how to easily attach them to ear hooks. In very little time, you can make a whole batch of these high-style earrings to give as gifts.
Cricut Crafts: Paper Flower ChandelierAnnabel Wrigley
Make this bright, fun chandelier alongside Annabel Wrigley from Little Pincushion Studio. In this class, Annabel teaches you how to cut out all of the individual flowers and vines using a Cricut Explore machine. Once the pieces are cut out, it’s a cinch to assemble the flowers with hot glue and string them on neon paracord. Add a few fun extra elements, like wooden beads and decorative straws, to finish off the look and add dimension.
Cricut Crafts: Stenciled Raindrop Wall ArtCourtney Cerruti
To make this beautiful raindrop wall art, you don’t need to be an “Artist” with a capital A. In this class, Courtney Cerruti shares an easy technique for cutting out artwork on vinyl using the Cricut Explore, and then painting over the vinyl stencil several times to create an overall design. Apply neutral, neon, and gold paint with brushes and spray-paint to achieve a layered multi-dimensional effect.
Cricut Paper Flowers: Make Potted PaperwhitesLia Griffith
In this class, paper flower artist Lia Griffith shows how to create realistic paperwhites using the Cricut Explore cutting machine. Lia demonstrates how to use the scoring tool to create perfect creases in the flowers and leaves, and then shows how to assemble the blooms to make a stunning arrangement.
Kids Cricut Crafts: Paper Flower NecklaceAnnabel Wrigley
In this class, Annabel Wrigley shows you how to make a cheerful paper flower necklace using Cricut Explore. Once the paper pieces are cut out, Annabel shows how easy it is to assemble the flowers, give them fringed details, add colorful pompoms centers, and how to link the flowers together to create a pretty necklace that fits your unique style.
Kids Cricut Crafts: Watercolor Butterfly RingsAnnabel Wrigley
In this class, Annabel Wrigley demonstrates how to make lively and vibrant paper butterfly rings using a Cricut Explore machine. This project is great fun for both kids and adults. Annabel shows you how to decorate your butterfly shapes using watercolors, gel pens, and a felt tip marker and then attach them to rings, though they can also be used to embellish hair berets, magnets, and more.
STEAM: Make a Chomping SharkJamie Hudson
Turn a regular clothespin into an amazing chomping shark with scientist and crafter Jamie Hudson. This is a fun project for the whole family to construct using the Cricut Maker to cut out your shark shapes. Then, assemble and paint your shark in your favorite colors. With this quick craft, you'll not only have a new googley-eyed friend to chomp on your finger or hang your laundry, but you'll also learn some scientific principles - like bite force - in a creative and engaging way.
STEAM: Make a Crystal YetiJamie Hudson
Science meets papercraft with this dazzling crystal yeti project. PhD chemist and maker Jamie Hudson teaches you how to use a paper abominable snowman - easily cut on the Cricut - as a surface for growing “fur” crystals. While learning about crystallization, nucleation, and super saturation, you'll enjoy crafting a sparkly new friend.
STEAM: Make a Disco LED AnglerfishJamie Hudson
Learn how to recreate natural bioluminescence from the depths of the ocean with an LED light and make a fun anglerfish at the same time. Jamie Hudson, a PhD scientist and crafter, gives an introduction to electronics and semiconductors while lighting up the lure on an anglerfish that you'll cut out of basswood on the Cricut Maker. Make a bunch, paint them different colors, and have a disco anglerfish party, finding out about bioluminescence and symbiosis while you're at it.
STEAM: Make a Flying Squirrel GliderJamie Hudson
Let your crafting take flight and make a flying squirrel glider out of wood veneer. PhD scientist and experienced crafter Jamie Hudson will show you just how easy it is to put together a fun glider using the draw-and-print function on the Cricut while also teaching you about airfoil design, center of mass, and of course, actual flying squirrels. Jamie will also help you troubleshoot your flying squirrel and demonstrate how to make adjustments for the smoothest descent.
