Mason Jar Christmas Gifts with Ball®

The best gifts come in a jar! Create a custom Christmas gift that can be treasured (and re-used) for years with a dozen quarter-pint Ball® jars and your imagination!

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Christmas is coming – and that means gift giving! Tired of struggling to find the perfect gift for someone? Create your own with this 12 Days of Christmas gift box that can be customized for anyone and used year after year.  {FTC Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Newell Brands, makers of Ball® Jar Fresh Preserving Products; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.}

MASON JAR CHRISTMAS GIFTS WITH BALL®

The best gifts come wrapped in a jar! So, grab a dozen quarter-pint Ball® jars and a divided box (I found mine in the Fall section of Michaels and it was on sale! Yay!) and you could have this project completed in an afternoon. That includes drying time!

This would make a wonderful new family tradition – your kids will love helping you shop for and fill the jars each year. My husband and I worked on this together and had a blast!

I was able to find almost everything I needed in one trip to Michaels, and used embellishments I already had at home for an added touch. *Indicates items purchased at Michaels.

 SUPPLIES NEEDED:

  • divided wood box*

  • 12 4 oz./quarter-pint Ball® quilted jelly jars*

  • spray paint – I used Rust-Oleum Universal in Pure Gold and Cardinal Red*

  • Cricut Maker*

  • Cricut Premium Vinyl in White*

  • ribbon*

  • adhesive – liquid glue/glue dots/hot glue gun*

  • painters tape

  • sandpaper

  • number stickers

  • buttons or other assorted embellishments

  • assorted small gifts or food items

  • colored napkins

  • optional – screwdriver (if box has handles)

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HOW TO MAKE MASON JAR CHRISTMAS GIFTS WITH BALL®

1. Remove the lids and bands from all jars and remove bar code sticker if necessary, then spray paint all lids and bands and set aside to dry

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2. Remove hardware from box.

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3. Tape off open end of box.

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4. Gently sand any raised area on the box (in this case, the painted phrase on the front and back).

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5. Spray paint the box until fully covered and set aside to dry.

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6. Once the box is completely dry, add Christmas phrase to the front and back. I created this free SVG cutting file just for you to make this project even easier! Click the link then right click and select “save as” to download the SVG to your computer. I cut it out with my Cricut Maker in white vinyl.

7. Fill jars with assorted treats. See below for some fun gift ideas!

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8. Put lids and bands on each jar and use adhesive to add ribbon and embellishments to each jar lid.

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9. Add numbers to the tops of each jar. Note – you will need FIVE 1s for this project. 1, 10, 11 (two 1s), 12 – so make sure you have enough before starting this project, because…uhhh…I didn’t. Another option would be to cut the numbers with your Cricut or other die cutting machine!

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10. Add your jars and voila! A custom, heartfelt, handmade project for the favorite people in your life. Want to add a pop of color to the box? Open a paper napkin and tuck it in to each compartment of the box before adding the jars.

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Mason Jar Christmas Gift and Free SVG File - Kingston Crafts.png

Want to include homemade goodies in these mini Ball® jars? One of the best things about them is not only are they food safe, the seal on the lid keeps your food items fresh. Check out a few other easy to find (or create) ideas:

sweet tooth: candy, mini cookies, sprinkles, trail mix

child: legos, plastic beads, coins, goldfish crackers

crafter: buttons, washi, chipboard embellishments, rolled ribbon

meaningful: handwritten notes from family members, favorite sayings, bible verses

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Mason Jar Christmas Gift and Free SVG File - Kingston Crafts.png
Mason Jar Christmas Gift and Free SVG File - Kingston Crafts.png
Mason Jar Christmas Gift and Free SVG file - Kingston Crafts.png

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Free SVG Files for Christmas

Get ready for the holiday season with these free SVG files from some of my favorite crafty people!

Free SVG files for Christmas - Kingston Crafts

One of my favorite things about the Christmas season is giving handmade gifts. With 15 of my favorite people we’ve created a round up of FREE svg files - you are sure to find something for everyone in your life!

FREE SVG FILES FOR CHRISTMAS

Besides being - you know…FREE - the best thing about these svg files is that they lend themselves to almost any project! Want to make a t-shirt or tote bag? Cut it from iron-on. How about a card? Get out a piece of cardstock and have at it! Window cling, vinyl, bonded fabric - the possibilities are endless.

I was raised in a family where food is love…so baking treats for my family and friends over the holidays is the way I show them how much I love them. I created this SVG file so I can give them a kitchen towel or apron along with their goodies! Click here to download (click the link then right click to download to your computer).

