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Geometric Gold Foil Shark Shirt with Cricut for Shark Week!

 Geometric Gold Foil Shark Shirt with Cricut for Shark Week!      Make the greatest gold shark shirt to wear while enjoying Shark Week! What is better than watching show after show about sharks?  Haha, we usually watch a few show about sharks during the week to get in the spirit of things. Maybe do some shark crafting while watching shows about sharks. Shirts are my favorite crafting medium, they are simple and fast to make using the Cricut Maker and EasyPress 2. Supplies Needed: Gold Foil  Iron On Cricut Maker Cricut Brightpad Cricut Weeding Tools T-Shirt EasyPress 2  EasyPress Mat        Use the Cricut Maker to cut out the geometric shark image, free with Cricut Access in Design Space. Place the iron-on foil shiny side down on the mat and mirror the image. Once cut, remove the iron on from the mat.   Weed the excess iron on vinyl from the image.      Next, warm up the EasyPress 2 according to the recommended settings.  Warm up the t-shirt whi

Shark Deep Sea Creatures Lego Creator 3 in 1 Set

 Shark Deep Sea Creatures Lego Creator 3 in 1 Set     How is your summer going? Mine has been so busy! I can't believe there's just a month left until reality rears it's ugly head. Since Shark week is on it's way...let's start a fabulous Shark week with this amazing Lego set.  The 3 in 1 set comes with 3 packets of instructions to build 3 different options with the Lego pieces provided.  We, naturally, decided on the shark for Shark Week!  That adorable little crab is also a favorite!  Sometimes I incorporate a craft in my Lego posts, but this shark deserves all of this posts attention. I love the attention to detail in every little part. Deep Sea Creatures Lego set It's a fantastic price and will be delivered to you in time for Shark week fun! Click here for more Lego fun.   Lego sent me this set in exchange for this post. The shark has moveable parts, the fins and tail move as well as the mouth opens and closes.  I love having my kids b

Moon Landing Galaxy Painted Shoes DIY

Moon Landing Galaxy Painted Tennis Shoes DIY      Paint some shoes to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the lunar landing on July 20th, 1969! These shoes are out of this world and look amazing. Painting shoes is simple and is a great way of upcycling old shoes with scuffs or stains. Galaxies are full of vivid colors and these shoes showcase a variety of colors so they match with anything you might want to wear.      Take an old pair of tennis shoes and paint them to give them new life. Perfect way to spruce up a back-to-school wardrobe too!  Let's get started: Supplies Needed: White tennis or canvas shoes Acrylic Craft Paint (in variety of colors) Stencil Paintbrush Palette Fabric Medium (optional) Step One:      Begin by removing the shoelaces.  Then paint splotchy sections of colors all over the white shoes. If you are using fabric medium, add a little to each color of paint before painting them on the shoes. This will make the paint dry smooth and s