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!
I know someone that is expecting so I wanted to make a special card to give to them along with their gift. I absolutely LOVE shaker cards and wanted to make something that could be used for either a boy or a girl so I went with simple, yet fun! When I have given shaker cards in the past the
I’m always needing a card for birthdays, new arrivals, congratulations…etc so I came up with this design that can be multipurpose just by changing the colors and sentiment. While it’s not the simplest card to assemble (the inside pop up folds are a challenge) that I’ve designed, it is one that can be easily changed up to use for many
This saying has always been one of my favorites, and when I’m going through a rough patch I try to remember that sometimes change isn’t necessarily a bad thing. I have left all words on their own layer so that you can rearrange things to fit the project you are creating if you need to. This is an SVG only
I’ve been wanting to design one of these cards for awhile now, and with Mother’s Day quickly approaching, I decided that there’s no time like the present. This card leaves enough surface area to really dress it up and give it that WOW factor so use your imagination and create something beautiful. I’ve recorded a tutorial for assembling the card
I guess I will always be a kid at heart because I love these little guys. I saw a set of cards similar to these on Pinterest and decided to make my own versions of them. These would be a super fun project to get the little ones involved in because the cards are fairly simple to make and can
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