Cricut and Make the Cut project
Well I have used the Cricut that I
Well I convinced my friend Tonia to host a craft night so I could bring my stuff and learn from her.
~So once I got home I finally was able to figure out the drivers and get it to work. Now I didn't take pictures of my first try because I wasn't sure how it was going to work, but here is my 2nd project.
I wanted to share this with my sister because I made a birthday shirt for my niece and I wanted her to pick out which she liked better, SO I texted this pic to her. These were all FREE numbers within the software. FYI we went with the one on the bottom left.
Then I used some spray adhesive to attach my fabric to my mat to cover the area it shows on my virtual mat.
Here it is removed from the fabric after cutting. The white one behind it was from my iron on adhesive, I just cut out another so they would match up perfect and I ironed both on at the same time, then just did a zig-zag stitch around the edges to secure it.
So this was the project I started with:
Then I took it upstairs and zigzagged it down to hold it a bit more. And made a tutu to go along with it.
I am very happy with how it turned out, and how easy it was. Goes to show sometimes we are just afraid to try things when there is no reason to fear it at all!
The green fabric above is for my son's birthday shirt. And now that I know how to use the Cricut with the software, I have big plans for his birthday party.
I actually have several posts partially written because some projects are done- yes I am trying to be proactive, but I don't want to share all of them until closer to the party or maybe after! :-)