This year we decided to do Secret Santa with my family, its a great idea when there are new babies coming in the family and house deposits to save up for. But it always leaves me feeling like I need to get a little something. I feel bad not giving people something as they spoil our children. So I decided to make everyone their own personalised bauble using my Cricut machine. This is my step by step instructions on how to make your very own Christmas baubles:
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I have been sent a fabulous Cricut Explore Air machine and I can honestly say I do not know what I would have done without it. I have been busy making gift tags, cards and even T-shirts for the children. It’s so easy to use and set up, you could spend hours making different items for yourself or for other people.
I spend lots of money each year decorating the Christmas gifts, I want them to look perfect. So I will buy wrapping paper, pretty string and ribbons, bows and Kraft tags to decorate myself too. I have great plans for my Cricut machine again this year, so I can get crafty with some of the wrapping. But I started to think about how I can reduce the costs and still be happy with my creations.
Welcome to 2017’s collection of #SilentSunday photos; today is 30 April 2017. Today’s photo is of the little ones in their bear dress up outfits yesterday. I had a thought afterwards, I am going to make something on my Cricut machine for their brown PJs. I love face painting and the guide in the Snazaroo kit was really helpful. The photos that are linked up are great and I really appreciate everyone that joins in. I would love to see this grow each week with new people linking up. I also love your comments, so a big thank you to everyone who joined in. Don’t forget to grab the badge and join in below…
Isla and I had a Cricut day and made lots of wonderful creations, thank you cards in the main for our Christmas and birthday presents. Then we had a nice visit from Great Grandma and Uncle Stephen, always nice to have a cup of tea on a cold afternoon. Then we settled down in the evening with a good film: Alice and Wonderland.
We had a fabulous day, well Mummy did more so, we crafted up some Christmas cards whilst Mummy set up her new Cricut machine. I made Christmas cards, vinyl stickers for a blackboard and I designed the children two Christmas tee’s. I was rather chuffed with myself. I love it.