Free SVG files for Christmas - Kingston Crafts
Free SVG Files for Christmas - Kingston Crafts

I am RIDICULOUSLY lucky to be part of a creative girl tribe and every month we’ll share FREE svgs for upcoming holidays and events (see links below). Head on over to our Thanksgiving round up for last month’s SVGs. Next month - Valentine’s Day!! woohoo!!

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Easy Christmas Party Favors in Cricut Design Space

With just a few sheets of paper and some inexpensive bags or cups you can create quick and easy Christmas party favors with images in Cricut Design Space!

Easy Christmas Party Favor in Cricut Design Space - Kingston Crafts

I love to give little gifts to folks when they come to our house, especially over the holidays! What I don’t love? Spending a lot of money to do it! I grabbed some inexpensive paper bags and party cups and created these custom Christmas party favors in just a few minutes. {FTC Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links which means I may make a small commission on any purchases at no additional cost to you.}

EASY CHRISTMAS PARTY FAVORS IN CRICUT DESIGN SPACE

If you just want to create one of these you can do it with just a scrap of cardstock. Want to do a bunch? I was able to cut multiple poinsettias from one 12x12 sheet of cardstock. Easy and inexpensive - and uses things you’ve already got in your craft room.

SUPPLIES NEEDED

  • Cricut machine (I used my Maker but this could also be done with an Explore)

  • Cricut mat (I used light grip because I prefer it when cutting paper)

  • red cardstock

  • green cardstock

  • adhesive (foam tape, glue pen, glue dots)

  • favor bags and/or party cups

Easy Christmas Party Favor in Cricut Design Space - Kingston Crafts

1. Find desired image in Cricut Design Space. I chose this poinsettia because it looked like the easiest to put together! Ha!

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2. I wanted the petals to be all the same color (again - to make this as easy as possible) so I changed the color of each petal to match.

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3. Cut poinsettia petals and leaves.

Easy Christmas Party Favor in Cricut Design Space - Kingston Crafts

4. Remove pieces from mat and assemble.

TIP: you can use glue dots to add a bit of depth, or use a glue pen if you want the ability to move your petals around before they dry.

5. Add a sequin to the center for a little extra bling and apply to your gift bag or cup.

TIP: If applying to a cup, use a glue dot on the top of the poinsettia and some foam tape on the bottom. This will make up for the angle of the cup.

6. Fill with goodies and enjoy!

Easy Christmas Party Favor in Cricut Design Space - Kingston Crafts

These would make great hostess gifts, be a fun way to wrap gift cards, the possibilities are endless! You can change the image for any occasion so this idea can be used year round.

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10 Last Minute Halloween Projects with Cricut

This post first appeared on Cricut’s blog where I'm a contributor. With Halloween fast approaching, we’ve got 10 last minute projects you can make with the help of your Cricut machine!

10 last minute Halloween Projects with Cricut

Halloween is in TWO WEEKS! How did that happen? I know I can’t be the only one running around making last minute preparations so today I’ve got ten last minute Cricut projects that are going to make you the hit of the neighborhood this Halloween. Many of these projects can be made on both the Explore machines and the Maker machine so let’s get crafty!

10 LAST MINUTE HALLOWEEN PROJECTS WITH CRICUT

Mantel looking a little bare? In just ten minutes you can create this gorgeous boo banner from Frog Prince Paperie.

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Who has time for carving pumpkins at the last minute? This no-carve project from Sweet Rose Studio can be color coordinated for any theme and can be made again next year!

10 Last Minute Halloween Projects with Cricut - Kingston Crafts

 If you haven’t tried Cricut Window Cling it is PERFECT for last minute décor ideas – easy on, easy off! Check out these spider web window clings from Hey Let’s Make Stuff.

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These DIY felt masks from Tastefully Frugal are not only a quick and easy solution for Halloween, they are great for play time all year round!

10 Last Minute Halloween Projects with Cricut - Kingston Crafts

 These faux spider earrings from Hey Let’s Make Stuff would be a cool accessory for your costume, but would also be fun to wear to work or if you aren’t big on dressing up for the holiday.

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With these cut files from Liz on Call the possibilities are endless! Make them smaller for cupcake toppers, use them on cards, or make them larger than life for fun wall or table décor.

10 Last Minute Halloween Projects with Cricut - Kingston Crafts

Having a Halloween party this weekend? These bat napkin rings from Creativities Galore and this spider serving bowl from Laura’s Crafty Life will make any table festive, and just take a few minutes to create.

