A vintage drop-leaf table was too short to serve as a fabric cutting station. Pair it with an old dresser, lengthen the legs, add a few coats of paint, and we have a great cutting table with storage.
Amg I have the perfect shirt to cut this kinda design into!! I'd hate to copy it so closely, but it's still a really cool concept. [20 t shirt cutting ideas - Glam Bistro]
kiss pies... take a pre-made pie crust, cut a little circle (I'd use a glass?!), fold a hershey's kiss inside, and bake! ...I have got to
painted shabby chic letter cut out of plywood.. i'd like to have and A ,L and D for the living room maybe...
Beginner tutorial on using Sizzix fabric cutting dies, and fusible applique, to create a beautiful table runner
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Narrow hallway decor solution! Cut a table in half and bolt to the wall!! Use mirrors to give it a larger space feel!
I am a fairly "new" owner of a cricut. I've had mine for less than a year and have already done so much with it! From cutting paper to vinyl, and now fabric! I'll walk you through some steps on how to cut fabric with your cricut using an iron-on
I'd love to make a table cloth and skirt for my kitchen table like this.
vinyl storage I have to do this for craft room. Wud just use a large frame and not deal with all the cutting etc
This is a deck but I'd like to have a channel in the patio table. architecturemas via conceptLANDSCAPE
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I'd have a solid paper and change the names to initials, perhaps. nice design, though.
Hoedown Shirt - T-shirt Cutting - If I have to leave the shirt intact, i still love the sleeves and how the neckline is cut into a v-neck!
✭I'd love to have a tiny house and then have a lil play house for my granddaughter
I have and will always have a thing for mermaids. I'd love to paint this a neon color.
Oh, you're gonna be a bitch to me? Cutting off an extra inch....or three.
Beautiful! I'd remove the rug and add soft gres and cream knitted cushions to the sofa. I'd love a beautiful wooden vintage table/trunk as a coffee table.
Wine Cork Bulletin Board by alpinewinedesign on Etsy ~ I reckon I could make one of these myself one day; start collecting wine corks (and ask friends to donate used ones too), then when I have enough I'd cut them in half lengthways and glue them to a circular board (that I'd have just magically acquired from somewhere!), then for the middle bit I'd 'slice' a few corks and stick them on. Easy! (famous last words, lol)