Have you been following along with this fun Cricut Iron-On blog tour? I’m sharing a roundup of all the projects from the blog tour I hosted! I was blown away by all of the amazing projects and I can’t wait to share them with you! Make sure to stop by these wonderful sewing blogs and send them some love! If you see something you LOVE, don’t forget to pin it!
Here’s my Cricut Iron-On project featuring a handmade pillow with a free “Stitch Happens” cut file.
Isn’t this dress so adorable?! I love Bonnie’s unexpected use of Iron-On to add some fun detail to a dress! I definitely want to copy this look.
I just adore this Iron-On luggage tag tutorial! Wouldn’t this make traveling and spotting your bags SO much easier?!?
I just adore what Megan did with her Iron-On! My daughter would love it if I decorated her shoes!
I’m seriously dying over this backpack!!! What little girl doesn’t want a glitter unicorn backpack???
This is such a fun idea! I love hand-making underwear because they are SO much more comfortable for little ones and this idea makes them so much cuter than store-bought underwear!
I want to hit the beach with this adorable tote bag and drink cup! Aren’t those flamingos just the cutest???
I’ve been swooning over this lemon fabric for months and I just fell even more in love with it after seeing this adorable bag!!
Everything Katie makes is fabulous, but she really blew me out of the water with these dresses!! Her Iron-on looks just like a gorgeous embroidery design. I’m definitely going to be trying this out!
Riva, is the the queen of fashion (and also amazing lipstick)! So I’m not the least bit surprised that this Dolce & Gabanna inspired top turned out totally fabulous!
Isn’t this skirt just adorable? I love how Alexis layered her Iron-On to create this tween friendly skirt.
This has to be the most practical of all the posts and probably the one I need the very most! Size tags for hand made clothing is something I will be making ASAP!
I hope you enjoyed all of these wonderful tutorials!
What are you going to make with your Cricut Machine?
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