So Many Options to Create With the Carnival Mystery Box!

June 25th, 2019 • Contributor: Cricut Education Team

I was so excited when I saw there was another Cricut Mystery Box available; waiting for it to be delivered felt like a child waiting for Christmas morning! I couldn’t wait to see what surprises were included in this month’s box and wanted to get my hands on it so I could head right to Design Space and get started creating—AND Holy Moly, when I opened it I was so excited for all the creative possibilities!

Project Inspiration for Genuine Leather

Let’s start with the Genuine Leather…  First of all, before you even decide what you are going to make, do me a favor and just smell it… I know that seems silly, but it smells so delicious; like a brand-new car.  Okay, now that we have that covered, I was eager to get to making with the Genuine Leather and my Deep Point Blade.  There are so many options for the Genuine Leather; you could make a sunglasses case, a wallet, or even a phone holder and cord wrap to keep all your electronic cords organized.  And don’t forget, when using the Genuine Leather, you are also going to want to use your StrongGrip Mat when cutting.

Carnival Mystery Box from Cricut
Carnival Mystery Box from Cricut

For the Leather Phone Accessories project, I was even able to use Black Glitter Iron-on that also came in the box for the beautiful detail! So many options for this one Mystery Box!

Carnival Mystery Box from Cricut

Project Inspiration for Holographic Iron-on

I was so excited when I saw that Holographic Iron-on was included in the Carnival Mystery Box because my oldest is headed off to Summer Camp next week, and the Holographic Iron-on will be perfect for projects for her goodie bag that I plan to sneak into her suitcase! Plus, the silver and green will be bright and wonderful for the projects I plan on making.

Carnival Mystery Box from Cricut
Carnival Mystery Box from Cricut
Carnival Mystery Box from Cricut

For the Smile Wink T-Shirt, I thought it would be cute to use a super bright, perhaps neon, tank top, and the silver color, and I am so excited about using the green with a black mask for the Eyelash Face Mask project! Finally, how cute is the House That Lars Built - Pocket Full of Posies T-Shirt project?!? I think I am going to need to make this one for the camp goodie bag, as well as one (or two) for me.

Carnival Mystery Box from Cricut
Carnival Mystery Box from Cricut

Project Inspiration for Glitter Iron-on

This may be my favorite project I made from this Mystery Box (maybe because I am writing this on a Monday), but I LOVE the Nope Not Adulting Today T-Shirt. I made it on a Sunday and wore it on a Monday, and It was perfect! Even after two projects with the Black Glitter Iron-on, I still had enough to make more projects, so I decided to make a Baby Bear Bodysuit for one of the many Cricut pregnant mamas we currently have in the office.

Carnival Mystery Box from Cricut

Project Inspiration for Cocoa (Removable Vinyl) + Transfer Tape

For the Cocoa Removable Vinyl project, I knew right away what I wanted to do: the darling Wit & Delight Secret Garden Artwork.  How cute would this project be for a Secret Garden party or hanging outside during a Summer cookout?  Of course for this project, and the next project, I used the Vinyl Transfer Tape to get my Vinyl cutout to the base I was using for each project.

Carnival Mystery Box from Cricut
Carnival Mystery Box from Cricut
Carnival Mystery Box from Cricut

Project Inspiration for Brights Sampler (Permanent Vinyl) + Transfer Tape

I was so excited for the Permanent Vinyl Brights Sampler; I immediately knew it would be perfect for my Fourth of July Star Party!  I was so excited to add the Star Party Milk Jars, the Star Party Candy Bowls, and the Embellished Paper Cups to my party decorations plan, and the bright colors are perfect for Summer!

Carnival Mystery Box from Cricut
Carnival Mystery Box from Cricut

Project Inspiration for Metallic Pens

Last, but not least, I was excited to make the Stop and Smell the Roses Notebook and the Best Wishes Tag for a gift I need for an upcoming Bridal Shower I am attending, and they turned out so adorable!  I am so excited for my friend to open this darling gift!

