You won’t need a sewing machine, because this book uses glue, iron-on, and rings to hold it together. Here’s how to make this DIY ‘Things That Go’ quiet book!
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Is there any sweeter trend right now than monthly pictures of a baby in their first year? I’ve admired all of the different ways to mark the month in these photos and particularly like the milestone discs. Here’s how to make them with your Cricut machine!
After months and months of play, I’ve narrowed things down to the 10 best (OK, I’ll be honest, these are the easiest) DIY cardboard games and activities. These cardboard activities are perfect for 2, 3, and 4-year-olds.
Every little one enjoys a game of peekaboo, and now they completely control it – all while developing fine motor skills and problem solving. Here’s how to make a personalized peekaboo puzzle with your Cricut Maker machine.
Crafting costs can add up very quickly. And I wondered… are there any budget-friendly Cricut tool alternatives out there? What about generic, off-brand Cricut tools and materials that may even work better than the Cricut brand? Spoiler: there are!
If you have a 3, 4, or 5-year-old at home, be sure to download this free complete-the-pattern printable, which is ideal for laminating.
This selection of 10 STEM activities will inspire you to get out some simple supplies and try something new this Valentine’s Day. Whether it’s stacking candy hearts or making towers out of jelly hearts and toothpicks, there’s something here that you can 100% accomplish with no sweat or tears.
These Valentine coloring cards with crayon holders are a quick and easy Cricut project. Plus, kids can help you put them together at the end!
Learn how to make a Two the Moon themed jigsaw puzzle with your Cricut Maker machine and chipboard (or even a cereal box!).
Get step-by-step instructions for creating a DIY “Two the Moon” iron-on using your Cricut. This project is ideal for beginners and makes for a really cute 2nd birthday t-shirt!