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Personalized Gift Basket

How To Personalize A Gift Basket With your Cricut Maker 

Do you need a quick gift? But you want it to look well thought out?  Or do you need a budget friendly gift that looks like its worth so much more?
Check out my latest Video I show you how to personalize budget friendly items that won't break the bank but will look like they are worth so much more.

Here is a list of Items I used Basket (Michaels) $8Socks (Target, Walmart) $2.99Lamp  $5.99Towel $52PK mason jar cup ( Target Dollar Spot) $3Umbrella (Walmart) $3Candle $7.95CardSnacks Cricut Premium Vinyl Cricut Iron on Mustard YellowCricut Glitter Vinyl Strong Grip Transfer TapeBright Pad Cricut Maker Cricut Easypress 2 6x7Criuct mat 

I used Cricut Design Space to design the names and monograms. The Cursive font is Babette its free for access members If your not an access member I highly recommend it for $9.99 a month you get access to over 75,000 images and fonts you also get 10% off your online orders 
For the monogram I used Mon…
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Thank you for checking out my blog xoxo CrystalAnn

Craft Room Storage Ideas | How To Store Rolls Of Iron On Vinyl

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Those of you that follow me on Youtube know that I now have a she shed and I have been working on storage ideas. I Found these awesome storage racks by ArtBin that hold 12 rolls of vinyl/Iron on each.
Check out this video to see how easy they are to setup and use.

Thanks for checking out my Blog xoxo CrystalAnn

My Review Of The Cricut EasyPress 2 

 I was ecstatic when Cricut announced the first Cricut EasyPress. It was a game changer for the crafting community. Brilliant from the design to the functionality!  More Heat. I didn't think it could get any better but Cricut wasn't done. The Cricut EasyPress 2 is more awesome than before with temps as high as 400F I could now sublimate and Press more Iron on Materials than before.
More Sizes And More Colors.The Cricut EasyPress 2 is now available in three sizes 6"X7", 9"X9" and 12"X10". And It's also available in Raspberry, Gold, Pink, and Mint. 
 I own the 6"X7" Its perfect for onesies and small projects. I have even used it to add Iron on to coffee mugs. I also own the 9"X9" I use it for my t-shirt's and larger projects. 

Here are a few videos I have done with the Cricut EasyPress 2

DIY Coloring Shirts 
ScreenPrinting With Chalk Couture
Baby Onesies
I have had no issue with my…

Cricut Maker Review

Cricut Maker Review 

Is the Cricut Maker worth the upgrade? what if I'm a beginner? What if I don't sew or cut wood?
I get a-lot of questions when it comes to the Maker and since I have owned my Maker for over two years I thought It would be a good time to tell you my thoughts on it.
When Cricut first announced the Maker I was so excited and couldn't wait to get my hands on it. Fabric? Wood? say what! Two things I absolutely love to play with I just knew this machine was going to fulfill all my hopes and dreams. 
The Design is stunning I love how sleek and smooth it looks. You can tell a lot of thought went into every detail from a spot to hold you phone/Ipad to a USB. The storage got bigger and the pen holder/storage got better. 

The Maker Currently has 3 Adaptive Tools outside of the Standard blade and 4 different Mats available.
The Rotary Blade  The Knife Blade Scoring Wheel 

Standard Grip  Light Grip Strong Grip Fabric Mat

The Maker is so easy to use and setup it really is a…