 

I am so excited to see what you all decide to make with all of these options in this month’s Carnival Mystery Box!

Happy Crafting!

XX,

The Education Team

Carnival Mystery Box from Cricut
Monogram Craft Ideas

Cricut Community Favorites: Monograms

March 24th, 2019 • Contributor: Cricut Blog Team

Monograms are a simple yet elegant way to personalize your crafts. Usually, it's created by taking any or all of the initials in your full name and adding design elements to make a beautiful image. You can see some great examples here from our Cricut Community members.

Cricut Community Favorites: Monograms

Need an easy idea for a wedding or neighbor gift? Use Amber's design to make them a set of monogrammed tea towels.

Click to Make: Monogram Tea Towel

Cricut Community Favorites: Monograms

You can dress up the wall in your entryway (or any room, really) with a floral monogram letter like the one Heidi made.

Click to Make: Floral Monogram Letter

Cricut Community Favorites: Monograms

I wouldn't have thought to put a monogram on earrings like Chandra did, but they look great!

Click to Make: Monogrammed Earrings

Cricut Community Favorites: Monograms

If you've never gone shopping for craft supplies at a dollar store, you're missing out. There are some pretty good blanks and materials, like this tumbler that Jacqueline personalized.

Click to Make: Monogrammed Tumblers

Cricut Community Favorites: Monograms

Pondering your next shirt design? Grab your iron-on and make a monogram shirt like Ashlee created.

Click to Make: Monogrammed Shirt

Cricut Community Favorites: Monograms

Adorn the first initial of a child's name with glitter vinyled letters and a tiara. I love the way that Kimberly put them all together.

Click to Make: Bailey Tiara Shirt

Cricut Community Favorites: Monograms

Create a wedding card box for the happy couple to use at their wedding by using their names and the initial of their last name like Melissa designed.

Click to Make: Wedding Card Box

Cricut Community Favorites: Monograms

Yesi personalized this shadow box with a large monogram on the glass. I really like the way she arranged her paper flowers in the corners.

Click to Make: Shadow Box

Cricut Community Favorites: Monograms

Another decorative craft that I have been seeing a lot of are these frosted glass blocks. Sarah added a bow and some lights to finish it off.

Click to Make: Glass Block

Cricut Community Favorites: Monograms

Etching glass is a good way to make sure that your designs never come off in the dishwasher or elsewhere. Follow Joanne's lead in adding your initial, then etching away according to the cream's directions.

Click to Make: Glass Block

Cricut Community Favorites: Monograms
DIY Spring Crafts

Cricut Community Favorites: Spring is in the Air

March 17th, 2019 • Contributor: Cricut Blog Team

This is one of the snowiest winters that I remember here in Utah and I am SO ready for spring. Technically it's right around the corner, but the actual spring weather I want to enjoy seems so far off.

Cricut Community Favorites: Spring is in the Air

Amy made this striking Welcome Spring burlap sign. It's not the usual palette that I associated with spring (think pastels), but it works!

Click to Make: Welcome Spring Burlap Sign

Cricut Community Favorites: Spring is in the Air

The fact that Sherry used flower patterned cardstock to make her spring flower bouquet seems a little meta to me, which is fun.

Click to Make: Spring Flower Bouquet

Cricut Community Favorites: Spring is in the Air

Reverse canvases are a fun way to create a different look for the standard stretched canvas. Paula made this cheery version for spring.

Click to Make: Spring Reverse Canvas

Cricut Community Favorites: Spring is in the Air

If you want to venture into the world of quilting, start with this bright Bloom spring mini quilt by Stephanie.

Click to Make: Spring Mini Quilt

Cricut Community Favorites: Spring is in the Air

So many people look forward to spring break after a long winter, so announce that you're ready for some fun with this shirt by Christina.

Click to Make: Spring Break Mode Shirt

Cricut Community Favorites: Spring is in the Air

If you're celebrating a birthday or throwing another type of party, greet your guests with these flower name tags by Linda.