10 Last Minute Halloween Projects with Cricut - Kingston Crafts
10 Last Minute Halloween Projects with Cricut - Kingston Crafts

The best part about Halloween? The snacks! With your Cricut Explore or Maker you can customize sweet treats in no time. Check out these witch cupcake toppers from 100 Directions and these purple people eater treats from I Love My Disorganized Life!

10 Last Minute Halloween Projects with Cricut - Kingston Crafts
10 Last Minute Halloween Projects with Cricut - Kingston Crafts

Have a fun and festive Halloween – can’t wait to see what you create! Oh, if you want one more bonus last minute Halloween project, then check out my own Last Minute Halloween Home Décor with Cricut!

10 Last Minute Halloween Projects with Cricut - Kingston Crafts
10 last minute Halloween projects with Cricut

Create Baby Wall Decor with the Cricut EasyPress 2

I love creating personalized gifts - especially for new little ones! Thanks to my Cricut Maker and EasyPress 2 I can create custom baby wall decor that really makes a statement.

Baby Wall Decor with Cricut

CREATE BABY WALL DECOR WITH CRICUT

Iron-on is one of my favorite materials to use with my Cricut but I have always felt limited by the size of the EasyPress. Cricut is releasing two new sizes this Fall - 12x10 and 6x7 so now you have the perfect size EasyPress for any project. I am so excited about the larger size (and shoutout to the new raspberry color!) because it allows me to create larger scale projects like this canvas in less time and without worrying about getting full coverage. Perfect! {FTC Disclaimer: This is a sponsored blog post but the opinions are mine all mine! This post also contains affiliate links which means I may make a small commission on any purchases at no additional cost to you.}

Loving that tee-pee print? It is a FREE printable from A Joyful Riot! I am obsessed with it!

SUPPLIES NEEDED

HOW TO CREATE BABY WALL DECOR WITH CRICUT

1. Tape around edges of canvas - this will give your finished project a white edge.

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2. Cut cardstock to desired size and apply repositionable/temporary adhesive, then apply it to the center of your canvas. I used my Xyron Creative Station with Repositionable Adhesive and it worked like a dream!

3. Use dauber to apply paint around the edges of the cardstock then use paintbrush to paint the rest of the canvas. Let dry and repeat if necessary, then remove cardstock and tape.

4. Create image/phrase in Design Space. I've got this project saved in Cricut Community so you don't have to start from scratch! Use the sizing option (don't forget to unlock the image) to make your image fit perfectly in to the open space on your canvas. 

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5. Cut your image from Iron-On material. I used the Maker but this could also be done on an Explore machine. Don't forget to mirror the image before cutting!

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6. Remove excess iron-on and use weeding tool to remove centers of letters.

7. This is where the 16x20 EasyPress Mat really comes in handy! Because the canvas is raised (not flush to the table) I need padding underneath. By folding the large mat in half I have enough cushion to apply the iron-on!

8. Center image on canvas and cover with Iron-On Protective Sheet. This will protect your paint from the heat of the EasyPress.

9. Use the EasyPress recommended settings chart to determine temperature and time for your canvas. I did 340 degrees for 30 seconds. The greatest thing about the EasyPress 2 is I could do this entire large project in one fell swoop! No more multiple passes on the same project!

10. Remove clear film from design and voila! Custom Baby Wall Decor!

Baby Wall Decor with Cricut - Kingston Crafts
Baby Wall Decor with Cricut - Kingston Crafts

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Custom Pencil Cases for Girls and Boys

With just a few minutes, your Cricut machine and these cute pouches from the Target Dollar spot, you can create custom pencil cases for girls and boys just in time for back to school!

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We have ten nieces and nephews and know how crazy back to school time can be for their folks. We ALSO know what it is like to have a name that is hard to find on customized supplies (Alexandra? Mackenzie?) - so when I found these pencil cases at the Target Dollar Spot I thought it would be a quick and easy project to finish in an afternoon and let them know we're thinking about them as they head back to school in a few weeks!

CUSTOM PENCIL CASES FOR GIRLS AND BOYS

Grab your Cricut (I used a Maker but you could also use your Explore), the Cricut EasyPress - I LOVE THAT THING SO MUCH) and your favorite iron-on colors and let's make some custom pencil cases!

SUPPLIES NEEDED:

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HOW TO MAKE CUSTOM PENCIL CASES FOR GIRLS AND BOYS

1. Select your fonts in Design Space. I used Quirky for the girls and Varsity Letter Narrow for the boys (both are Cricut fonts). You can get the file here then just customize it with your own names!

