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My Best Friend is Better than yours Shirt DIY with Cricut!

 My Best Friend is Better than yours Shirt DIY with Cricut! My best friend is better than yours. Isn't this the best shirt? My most adorable friend had a birthday and I wondered what to give her. Of course a shirt! So I thought a while about what it should say...and then it came to me. It's like those half heart BFF necklaces from the 80's!  Do you have a bestie that needs this shirt!? Make the shirt in minutes and give it as a gift with chocolate, of course! I used my ipad pro with the procreate app and wrote out this fun quote. Right click to save it off, personal use only. With a little metallic foil iron on, it is the perfect classy touch to a shirt.  Supplies Needed: T-Shirt Metallic Foil  Iron On Cricut Maker Cricut EasyPress 2 Cricut EasyPress Mat  Begin by cutting the iron on vinyl on the green mat, be sure to reverse the image. Then use the hook tool and weed out the excess iron on vinyl.  Warm up the shirt on the EasyPress mat with the EasyPr

How to Paint a Front Door for Instant Curb Appeal!

Products for this project received from Plaid as one of their Plaid Creators. All opinions are mine.  How to Paint a Front Door for Instant Curb Appeal! So back in April, I asked some of my neighbors if I could paint their front door. I don't like babysitting kids, I'm not great at bringing meals to people...but I knew I could paint doors. This is the front door that got them all going. Over the next few months, I'll highlight some doors I painted and showcase the amazing befores and afters. Check out this before picture:  This door was obviously peach at some point (why people try to match their brick color is beyond me!) Then the door was painted brown. It had old paper stuck to it. There was a lot of chipped paint. Not only that, but there was cracks in the door that allowed daylight to shine through. Clearly the perfect candidate for a door makeover.  So, what color to pick when painting the door? Complimentary color families always work well. So if the house

Tribal Tote Bag with Cricut Layered Iron-On Vinyl!

 Tribal Tote Bag with Cricut Layered Iron-On Vinyl! This tote bag is adorable and a fun layering vinyl project. I love tote bags...I have a million of them, but there is always room for one more fabulous one. Totes are super useful...and make great gift bags too! Perfect for trips to the store, library or out Trick-or-Treating--tote bags are a must. They are so easy to customize with a Cricut Maker and EasyPress 2...and lots of Everyday Iron-on Vinyl.  Supplies Needed: Everyday  Iron On Cricut Maker Cricut Brightpad Cricut Weeding Tools Tote Bag (this one is from Old Navy) EasyPress 2  EasyPress Mat This Tribal Pattern  Begin by pressing the tote bag on the EasyPress mat with the EasyPress 2. Warm up the tote and iron out any wrinkles. Behind the scenes, use the Cricut cutting machine to cut the layers of iron on in the colors you desire.  Next, weed and layer the different colored strips, so you can see how they will end up.  Then remove all the to