Click to Make: Spring Flower Name Tags

Cricut Community Favorites: Spring is in the Air

This Howdy wreath by Shaylee is suitable for adding a welcoming touch to your front door even if you don't live in the Southwest.

Click to Make: Howdy Wreath

Cricut Community Favorites: Spring is in the Air

Someday I want to see the tulip fields in The Netherlands, but until then, I can just enjoy making tulip designs like this scrapbook page by Feliza.

Click to Make: Tulip Scrapbook Page

Cricut Community Favorites: Spring is in the Air

Julia created this paper flower wreath with her daughter. My child really loves to make crafts, so this would be a fun project to tackle together.

Click to Make: Paper Flower Wreath

Cricut Community Favorites: Spring is in the Air

Melanie used this floral patterned iron-on from the Charlotte collection by Anna Griffin to make this Hello Spring shirt pop.

Click to Make: Hello Spring Shirt

Cricut Community Favorites: Spring is in the Air

I love the bold colors that Sarah used in making this Welcome Spring sign. This design can go on signs, shirts, bags...basically anywhere!

Click to Make: Welcome Spring

Cricut Community Favorites: Spring is in the Air
DIY 50th Anniversary Party Ideas

DIY 50th Golden Anniversary Ideas

March 12th, 2019 • Contributor: Cricut Blog Team

To celebrate my parent’s 50th, my sisters, aunts, and daughters came together to create a party that celebrated their life and allowed guests to walk down memory lane with them. The world was a very different place in 1969 and we wanted to capture the spirit of the day by incorporating themes from that era. At the same time, with help from our versatile Cricut Maker, we came together to personalize the event by incorporating elements of their past in a fun, interactive way.

Let’s start with the Giant Daisies we created as our backdrop for the Polaroid photo-op station.

DIY 50th Anniversary Party Ideas

Giant Daisies

What says 1969 more than giant daisies?  I have a deep passion for paper flowers so when we came up with this concept of making giant paper daisies I just couldn’t wait to get started!

The more you pay attention to the details of a flower, the more real you can make it seem. We decided to use wooden beads on a half foam dome surrounded by crepe paper fringe to create more texture and depth to each of our daisies.

This project creates three different sizes of large paper daisies. Exact size will vary a bit based on personal constructions. I love how these turned out and delivered the “flower power” feel we were hoping for. For step-by-step instructions, check out the tutorial.

DIY 50th Anniversary Party Ideas
DIY 50th Anniversary Party Ideas

Photo Op Sign

We created this “sandwich” sign using some plywood and hinges bought at our local hardware store. To tie into the party theme, we used this hip Wedge Monogram 60’s-style typography. The sign directed guests to participate in creating a memory by shooting a polaroid, placing them in the memory book and writing a short note to my folks. My daughter applied a midnight blue paint to the plywood and then used Premium White Vinyl and Gold Adhesive Foil Matte for the lettering and design.

DIY 50th Anniversary Party Ideas

We found this vintage-looking type writer that allowed guests to share memories and connect them with their picture in the memory book. The guests loved using the typewriter and my parents loved the sentimental and goofy notes.

DIY 50th Anniversary Party Ideas

50th Anniversary Candles

We thought these DIY Customizable Candles would be super fun for the party and to bring some of the design motifs into some unexpected areas of the room. Not to mention, it would make a great takeaway for Jean and Frank. It was amazing to cut the tissue paper using the Rotary Blade. Often considered too delicate for most crafting, tissue paper can do some amazing things when paired with another material. Check out the techniques found in this tutorial blog and make your own candles for any occasion.

DIY 50th Anniversary Party Ideas

Planter Favors

To tie back to the Giant Daisy backdrop and our 60’s theme, we pulled together these customized terra cotta pots and petite seed envelopes for guests to take home and grow their own daisies.  For this project, there are three different elements: personalized initials on the pots created using vinyl, the tiny envelopes with Everyday Iron-on “Seeds” lettering and fabric bow ties to finish off the presentation.