STEAM: Make a Foaming Pavlov’s DogJamie Hudson
We all have fond memories of the classic science fair volcano experiment, but it's time to give that baking soda project a super fun update. PhD chemist and crafter Jamie Hudson shows you how to turn that same chemical reaction into a spouting whale or a drooling Pavlov's dog. You just need a few basic household supplies and your Cricut to put together zany new friends while also learning a little about chemistry as well as conditioned responses.
STEAM: Make a Paper ZoetropeJamie Hudson
Scientist and maker Jamie Hudson shows you how to make a handheld paper zoetrope which creates an easy 10-frame animation and demonstrates persistence of vision, which tricks the brain into turning many still images into one moving image. This is how all cartoons and movies are made, and you get to make an animation of your own with a Cricut and some poster board. Putting together this classic piece of movie-making history requires no glue. The Cricut does all the work, and you just need to fold it together and let your imagination do the rest.
STEAM: Make a Parachuting OstrichJamie Hudson
Give a flightless bird the chance to fly with crafting and science. Jamie Hudson, a PhD scientist and maker, will show you how to construct an adorable paper ostrich and its trusty plastic parachute using a Cricut, a pipe cleaner, and household supplies. While you watch your ostrich friend float down to the ground more gracefully than nature intended, you can also learn about the physics of drag and mass. Try attaching other small objects to your parachute and keep on experimenting.
STEAM: Make a Sea Monkey HabitatJamie Hudson
If you've never heard of "sea monkeys" get ready to learn all about this famous retro pet while making an out-of-this-world aquarium for them to live and grow. Jamie Hudson is a PhD scientist who started a craft company and loves combining art with science. Follow the instructions on your sea monkey kit to bring them to life, then craft them a new home with the Cricut that will send them to outer space. Fun fact: sea monkeys have been to space several times. And if sea monkeys aren't your thing, you can still use the techniques and materials from this class to decorate a small fish tank or terrarium.
STEAM: Make an Animatronic Owl FigureJamie Hudson
Jamie Hudson is a PhD scientist who started an art company with his wife. He loves finding projects where art and science meet - especially when they make him laugh. Use the print-and-cut function on your Cricut Maker to make an owl figure out of wood, then learn how to use servos and electronics to give your owl the ability to rotate its head. Once you've learned how to bring an element of motion to your art, you'll be inspired by the endless possibilites.
STEAM: Make Balloon Propelled VehiclesJamie Hudson
Jamie Hudson, a PhD scientist and longtime crafter, teaches you how to use wood and straws to make a toy car, a spinning UFO, and a tiny shuttle, all powered by a balloon. These projects are a great blank canvas for decorating and getting creative. Learn about potential energy, kinetic energy, mass and mass displacement, reaction force, and even a little bit of rocket science while you use a Cricut machine and some simple materials to assemble three diferent balloon-powered vehicles to race with friends.
Cricut Crafts: Gemstone Favor BoxesJennifer Sbranti
Event stylist Jenn Sbranti from Hostess with the Mostess guides you through constructing 3D paper gemstones that can hold little gifts, serve as a place card, or just brighten up a tablescape. Use your Cricut machine to cut any card stock, then accent your box with metallic gold paint and printable tags. Easily personalized, these gemstones will elevate any event.
Cricut Crafts: Layered Nature CardNatalie Malan
Designer and illustrator Natalie Malan uses patterned papers based on her original paintings and the Cricut Explore Air 2 to create two dimensional cards inspired by nature. Working in Cricut Design Space, learn how to add your own setiment to a beautiful layered butterfly card and play with color and pattern to create a variety of beetle cards along with a matching envelope. These insect cards combine color and garden florals that are perfect anytime of year.