2. Type out and size the names to fit the pouches. To create one single cut file (like I did for the girls names) ungroup the name then one at a time select each letter and move until they are touching. You can also use the letter spacing tool to move the letters closer together.

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3. Put a box around the name then select weld and you will have one single cut file.

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4. Cut the names out of iron-on. Don't forget to mirror the image and put your iron-on shiny side down on the mat!

5. Remove the excess iron-on and place on the pouches.

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6. Use the EasyPress to apply the iron-on to the pouches. Cricut has come out with larger EasyPress Mats and I grabbed up the big one because it lets me have multiple projects ready to go without having to move stuff on and off the mat!

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7. Remove the clear film and voila! Custom pencil cases!

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Create Custom Onesies with the Cricut EasyPress

Create custom onesies in just a few minutes with pre-made Cricut Iron-On Designs! Looking for last minute baby gift ideas? Want to create inexpensive but custom onesies? Then these babies are for you! See what I did there?

Create Custom Onesies with the Cricut EasyPress! Kingston Crafts

The new Cricut Iron-On Designs come in two sizes - large and small. They have so many fun designs (there are currently 50 available) and the small ones are the perfect size for custom onesies. Don't have little ones in your life? You can make custom tote bags, t-shirts, home decor and more in just minutes. {FTC disclaimer - This is a sponsored post but the opinions are mine all mine! This post also contains affiliate links which means I will earn a little something if you buy an item - at no additional cost to you!}

Create Custom Onesies with the Cricut EasyPress

I've said before that I avoided Cricut projects involving iron-on because I HATED using an iron - until the EasyPress came to my rescue! Now I put iron-on on everything. Even wood! These new iron-on designs are incredibly easy to use - if you are new to crafting or just short on time pick up some to keep in your stash and have gifts ready in minutes.

SUPPLIES NEEDED:

HOW TO MAKE CUSTOM ONESIES

1. Turn on and set EasyPress (see recommended settings for temperature and time).

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2. Remove iron-on designs from packaging and cut apart. I cut them with the backing just in case I didn't use them all, so I could save them for another time.

3. Lay onesie on your top of your EasyPress Mat* and "pre-heat" the onesie. It makes the surface nice and smooth and ready for your iron-on design!

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4. Apply iron-on design to front of onesie.

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5. Use EasyPress to apply heat to iron-on design. The instructions on the packaging were for 50 seconds at 350. If you are using the EasyPress Mat I'd reduce the time to 35-40 seconds. You can always add a little more time if you need it, but 40 seconds was plenty for me!

The instructions also suggest flipping the item over and ironing on the back for a few seconds - I did that too!

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6. Wait a minute or two for the iron-on to cool and then remove the liner. If you are used to warm peel (removing the liner right away) like me...then cold peel will freak you out a little bit. ;) It will be a little stiffer to remove than you are used to but trust me - it is better to wait for these to cool!

*The Mat has been a game changer for me. I was using towels before - but the iron-on goes on SO much more smoothly and evenly now!

Now find a cute baby and get them in some cute custom onesies! Click on the photo for the link to the narwhal and twinkle twinkle little star - the bow and "hello I'm new here" are sneak peeks of the New to the Crew collection coming soon!

This would be a fun (and easy and inexpensive) baby shower party activity - what a great gift for the mom-to-be! These Cricut Iron-On Designs come in a variety of themes (they aren't just for custom onesies!) so grab some to keep in your stash to create custom gifts and projects in no time. Enjoy!

Thinking about an EasyPress? Then check out my review of how EASY the EasyPress is to use!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

Easy Custom T-Shirt with Cricut Patterned Iron On

Hooray! Cricut has just released patterned iron on and my little customizing everything heart couldn't be happier! Today I'm going to share some tips and tricks for creating an easy custom t-shirt in just a few steps with the new Cricut Patterned Iron On. {FTC Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Cricut and contains affiliate links, which means I may make a small commission. #ad #CricutStrongBond #CricutMade #Cricut}

love honor and old bay tshirt

We're moving to Maryland in six days. I should be packing, calling utility companies, taking care of work deadlines...but instead? I'm making t-shirts! This shirt is a play on the old "love honor and obey" wedding vows...since the Army is moving us to Maryland and of course I would follow Don anywhere!

