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Halloween Boxtume: 8-Bit Video Game Princess

DIY 8-Bit Video Game Princess Boxtume

This post was written by me and sponsored by Amazon through my participation in the Mom It Forward Network. See my Disclosure Policy for more details. Video games have been a part of my life since I was a kid in the 1980s. I’ve mentioned before how Mom would make sure we did our homework […]

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Make Your Own Marvel Decals with a Cricut

Finished Team Cap decals on a Cricut

I was so excited when I saw that there were Marvel images available in Cricut Design Space as part of my Cricut Access account. I knew I HAD to use them somehow. Down the line, I will be making projects using the Guardians of the Galaxy Kawaii cartridge (so adorable!) but for my first project, […]

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Costumes and Cosplay Accessories You Can Make With a Cricut

Cutting out things by hand for cosplay accessories can be a pain, especially if it’s rather intricate. I remember how long it took to cut out the armor for my Zelda cosplay (I’ll be remaking it this summer with a Cricut tutorial…keep an eye out) and it was indeed tedious. It also wasn’t as precise […]

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Awesome Geeky Home Decor Projects You Can Make With a Cricut

Geeky Home Decor Ideas You can Make With a Cricut

If you have ever looked into the Cricut machine, you might think of it as just a vinyl machine for car decals or wall sayings. However, there are all sorts of different DIY projects that you could do using a variety of materials. You can definitely have fun making lots of geeky home decor projects! […]

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Make These Star Wars Wedding Glasses to Toast Your Geeky Love Story

Use these Star Wars wedding glasses for your nerdy nuptials

Do you dream of nuptials in a galaxy far, far away? Vow to keep each other warm inside Tauntauns on Hoth if needed? Make your special day even geekier with these Star Wars wedding glasses. Materials Needed: This site uses affiliate links. See my Disclosure policy Cricut cutting machine (I have the Cricut Explore Air […]

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