Super fun and my parents loved the idea of visiting with others in the coming months to see how much their planted daisies had grown.

DIY 50th Anniversary Party Ideas

Centerpiece Game

To celebrate and capture how much has changed over their 50 years, we wanted to create an interactive way to take folks back through my parent’s past. We came up with this table centerpiece trivia game that ties historical moments with my parents' own life moments.

For example, a guest would guess what family event took place the same month and year as the Berlin Wall coming down). To discover the answer, they would pull the slider piece out to reveal the family went on a road trip covering 9 states. Everyone loved playing and it turned out to be a great ice breaker.

We used our Knife Blade to cut the heavy chipboard (TIP: for best results, take out chipboard 24 hours before cutting to acclimate to climate). You can see a tutorial on the blog by clicking here.

DIY 50th Anniversary Party Ideas

Anniversary Chair Signs

The piece that I love most about this project was the fact my parents had little table cards at their wedding with, “We Do” & “And Always Will”. Sadly, there are no photos of the cards but my aunt recalls them vividly. To play off of this, we wanted to take this opportunity to recreate the sentiment with chair signs that read, “We Still Do” & “And Always Will”. We cut heavy chipboard using our Maker and Knife Blade and spray painted blue and gold paint to tie back to our color theme.

DIY 50th Anniversary Party Ideas

Circle Hanging Centerpiece

As I mentioned, I love working with paper and these hanging chandeliers were perhaps my favorite project. They really brought the room together and my mom absolutely adored them. Creating the first took a bit of time but they were really easy once we finished that initial one.

We first painted embroidery loops of varying sizes, then tied them together with monofilament so they hung evenly (one below another). We then cut all our cardstock circles with the Maker - I can’t imagine having to cut and score all of them by hand!

DIY 50th Anniversary Party Ideas

50th Anniversary Invitation

Going back to when the planning all began–the invites. This is the first project in which I brought to life the theme and was able to apply the color palette, typography and combining different materials like vellum, cardstock and Kraft board. I loved the invites then and I love them even more now.

With a different font and color combination, this design would transform into an entirely different look and feel. Please be sure to show and tell us how you would customize any of these designs on our Facebook page.

DIY 50th Anniversary Party Ideas

In the end, my folks had an amazing time. It was also a labor of love for me and my family members who helped pull it all together. I love seeing it all come together! I hope you get some ideas from this post that you can use in planning your next party.

DIY 50th Anniversary Party Ideas
St. Patrick's Day Crafts

Cricut Community Favorites: St. Patrick’s Day

March 10th, 2019 • Contributor: Cricut Blog Team

Green is my favorite color and some of my ancestors were Irish, so I love celebrating St. Patrick's Day every year. With all of the fun designs that our Cricut Community members have been creating and using, it's a hard choice for which one I should wear this time.

Cricut Community Favorites: St. Patrick's Day

My girls think it's the best day when they get gold wrapped chocolate coins. I need to make this cute treat box that Cindy crafted to make the day even better for them.

Click to Make: Leprechaun Pot o' Gold Treat Box

Cricut Community Favorites: St. Patrick's Day

Oh, I think I am in love with this fun Lepre-llama shirt by Crystal. You can add a llama to almost anything and it will at least double the cuteness factor.

Click to Make: Lepre-llama Shirt

Cricut Community Favorites: St. Patrick's Day

If you're a teacher looking for a design to wear this year (because it's so much fun to celebrate ALL the holidays with the kids, isn't it?), Nicolle has you covered with this One Lucky shirt design.

Click to Make: One Lucky Teacher Shirt

Cricut Community Favorites: St. Patrick's Day

We really do have so many creative people in Cricut Community. William turned a tuxedo into a fun green vest for this card that suits the occasion well.

Click to Make: St. Patrick's Vest Card

Cricut Community Favorites: St. Patrick's Day

William also created this shamrock treat box. The Scoring Wheel does such a good job at creating score lines for rosettes, doesn't it?

