Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Guest Designer for an inspirational project- Crafting Misfit Bloghop

A New Season A New Skill. Crafting Misfit  is having a BLOGHOP

I was asked to do a inspirational project . It so had to involve my cricut, I have never used my cricut before for material, so that's just what I did.

 If you have come from  Meaghan  then you are in the right place. If you have not click here to go to Crafting Misfit's site and start at the beginning. She also has some blog candy there so make sure to visit! You can also link up your own project there.


The twist to this blog hop is that all projects have to have us try something new! Either a new project, a new technique, or a new material/supply. Thank you in advance for all of your comments! After visiting my blog please visit Karen
Now here is a small tutorial on how I did it, and I would like to say that if I can do this... anyone can.

I ironed on the Fusible webbing to the material (cute material hey) a little out of focus as I was taking a photo an holding the iron, it's harder then it sounds
 and cut a section out about 5 "x 5 " so I new I had enough, material for my love heart cut out. There was a couple of bugger ups, so just make sure that you have the material the right way lol 

Make sure the material is face down, your blade will shred the material if the other way. Now the blue tape is painters tape, great stuff for this.


I had this on multi cut, but it just didn't need it, once was plenty....Shape blade and sticky mat is enough for a great cut.
Now I forgot to take a photo of when it came out of the cricut but you get the idea. Peel the backing off the fusible webbing, and lay on your little suit or shirt, whatever you desire and then iron again. I will sew around the edge of the love heart just to stop the fray you can hand sew or machine it.

I hope you enjoyed this small tutorial. I have love doing this, first time for everything, and I had a lot of fun....Now all I have to do is find a baby to give this to, it's 0000 so a wee little baby. Any questions about what I did, please leave a message.

be sure to go to Crafting Misfit's blog and make your way to the other AMAZING ladies listed below and please leave a comment for their beautiful work for "A New Season A New Skill "

Melissa at


Sue-Ann at


Lolis at


Tammy at


Meaghan at







24 comments:

Meaghan said...

What a great idea! Personalized and homemade gifts are the best! I had so much fun being a part of this hop with such crafty ladies! I'm a new follower!

Meg @ craftingwithmeg.blogspot.com

Sue-Ann said...

Great Job! What a cute outfit for a little one! Pleasure to be a part of this hop with you!!

Your newest follower,
Sue-Ann

sueannscrafts.blogspot.com

Lolis said...

So cuuute!! What a great gift for a baby!

jengd said...

SO cute!! Just dropping in from the Getting Cricky hop.

Cuttin' and Stampin' Cards said...

What a great project. So great to have the detailed how-to. Glad your part of the hop. I'm a new follower.

shersl84bed said...

Love it. I haven't given fabric a try on my cricut yet, but you made it look easy.


Smiles Sher
ShersL84bed@aol.com

Melissa said...

adorable!

Tracy said...

This is just so sweet.. It is a great idea to personalize a gift for that new little bundle of joy for someone...
love it..
Tracy
The Pickled Owl.

Janet said...

Great job on the onesie I need to try cutting fabric on my cricut. Thanks for the tip about the fraying.
http://ladyluvbug.blogspot.com/

Trish and Treasure said...

Hi, I'm just popping in to meet you. I'm a new follower and I'm here on the Love Link Up Party from K Andrews.Have a great day and I love the baby suit. Hope to see you over at mine!
Hugs from Gold Coast, Australia
Trish Munro
http://trishandtreasure.blogspot.com/

Deanne Gutierrez said...

What a sweet project! Hi there! I am a new follower of your blog through the Love Link Up Party. Gonna go "lurk" now. Please stop by my blog and become a follower:
http://deannescraftingadventures.blogspot.com/

Deanne :)

Trish and Treasure said...

Hi Amanda, Call me when you get to the Gold Coast or before. My phone details are on my work web page www.casbahimports.com.au

Shelly said...

TOO CUTE!!! So glad to have discovered you from the Love Link up party. New follower, would love for you to pop over to my blog and have a look and maybe follow.
Shelly

Amber said...

LOVE that material! This is the cutest project! It is so much fun to make these for baby gifts! Actually, I would like one in my size for myself...hehe!

Sherrie K. said...

Adorable!! I came over from the Link Up Party. I am a new follower of yours, would love if you stop by my blog and follow too:)
Sherrie K
http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

Amyzcrazylife said...

Love this project. i am a new follower from the link up party.
please visit my blog if you haven't already.
www.frugalcricutscrapper.blogspot.com

before-after said...

Thanks for visiting my site :)I just love the use of the cutting machine on fabric rather than paper - very neat. The finished product is adorable :)

{PaperCrafterAnonymous} said...

too cute.. I want to do this for my niece who is due next month..

Tammy said...

I'm getting ready to make these...already have all the stuff and my images on my gypsy ready to print...Just haven't taken the plunge yet. Yours turned out fabulous...too cute!
smiles..Tammy
enjoying the hop...

1CardCreator said...

You made it look so easy! This is such a sweet gift that you have personalised beautifully.

Gloria Westerman said...

This is so awesome....wish I had this when I was quilting.....would have made it alot easier on appliqueing.... thank you for sharing...

Suzanne said...

This is a great idea, I wouldn't have thought the cricut would cut through it. I have one, but dont use it very often, will have to start experimenting. Thanks for the inspiration.
Hugs Sue x

Nicola said...

Wow, this is great! What a beautiful, customized baby's body suit. So inspirational, thanks for sharing
Love Nicola xxx

my crafting creations said...

I absolutely love it. so creative.

Kim
http://mycraftingcreations.com