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ONE// Embroidery Floss Bobbins
Never run out of embroidery floss bobbins again when you can make your own! These cut out quickly and efficiently with Cricut Kraftboard, about 40 fit on one sheet! I designed these custom floss bobbins with a cute scallop-y design that includes a slit for starting your wrap! Kraftboard is super smooth and more dense than card stock, it is one of my favorite materials to use!
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TWO// PLANNER STICKERS
Make your own planner stickers to set aside your sewing and craft time with printable vinyl stickers! Print them from your home computer onto Cricut Printable Vinyl, then cut them into stickers with your machine!
Print the labels but skip the first cutting mat. Then align the vinyl sheet on the mat. It won’t be lined up perfectly so make sure you check the placement before cutting the shapes to complete the stickers.
Send to printer then click on the white mat on the left.
Drag the images around to match the placement of your sticker sheet on your mat.
THREE// LABELED DRAWERS
I love having tabletop storage right behind my sewing machine with things I reach for while sewing – needles, bobbins, thread and small scissors! These little drawers are plastic and perfect for that! I made vinyl picture labels in white to go on the clear drawers. You can still see through them but they are extra cute! I used Basic Vinyl in white for this!
These are from Michael’s but here are some similar drawers.
Cut out the vinyl and weed. Apply transfer tape and apply to drawers.
FOUR// LLAMA TRIM STORAGE
Llama llama are you cold? Don’t these little llamas look adorable all bundled up in trim and bias tape?! I loved wrapping them up and they turned out even cuter than I could have imagined! I especially love the trim on these little guys because llamas are often drawn with colorful pom pom trimmed blankets!
Cut the llamas from chipboard – this will take a while since the Maker does 20 passes. I like to set it and let it cut before I go out or go to bed. When it’s done, apply the face with transfer tape.
FIVE// JAR HANG TAGS
Glass mason jars are the perfect holders for colorful things that will add to your craft room decor! I gave these large jars labels, written with the Maker! I used a Metallic Marker and Kraftboard tied on with baker’s twine.
These come out of the machine ready to use!
SIX// VINYL LABELED PHOTO BOXES
Add vinyl to a basic photo storage box to create useful storage for anything! I made these labels to store fat quarters and scraps. I made these with basic vinyl.
SEVEN// UNICORN STRING HOLDERS
Unicorns are my MANE attraction right now…hahaha. So I had to use chipboard to make these string holders! The string wraps around the unicorn’s head and looks like a mane! Cut these with 2mm Chipboard and the Knife Blade, then paint with acrylic paint!
EIGHT// TRAVEL WORK-IN-PROGRESS POUCH
Watch me WIP! with this travel case ready to stash your Work-In-Progress! I used a pre-made zipper pouch and added Permanent Vinyl on top! Super easy- make it the same way you make the vinyl projects above! I didn’t use iron-on for this because the material on the outside is heat-sensitive and more like a pleather than a fabric.
NINE// MACHINE FEET STORAGE
A basic plastic compartment box makes a genius storage container for your machine feet! Keep them organized with a labeled space for each one! These are basic vinyl.
TEN// FABRIC BOXES
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