Hi there and welcome to Tidbits and Tinkerings! My name is Teri and I started this blog as a way to share my crafty creations with all of you. The projects that I share are created in Cricut Design Space or Sure Cuts A Lot and all are cut using the Cricut Explore Air 2 or Cricut Maker unless otherwise noted. So, jump right in and I hope that you find some inspiration for the projects you see!
This is a fairly simple card and goes together rather quickly so it would be great for your Christmas card list. I used my laser printer with print then cut and then foiled using my Minc for the card front. For the backing and ornament rings I used gold poster board. I used some gold wired ribbon for my bow
Here’s another fun little shaker card. I had my Cricut write the sentiment on the inside panel so that it would show through the window on the front of the card. I went with a happy greeting so I could send this card at any time to anyone just to brighten up their day. I’ve added notes to the file showing
Dress up those gifts even more with these adorable Santa Suit gift tags! You have to and from on one side done using the writing feature and then the front of the tag is decorated to look like Santa’s suit. I used bakers twine to finish it off. This project is only available for Cricut Design Space. You can grab
Love is in the air so here’s another card for that someone special in your life. The base of this card can be used for so many different things so don’t limit yourself to the Valentine’s Day theme, make it your own and create a fun, interactive waterfall card for any occasion! You can grab the Cricut Design Space file
I love the gold and white color scheme for Christmas cards so here is one that has quickly become my favorite. This one is somewhat time consuming to assemble so I will only be making a few to give out to the special people on my card list. If you don’t have all of the items on my supply list
I’ve seen this saying floating around the various craft groups and fell in love with it so I decided to create my own file for a frame that I picked up at Dollar Tree. The frame originally had some white lettering painted on it but it was easy to remove and for $1 I made myself a beautiful floating frame