Cricut Crafts: Make a Tunnel BookCourtney Cerruti
Part diorama, part pop-up card, the tunnel book is a structure that gives depth and dimension to your paper crafts. Artist and crafter extarordinairre Courtney Cerruti demonstrate two versions of the tunnel book, one based in space and the one set under the sea. The Cricut makes challenging cuts simple and assembly is as simple as using a glue stick to attach your panel to accordion-folded edges. Learn techniques for customizing decorative papers to make these books your very own.
Cricut Crafts: Make an Affirmation ToteNatalie Malan
Natalie Malan uses the Cricut Wild Rose plus patterned iron-on vinyl from her custom line to craft an empowering tote bag. She’ll show you how to take an existing image from Design Space and hide contours, change colors, and resize and center elements. You’ll then use the Cricut to cut out your design. After weeding, you’ll use the Easy Press to adhere the vinyn to your tote bag. Once you’ve learned how to manipulate an existing image, you’ll see how easy it is to create your very own design.
Cricut Crafts: Layering Iron-On VinylAmber of Damask Love
Layering vinyl is an essential technique for creating dynamic projects with your Cricut. Professional Cricut crafter, Amber of Damask Love, explains how to plan your iron-on motif in Cricut’s Design Space, using the slicing and contouring features that make this layering technique possible. Once the vinyl has been cut, Amber shows you how to assemble your layers using the Cricut Easy Press tool. These layered vinyl pieces are perfect for tote and t-shirt designs, and best of all, won’t have any excess bulk!
Cricut Crafts: Make a Custom Pencil PouchNatalie Malan
Artist, illustrator and Cricut aficionado Natalie Malin lends her design expertise to customizing and crafting a custom pencil pouch. She’ll walk you through the three-layer design, then demonstrate how some of her favorite Cricut tools – namely, the Bright Pad and the Easy Press – can really simplify the process. Finally, you’ll learn how to customize type in Design Space to make it your own. Essential for keeping your tools organized or crafting on the go, the resulting pencil pouch is versatile and once you’ve personalized it, totally unique to you.
Cricut Crafts: Make a Lunar NightlightCourtney Cerruti
Make a twinkly night light cover that doubles as a work of art. Maker extraordinaire Courtney Cerruti demonstrates a simple technique for painting on Yupo paper, creating an enchanting moon that glows when the lights go down. Use your Cricut machine to cut the easily-assembled components, which come together quickly to light up any dark corner of the home.
Cricut Crafts: Phases of the Moon Wall HangingCourtney Cerruti
Create a beautifully graphic wall hanging inspired by the moon. Expert maker and Cricut crafter Courtney Cerruti shows you how to use your Cricut to make precise cuts, then add texture to the faux leather pieces with an easy marbling technique. Keep in tune with the subtle transitions of the moon with this simple wall hanging that can hang vertically or horizontally and adds dimension to your home decor.
Create a beautifully graphic wall hanging inspired by the moon. Expert maker and Cricut crafter Courtney Cerruti shows you how to use your Cricut to make precise cuts, then add texture to the faux leather pieces with an easy marbling technique. Keep in tune with the subtle transitions of the moon with this simple wall hanging that can hang vertically or horizontally and adds dimension to your home decor.Learn how to:
What you'll get:
Here’s what you’ll need:Get the project design file on Cricut.com
- Cricut Maker or Explore
- Cricut fabric grip cutting mat
- Access to Design Space
- Cricut fine point blade
- Two sheets of 12" x 12" Cricut faux pebbled leather in silver, champagne, and caramel
- Metallic embroidery floss
- Tacky glue
- Glue brush
- Large bowl with water
- Nail polish in black, silver and metallic blue
- Cut faux leather on a Cricut
- Use Cricut's Design Space
- Make a wall hanging
- How to marble using nail polish
What you'll get:
- A four-part class on using your Cricut to make a phases of the moon wall hanging
- 3 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
- Detailed supply list
- Step-by-step instructions by Courtney Cerruti
- The ability to leave comments, ask questions and interact with other students
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