Click to Make: Go Green Treat Box

Cricut Community Favorites: St. Patrick's Day

Let everyone know what team you are on with this shirt that Jennifer fashioned.

Click to Make: Team Shamrock Shirt

Cricut Community Favorites: St. Patrick's Day

This play on a certain profane saying that Shauna made is definitely more family-friendly while still giving a wink at the original meaning.

Click to Make: Luck's Sake Shirt

Cricut Community Favorites: St. Patrick's Day

Lucky duck is totally something I say, so I would definitely make this fun design by Missy to celebrate St. Patrick's.

Click to Make: Lucky Duck Shirt

Cricut Community Favorites: St. Patrick's Day

Oh, my unicorn-loving daughter would be thrilled if I made something for her using this cute shamrock unicorn as Jenna did.

Click to Make: Shamrock Unicorn

Cricut Community Favorites: St. Patrick's Day

I love typography art as a style and this one that Jennifer chose is no exception. It's fun when you can use words describing or otherwise associated with something to create an image of it. It looks great on this bag, but could certainly be used on a shirt, as wall art...so many possibilities!

Click to Make: Shamrock Bag

Cricut Community Favorites: St. Patrick's Day
DIY Kitchen Towel Designs from Cricut Community Members

Cricut Community Favorites: Kitchen Towels

March 3rd, 2019 • Contributor: Cricut Blog Team

I find that kitchen towels are an easy way to celebrate holidays, make a statement, or just add fun touches to your kitchen. I need to add some of these designs by our Cricut Community members to my collection.

Cricut Community Favorites: Kitchen Towels

I am a big proponent of celebrating Taco Tuesday as often as possible. I definitely need these fun towels by Rhonda.

Click to Make: Taco Tuesday Towels

Cricut Community Favorites: Kitchen Towels

I just discovered that a small percentage of my ancestors were Norwegian. That must account for part of the reason that I think these towels by Bre are delightful.

Click to Make: Scandinavian Dish Towels

Cricut Community Favorites: Kitchen Towels

It seems like that most of the weeks in this Cricut Community Favorites series have at least one punny design. This week's version is this fun set by Renae.

Click to Make: Flippin' Awesome Towels

Cricut Community Favorites: Kitchen Towels

Looking for a simple design to complete your farmhouse kitchen? You should definitely consider these utensil towels by Bre.

Click to Make: Farmhouse Kitchen Towels

Cricut Community Favorites: Kitchen Towels

Are you looking for some towels to display in Autumn? I like how Roxann used gold for the leaves on this Fall Blessings towel.

Click to Make: Fall Blessings Be With You Towels

Cricut Community Favorites: Kitchen Towels

Hopefully she'll change as she gets older, but this humorous towel by Tori definitely fits my young daughter's cooking style.

Click to Make: Made With Love Towels

Cricut Community Favorites: Kitchen Towels

As Claudine demonstrates, patterened vinyl like this buffalo plaid deer towel is an easy way to add several colors to your design without having to worry about layering.

Click to Make: Be Merry Deer Towels

Cricut Community Favorites: Kitchen Towels

Lisa created a stencil that she used to paint the design on her towel. This is one of my favorite sayings as it reminds me to strive to be my best no matter the circumstances.

Click to Make: Bloom Where You Are Planted Towels

Cricut Community Favorites: Kitchen Towels

I love that Sara included a salt shaker in her design for this Seasoned with Love towel. It just seems to complete it perfectly.

Click to Make: Seasoned with Love Towels

Cricut Community Favorites: Kitchen Towels

These holiday towels by Julie are perfect to give as gifts to all of your neighbors this winter.

Click to Make: Christmas Hand Towels

Cricut Community Favorites: Kitchen Towels

If you are decorating your kitchen in the shabby chic style, use this design that Nora created. She made a banner, but it is perfect for tea towels also.

