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DIY Geeky Towels

DIY Geeky Towels

Towels are an easy way to add a geeky accent to any room. I bought some embroidered ones off Etsy for my science bathroom, but time has taken its toll and they are now dingy. I whipped up these easy DIY geeky towels to freshen it up. Check back soon for alternate versions! Note: This […]

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How to Use Cricut’s New Easy Iron-on Designs

Whatever Sprinkles Your Donuts Cricut iron-on design on T-shirt

Have you seen the new Cricut Iron-on Designs? Lots of fun options and they are ready to iron-on straight from the package. Now, you may be thinking something along the lines of “If you have a Cricut, why would you want a design that’s already done? After all, with this type of machine, you can […]

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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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WIP: Cutting Craft Foam Armor with a Cricut

Finished craft foam detail pieces

When we were dating, Eric and I decided to go to a Halloween party as Link and Zelda. We decided to delve into the world of cosplay and make our own costumes. ┬áIt turned out decently, at least: This site uses affiliate links, which means I may make a commission at no cost to you […]

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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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