DIY home decor is a great way to bring your style into your home and really make it your own! Crochet is a great way to do that. Here is a collection of awesome home decor crochet projects for you to personalize in your own colors and style!
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I’ve had a lot of fun with my Cricut over the last two months! I see lots more Cricut-ie fun happening on the blog in the future. Today I thought I’d share a few of the goodies I’ve made with my Cricut.
A few days after I received the Cricut, I couldn’t resist trying one of the doily designs. There sure were lots of little pieces to remove!!
Isn’t it pretty? It’s pinned to my cork board, just looking pretty and making me happy.
We went to a wedding a few weeks ago and needed a card, so that seemed like a good excuse to do a “Make it Now” project.
I love that the Cricut draws as well as cuts. It’s so cool!
It even made the envelope!!!
One day when Kyla still had her cast she was feeling a bit down about what she could and couldn’t do. So we decided to make a special project with the print-then-cut feature. These little animals were printed on card stock from the Cricut Design Space using my home printer. It was so easy, I just loaded the cardstock in my printer (don’t worry, most home printers have no problem with cardstock) and Cricut sent the print job to it! Once it was printed I just placed the cardstock on my cutting mat, followed the prompts from the Cricut Design Space, and then the Cricut cut them out!!
Kyla glued them all together and assembled her little forest menagerie. Aren’t they adorable? So of all the nifty things the Cricut can do, bringing a smile to Kyla’s face is my favorite!
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Every Sunday night I post a link blast of knit and crochet goodies on Twitter and Facebook. The link blast usually consists of patterns and yarn blog posts that have happened over the last week, along with some yarn, book or notion items that I feel may interest you. Here’s all the links from the June 26, 2016 knit and crochet link blast.
Cupcake Toddler Purse #FreeCrochetPattern @MooglyBlog
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I’m not sure how old our little deck is, but it’s certainly sad. The stairs are uneven, and the whole thing just feels unsafe. (more…)
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot
Phoebe is a lightweight poncho that is perfect to dress up your summer wardrobe. It is quick and easy to make, so it’s a great beginner project. Phoebe is a poncho that only increases on one side, so it can be worn sideways for an asymmetrical look, or long in front and short in back.