Click to Make: Shabby Chic Tea Towels

Cricut Community Favorites: Kitchen Towels

Personalize Mary's design with the pertinent first or last name and you have the perfect gift for all of the grandmas in your life.

Click to Make: Seasoned with Love Towels

Cricut Community Favorites: Kitchen Towels
DIY Anniversary Gifts

Cricut Community Favorites: Anniversary Gift Ideas

February 23rd, 2019 • Contributor: Cricut Blog Team

If you're looking to celebrate another year of nuptial bliss or making a gift for a couple who is, here are some lovely anniversary gifts that our Cricut Community members have whipped up.

Cricut Community Favorites: Anniversary Gift Ideas

I usually make a stencil like this as the first step of etching glass, but I like the way Lisa used it to personalize this mug.

Click to Make: 50th Anniversary Mug

Cricut Community Favorites: Anniversary Gift Ideas

You can easily customize it for the happy couple by picking out patterned paper, vinyl, or cardstock that matches their wedding colors, shared hobbies, and more. For a version that would suit anyone, use floral as Arlene did.

Click to Make: 60th Anniversary Card

Cricut Community Favorites: Anniversary Gift Ideas

I love the striking contrast of this card by Rebecca where she set the white design against the red cardstock.

Click to Make: 10th Anniversary Card

Cricut Community Favorites: Anniversary Gift Ideas

Etching is my go-to method for personalizing glass like these cups by Jennifer. After placing the stencil, follow the instructions on the etching cream to customize it.

Click to Make: Anniversary Glass Etching Stencil

Cricut Community Favorites: Anniversary Gift Ideas

I love how you can make this wood round design by Kathleen into either a tray (complete with a wire handle rack) or a lazy Susan.

Click to Make: Wooden Tray/Lazy Susan

Cricut Community Favorites: Anniversary Gift Ideas

I should stop and count up how long my husband and I have been married. Corey designed a version that works for the first anniversary.

Click to Make: First Anniversary Frame

Cricut Community Favorites: Anniversary Gift Ideas

Let's see...9862 days is just a wee bit over 27 years. Wow! You can easily customize this design by Missy after calculating how many days it is for your project.

Click to Make: Anniversary Card

Cricut Community Favorites: Anniversary Gift Ideas

Debbie made this fun design that splits the wedding year between the two shirts. You can wear them for every anniversary!

Click to Make: Anniversary Shirts

Cricut Community Favorites: Anniversary Gift Ideas

I love how there are so many different ways to create your own version of a concept. I love the inclusion of a pair of doves and pearls on Nora's card.

Click to Make: 60th Wedding Anniversary Card

Cricut Community Favorites: Anniversary Gift Ideas

The gold that Neen used behind the heart on this 50th anniversary really makes it pop, as does the embossing.

Click to Make: 50th Anniversary Card

Cricut Community Favorites: Anniversary Gift Ideas

Just looking at all of these numbers for 60 years is amazing. Anna shows that a couple has been together over 26 million minutes by the time they reach their 60th anniversary!

Click to Make: 60th Anniversary Sign

Cricut Community Favorites: Anniversary Gift Ideas
DIY birthday parties

Cricut Community Favorites: Birthday Parties

February 16th, 2019 • Contributor: Cricut Blog Team

I love how easy it is to make your celebrations extra special with a Cricut! You can create different parts like banners, cupcake holders, cards, cake toppers and more to fit any theme. Check out these fun designs that our Cricut Community members have been making for their birthday parties.

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Birthday Parties

Aww, I remember when we celebrated our kids' first birthdays, complete with a big chocolate cupcake. Katherine made this darling banner that would be great for this type of party. I can also see it easily being modified into one for a Valentine's Day event.

Click to Make: First Birthday Heart Banner

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Birthday Parties

If you've never decorated a cake, a cake topper is an easy way to make it fancier without having to know how to pipe frosting or roll fondant. Ritamarie designed this Happy Birthday one using a script font. As a bonus, you can reuse them over and over.

