Who is ready to cry their eyes out and have every single theory ever destroyed by the premier of The Last Jedi tonight? OMG we are so excited. ...
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The news this morning was a hard one to wake up to. My heart hurts for the families, first responders, Las Vegas community, and our great nation. I’ll try to keep my political opinions out of this as much as I can, but it’s pretty obvious that things like this shouldn’t continue to happen.
Before I start with any of this, let me give you some major disclaimers.
— All machines featured in this post were given to be my their respective companies.
— I have owned a Silhouette Cameo (the original version) since 2009, so I am more familiar with the software…but I have spent A LOT of time recently using the Cricut products just so I could get an honest handle on them. My son’s birthday party decorations, etc were 100% Cricut created, specifically for this blog post.
— All opinions are my own, and based upon my own experiences. I’m aware your thoughts can/will be different. And that’s okay. These are just mine.
— There are affiliate links within this post.
Whenever something big happens and I start to feel super sad / down / helpless, it always helps me to create something that has a positive message to it. It might sound silly, but forcing myself to find a positive message during a less-than-positive time makes me a little more hopeful. I wish I didn’t ever feel the need to make these things. But here we are again.
One of the coolest blogging experiences to-date was when I was contacted about this Cricut blog tour. They wanted to get a bunch of us sewing bloggers together to see what we could come up with for projects that involved their iron-on products.
Considering that my whole business is built from the iron-on and HTV world, I couldn’t say no to this opportunity. And really I couldn’t say no in general, because it sounded so fun! I was officially counted in!
Do you ever run into a creative block? I do for sure. And it’s A FREAKING BUMMER when it happens. Like, life altering. When I want to make something but can’t figure out what to make, it’s straight up depressing.
I went through it with these fabrics from RP Custom Fabrics. They’re gorgeous and I wanted to do them justice. It basically destroyed my sewjo….and then a lightbulb went off. Star Wars. The answer is Star Wars. (In reality, the answer is always Star Wars.)
We are always looking to gift something to people that is handmade, unique, useful, and that Louis can help us with. Since Mother’s Day was coming up, we really wanted to gift the Grandmas something that fit all of those requirements, and I think we nailed it with this one.
Want to make your own DIY Serving Tray? We’ve got you covered!
…I’m here to bring you a new Star Wars free cut file, so you can decorate your shirts join our family is nerding out. It’s Star Wars Day every day, so don’t worry if you can’t get to making something today!
St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner and I’ve got a freebie crochet pattern for you! Sure, most people want to make leprechaun hats. But I’ve always wanted to figure out how to make a pixie hat and this sounded like a fun alternative. Let’s hop to it!