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!
Nothing quite like waiting until the last minute to design and assemble a card! This card will be making a trip to MN to my mom for Mother’s Day so I hope it arrives on time. Finished card measures 4.25″ x 5.5″. Refer to the pictures for the folds. I used print then cut for most of the embellishments because
I have a wall in my living room that has been screaming for a personal touch so I decided to use up one of my canvases that I bought awhile back when Michael’s was having a sale on them. I’ve seen several versions of this sign but none matched exactly what I wanted on mine, so I got busy and created my
This file contains 3 “scenes” for the luminaries … Santa’s sleigh, a village, and pine trees. I made the box itself so that it can sit down over a battery powered tealight so there is no bottom on the box. Assemble your “window” by building your layers in this order: frame, scene, vellum, curtain. I used a white chalk marker
My youngest moved into his own place this week so I decided to do some therapeutic crafting today to try to overcome my empty nest syndrome. This canvas is what I ended up making … I made the one pictured for him to hang in his new apartment and will be making one for myself. I can only hope that he
Today I’m sharing a SUPER fun and versatile card base, a triple tier slider card! If you watch the assembly video you will hear me say, several times, that this card design reminds me of a 3 layer cake so I’ve included some “icing” in the file that you can use to turn your card into a “cake” if you
Have a wedding to go to or know some newlyweds? This card, while simple to make, makes a statement with the swirls and flourishes connecting everything together. I used pearl papers to add that extra wow factor. Set your machine to the intricate cuts custom setting when cutting the layer with the swirls and flourishes and then gently remove it