Let’s PLAY a Cricut Design Space GAME

🧚‍♂️Starting tomorrow and continuing until the end of JANUARY (We are off on Weekends – PHEW!), I’m going to use a number generator and have it choose a number between 1 and 150.
When the number is chosen, open Cricut Design Space and click on images.
CaptureHave the CRICUT ACCESS FILTER on so that only those images are involved. Then count until you get to the correct image.
Set a timer of 7 mins. on phone (or other device) AFTER OPENING the image in Design Space.
You will have 7 minutes to create something from the file – change anything you want BUT you must include the file in your design somehow.
After your timer rings, use the snipping tool (or the MAC version) to take a screen shot of your creation and post it the comment section for the day.
Wanna play?
I think it will be a fun way to LEARN, STRETCH ourselves AND share ideas with each other.
I’ll post the numbers at 10am EST.

Paddington 2 and Cricut Design Space

Paddington was fun to make. I did a small version of him BUT I’m imagining a HUGE version of him on my grandkids’ (twins!) walls. CUTE!!


Here are the printable directions. PattyAnnesPlace Using Inkscape to Create an Offset. If there is anything that seems unclear, please let me know and I’ll fix PattyAnnesPlace Using Inkscape to Create an Offsetit PRONTO.

Cricut Explore – Hello Kitty Decorations

I am having a blast learning to make cute, Cute, CUTE party decorations (or wall decor) with my Cricut Explore machine. Since I didn’t want to have to glue a lot of little pieces, I made the majority of the kitty as a print and cut file and then added her nose and dress??? shorts??? as cut out pieces.

I think I’ll try another! Hmmmm whatever shall I try??? 🙂

all done

Have you tried this yet?

Little Boxes on the Hillside….. or Cricut Treasures from Trash?

Watch the complete video on my YouTube channel or on our FaceBook Group!

It is sooo much fun! Bet you’ll be scurrying around looking for boxes!
If you do….PLEASE post your photos or ideas on the FaceBook Group!

Success! Cricut Vinyl and Dishwasher Test!

Do you recall that the other day I did a test using the regular Cricut vinyl (631 type) and said I would test it in the dishwasher for you?  Well, I did it and it WORKED PERFECTLY.

I have washed both of my test mugs by hand and in the dishwasher AND they still look as good as new!  If you’re not sure of the test, check out a previous post here, my YouTube Channel or my BRAND NEW FACEBOOK GROUP.

If you want to see what vinyl I used,  please click my affiliate link to check it out! I can wholeheartedly vouch for the vinyl and the light transfer tape for this application.

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