EASY CUSTOM T-SHIRT WITH CRICUT PATTERNED IRON ON

Easy Custom T-Shirt with Cricut Patterned Iron On

SUPPLIES NEEDED
Cricut Maker (but this project could be created with any Cricut machine) with Design Space
EasyPress
EasyPress Mat or towel
White Iron-On Lite
Filigree Blue Iron-On Sampler
Brayer (optional)

If you haven't laid your eyes on the new Cricut Patterned Iron On get yourself on over to cricut.com immediately! There are currently nine sampler packs available - everything from florals to watercolors to bolds and more. The packs come with three 12"x17" sheets (one of each pattern). I love that you don't have to buy a whole roll of one pattern - these samplers allow you to create a bunch of different projects from one pack. Onesies, tote bags, throw pillows, t-shirts - this is a game changer!


HOW TO CREATE A CUSTOM T-SHIRT WITH CRICUT PATTERNED IRON ON

Select your project in Design Space (for any of you crab lovers I share this t-shirt design here) and size to fit your shirt.

I cut my letters with White Iron-On Lite and my crab with one of the Filigree Blue Iron-On samples. Don't forget to put your iron on shiny side DOWN and mirror your image before you cut. TIP: I use the Cricut Brayer to give the iron on a strong grip to the mat - ESPECIALLY when I am using one of my older mats!

Once you've cut your images peel off the excess material.

Place the Cricut EasyPress Mat (if you haven't gotten your hands on this yet it is AMAZING) on your work surface then lay your t-shirt over it and place your iron ons.

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Use the EasyPress recommended settings chart on cricut.com to set the temperature and timer based on the material you are using, and get to pressing! (Note: I used two different temperatures - one for the Iron On Lite and one for the Patterned Iron On.)

Cricut has added a TON of information to the settings chart, including whether to do a warm peel (peel off the backing immediately) or a cold peel (let the iron on cool before peeling off the backing). It also now has two separate charts for those who are using the EasyPress Mat and those who are using a towel. I can already tell a huge difference with my projects!

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And just like that - a custom t-shirt! This Patterned Iron On from Cricut is going to change the way you create. I can't wait for you to give it a try!

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

Create Custom Home Decor with Cricut Adhesive Foil!

Cricut has hundreds of different materials and colors to choose from - and one of my all time favorites is Adhesive Foil! It comes in a variety of colors and finishes and is the perfect material to add a little extra glam to your project. Today we're turning a plain wood lid in to a custom hostess gift just in time for Thanksgiving!

{FTC disclaimer: I received free product in exchange for this post, which contains affiliate links. So I might make a few pennies if you order something - at no extra cost to you!}

SUPPLIES:
Cricut Explore or Cricut Maker
Standard Grip Mat
Adhesive Foil (I used Gold)
Weeding tool
Transfer Tape
XL Scraper
Mod Podge Furniture Satin
ceramic jar with wood lid

Measure your lid, select an image in Design Space and size to fit. I selected two images and "attached" them so they would cut as one single image - you can find the file here

Once you've cut and weeded your image, apply transfer tape and place image on lid. The XL scraper is perfect for projects this size because you can cover the entire area in just a few strokes.

And voila! A customized gift in no time. I brushed a few layers of Mod Podge Furniture Satin to the lid for a little added protection from wear and tear.

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Wood lids are "in" this season - I also found these cool concrete candles at Target and decorated the lid with white vinyl and another wreath image. So many possibilities!

{photos by Catrina Anne Photography}

Want to see more great adhesive foil projects? Head on over to the Cricut blog for a round up of some of my favorites!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut . The opinions and text are all mine.

Easy Customized Hostess Gifts - Monogrammed Tea Towels

I am a gift "hoarder" - meaning I will find inexpensive gift ideas throughout the year and hoard them in my closet until I find the perfect occasion/person for it. Thanks to my Cricut Explore Air I can customize almost anything in just a few minutes

I found these tea towels on clearance at Jo-Ann and knew immediately they would be the perfect summer hostess gift! {FTC disclaimer: this post contains affiliate links which means I might make a little money if you buy something.}

EASY MONOGRAMMED TEA TOWELS

A few tips about monograms:

Single letter monograms take just a few minutes (literally!) - the hardest part is deciding on your font!

Monograms are also a great way to use your scraps...I used scraps of Cricut Iron-on Lite in Pink and Glitter Iron-on in Kelly for my monograms.

I was able to use the same mat for both monogram cuts because you can move items on your mat prior to cutting in Design Space (see below - I moved my "K" all the way to the right side of the mat in Design Space before I hit continue to cut). I didn't have to look for a second mat or remove the first monogram before I cut the second one. Time saver!

Last but not least - when using iron-on DO NOT forget to click the "mirror" tab on the left side of the screen before cutting!

And voila! In just a few minutes you've got fun custom gifts that would be perfect for any occasion.

If you love using your Cricut then check out these other fun customized Cricut projects!