So I have had this svg for awhile now, and I just had never found the time to actually sit down and do it. So last night I had some time and completed two fast and easy Cricut projects I had on my list. By using My Cricut Maker (although you can do both of these projects with the Explore models as well) I was able to complete these fast and easy Cricut projects in a short amount of time.
Bed & Breakfast Tray
First was this little tray I have in my guest room. I had purchased it with the intent of using it on the couch and putting a monogram on it. But that idea changed into this after I found the Bed and Breakfast svg.
Although I cannot remember exactly where I got this svg from, I found it online for you at Itty Bitty Dragon.
To complete my project I used Cricut Vinyl and my Cricut Maker. Remember, Cricut Access members always save 10%, but you can save another 10% and get free shipping with my code LORI10 (until June 30, 2019) on all supply orders over $50.00.
Personalized Album Spines
The second project I completed was to personalize my album spines for my Yellowstone Albums. A friend of mine (Karen) asked me if it was possible to use the Easy Press to do this. She has been doing some extensive traveling out of the country lately and wants to label her albums. So I had to do it, and send her a pick to show her. I will be helping her do this to her albums at my all day crop coming up on June 29th.
For these, I used Cricut Glitter Iron On and I could not be happier with the results.
I again used My Cricut Maker to cut the letters and then I used my Cricut Easy Press 2 at 300 degrees for 30 seconds on my Easy Press Mat. I am so happy with how this turned out, that I am going to do the rest of my album spines as well, and I have lot and lots of those!
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