Click to Make: Happy Birthday Cake Topper

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Birthday Parties

Diana had this innovative idea to make a banner using framed pictures of the birthday person throughout the years. I should try this for my next party!

Click to Make: Birthday Picture Frames

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Birthday Parties

If you have a child who loves anything to do with construction, Kristin made a fun birthday banner for this theme.

Click to Make: Construction Birthday Banner

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Birthday Parties

If you're celebrating a summer birthday, Emily made this cute fruit banner that is bright and happy.

Click to Make: Fruit Birthday Banner

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Birthday Parties

Make the birthday person stand out with this cute Party Panda shirt that Kelly crafted.

Click to Make: Party Panda Shirt

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Birthday Parties

I wanted to be a marine biologist when I was growing up. I would have been delighted if I had a birthday party that included this banner by Emily.

Click to Make: Under the Sea Birthday Banner

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Birthday Parties

If you'd like your ocean themed party to have more of a nautical flavor, make this banner by Kimberley.

Click to Make: Nautical Birthday Banner

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Birthday Parties

Leona made this funny punny banner that would be great for any child's birthday party. Some days I wish I could slow down time and tell my kids "Donut Grow Up".

Click to Make: Donut Grow Up Birthday Banner

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Birthday Parties
Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Birthday Parties

Want to send home cupcakes with your guests or just have an elegant way to serve them at the party? Cachet created these fun exploding cupcake boxes.

Click to Make: Easy Release Cupcake Boxes

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Birthday Parties

Like many little girls, my daughter loves anything to do with unicorns. She would be delighted to receive a bag decorated with unicorns like Julie made.

Click to Make: Unicorn Birthday Bag

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Birthday Parties

For an elegant birthday party, you can add these floral birthday tags by Gilsa to your favors or even around the room.

Click to Make: Floral Birthday Tags

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Birthday Parties
DIY Valentine's Day shirts, Valentine's Day, Valentine shirts

Cricut Community Favorites: Valentine’s Day Shirts

February 9th, 2019 • Contributor: Cricut Blog Team

If you're looking for new shirts to wear for Valentine's Day, our Cricut Community members are here to help. Check out these fun designs that have been popping up.

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

This shirt by Misty would be perfect for any little girl. I would choose to make it with purple glitter for my own daughter since it's her favorite color; I love how easy it is to customize shirts to each person.

Click to Make: I Love You a Bushel and a Peck

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

Are you a teacher who's looking for the perfect shirt to wear on Valentine's Day? Emma has you covered. Of course, this shirt would be apt throughout the rest of the year, too.

Click to Make: To Teach is to Love

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

I have made my own version of conversation hearts before with frosted cookies, but this cute shirt by Beth would definitely be a better option since I could wear it many times.

Click to Make: Conversation Hearts

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

For the person who loves puns, Tricia designed an adorable shirt you should make. As a rule, we don't recommend layering anything on top of glitter iron-on, so she's got you covered with everything sliced out so that you avoid this, but still have the look of glitter as the base.

Click to Make: Owl Be Your Valentine

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

Looking for matching shirts for you and your kids? You can use these designs by Kimberly to get you coordinated in no time.

Click to Make: Mommy & Me Valentine

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

In addition to the above fun collection shirts about Mama, don't forget to make this one by Bailie about Daddy.

Click to Make: Daddy's My Valentine

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

If you want to honor the greatest example of true love, you can create a shirt using this design by Freda.

Click to Make: True Love

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts
Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

Oh, how clever Catherine is! She made two shirts for Valentine's Day from this one design cut. Save on materials and time by choosing to make these shirts for Valentine's.

Click to Make: Two Shirts in One

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

If you'll be pregnant on Valentine's Day, you could make this special shirt by Alyson to celebrate this precious time.

Click to Make: Growing Valentine

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts

I got engaged on February 13th. If I had my Cricut back then, I could have used this version by Nicole to celebrate our first Valentine's Day together.

Click to Make: Hot Fiance Valentine

Cricut Community Favorites: DIY Valentine's Day shirts