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25 Amazing Lego Crafts DIY's Roundup!

25 Amazing Lego Crafts DIY's! I absolutely love Lego!  We are a house filled with Lego. When my husband and I were first married, we wouldn't go on date nights. We bought our food from the grocery store and spent our money on Lego sets at the toy store. We'd stay up late putting our giant Millennium Falcon together--or building the Star Wars Episode 1: Pod Racer sets. We used the Lego sets as our home decor and decorated our shelves and tables with them. It's true today too. We have Lego pieces everywhere. Thankfully everywhere, except the floor. We all love building, creating and imagination play with Lego. Apart from Lego sets, we love Lego inspired crafting!  Check out these 25 amazing crafts and DIY's featuring those loveable plastic building blocks. Every home needs some Lego. This Classic box is a great start for imaginative play. Lego Classic Box Unikitty Inspired Printables Powerpuff Girls Lego Inspired Shirt Lego

Cricut Infusible Ink Tote Bag Craft

Cricut Infusible Ink Tote Bag Craft Have you given Cricut Infusible Ink a try yet? It's so amazing--add a seamless image on a shirt, tote, or pillow! This cute Motherhood tote would make a great gift and it's quick to make. Supplies Needed for Infusible Ink Tote: Cricut Cutting Machine Cricut EasyPress and Mat Cricut Infusible Ink Transfers Cricut Infusible Ink Blanks Image Begin by designing the image you love in Cricut Design Space. Then place the Infusible Ink Transfer Sheet on the Cricut Mat. Try not to touch it too much. Place the Cricut Tote Bag Blank on the EasyPress Mat and clean off any lint with a lint roller or some painters tape. Cut the image in reverse or the "mirror image" setting. Then weed the extra Infusible Ink Transfer away from the image. Warm up the tote bag with the EasyPress, then place the image directly on the bag, don't shift it around. Then place the included butcher paper on t