January 31st, 2015
Welcome to my blog, The Project Girl! I recently decorated my son’s room in a lumberjack theme, and this is one of my many projects that I created using my Cricut Explore. This room design is part of a competition, and if you love my room, I am hoping that you will take a second to go and vote for me on the Cricut Facebook Page (you don’t need a Facebook account). Thanks so much for your help, every vote is greatly appreciated!
One of my favorite projects from the Lumberjack Room I designed, was this geometric banner. It’s just a great 3-dimensional piece.
Ad tech Glue Runner
To create this banner, I started by cutting AND SCORING the diamond shapes with my cricut explore.
Then I folded all my scored tabs and lines using a bone folder to get nice crisp lines. A bone folder is one of my favorite craft tools.
I did this for all the diamond boxes I wanted to create, and then I used my Ad tech glue runner to glue the boxes together. I also ran the string through the boxes while glueing them so that I wouldn’t have to attempt to string them together afterwards. This way the string goes through the middle of the boxes as well.
And here’s the final product, a lovely geometric banner!
January 30th, 2015
I am beyond excited about this partnership! Little Sun Hat is using a selection of my fabrics to create an exclusive limited edition valentine collection! Their bonnets and caps are beyond cute, mix in some reds, pinks, and white, and I am practically giddy at how cute they turned out.
Now I just need a baby girl! But since that isn’t going to happen for who knows how long, I’ll have to settle for hoarding these adorable little sun hats!
To purchase one of these hats visit The Little Sun Hat shop. I recommend signing up for their email list to get a 10% off coupon.
We are also hosting a giveaway starting today 1/30-2/2 on each of our instagram accounts. To enter, follow Little Sun Hat & The Project Girl and then leave a comment on the image that you see below. In your comment you’ll need to tag two friends. We will EACH pick a winner from our comments on the morning on 2/3. So that means that you have 2 chances of winning if you comment on both of our accounts!
I know that some of you aren’t on instagram, so I am going to have a little giveaway for commenters here as well. Just leave a comment below telling me which of the valentine bonnet or caps is your favorite, and I’ll choose one random winner on tuesday (2/3) to win that hat.
January 28th, 2015
Welcome to my blog, The Project Girl! This room design is part of a competition! If you love my son’s lumberjack room, I am hoping that you will take a second to go and vote for me on the Cricut Facebook Page (you don’t need a Facebook account). Thanks so much for your help, every vote is greatly appreciated!
The big day is here!!! 6 Weeks ago I was given my Cricut Design Star Challenge FINAL round assignment. The 5 finalists were to re-decorate a room with the help of the cricut explore, $1000 budget, and $500 in Cricut supplies. Off to the races through Christmas, and New Years, and CHA, and ALT! It’s been a really busy 6 weeks for me, but all the late-nights have paid off and I’m soooo excited to reveal my room makeover to you! I have 2 boys and I was just loving this plaid/lumberjack craze so much, that I created a lumberjack themed kids room! With bunk beds!
PIN this room to save it for later!
Cricut also asked me to create a video to go with the room reveal. Check it out here (disable pop-up blocker to see):
(this is totally my first video and I edited it and everything. scary!):
Lets back up to the before… wah wah. Cute bedding! but pretty much an empty room. The byproduct of moving 6 months ago.
It’s still airy and bright, but so much more pazazz and I love how all the white and black make all the plaid and buffalo check just pop. I also want to take this moment to point out that I designed the duvet covers and used black iron-on to create the patterns on them. They totally MAKE the room, but so many people I’ve show them to think that I bought them!
The desk area is so great. I actually had purchased the desk a few weeks prior to this assignment, and was so incredibly happy that I picked the right color! The brackets I had ordered 6 months ago from West Elm clearance. This room was totally meant to be!
One of the biggest reasons I wanted to do a bunk bed was for the loft space beneath. The perfect place for a little cozy reading of all our favorite baby lit books. My boys love it so much already.
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