Bear Face Mask Tutorial | Cricut

Halloween is a time of creative freedom but this year is a little well very different. Same may say it is making this time grim,  however, I challenge you to try to see a different perspective. For instance, wearing a face mask can add to your costume rather than hinder it. In past years you’d paint your face, this year all you need to do is decorate a mask saving time and well the itchiness from paint on your face. On another note for obvious reasons most workplaces prohibit employees from coming to work with a painted face or full covered mask. A face mask opens up the possibilities for me this year which is why I decided to create this d.i.y. specifically. Not going to work?  Well wear it out for errands or around the house to spark a little joy to those around you and yourself. Below is the full tutorial for part one of the bear costume tutorial, the mask along with written instructions.

Bear Face Mask Tutorial Video

Materials: 

  1. Black Face Mask
  2. Black Glitter Iron on
  3. White Glitter Iron on
  4. Cricut Machine
  5. Mini Easy Press

Instructions:

  1. Press all the pleats straight on the face mask. It will not lay flat if you have a fitted mask similar to the one I used. 
  2. Draw out the bears nose and smile on paper, scan it onto your computer and upload it into design space.
  3. In design space create an oval to go under the nose and smile layer.
  4. Measure your face mask to make sure the proportions will fit on your mask.
  5. Place your glitter iron on down (shiny side down) and cut out both pieces.
  6. Press the white glitter iron oval onto the mask. (Peel cold)
  7. Press the nose and smile on top of the white oval. (Peel cold)
  8. Enjoy (:

On Wednesday we will be creating bear ear hair clips to complete the look so mark your calendars.

Are you dressing up this year?

Let me know down below (:

XOXO Faith

Cricut Baby Onesie Design Ideas

Purchasing a Cricut has opened my crafty possibilities to things that were not necessarily possible before so… when it was announced that two of my friends were expecting this summer it was time to step out of my comfort zone and try iron on for the first time. This post is not to say that I am somehow an expert now, however, I do want to share some tips. Surprisingly it was pretty easy to use the Cricut iron on vinyl, that being said I do recommend that you print out the heat guide to reference easily. Some of the designs I tried used different types/colors of vinyl which can be tricky. In order to prevent uneven heat issues press all of them at the same time. Often this can be overlooked but whenever you are giving someone a handcrafted gift do not forget to provide the care instructions to increase the longevity of the item.

Free Cricut Wall Art | Tutorial

Since many of us have a lot more time on our hands than normal what better way to spend it then having a crafty afternoon or two. Due to the pandemic Cricut has unleashed over 10,000 free cut files in Design Space for people to get inspired by, so… use them before you lose them. In the tutorial below you will learn how to make both the Pufferfish with Balloons and the Bee Kind wall artwork from Design Space to behind the glass. Figure out the key steps to transform any cut file into a piece of art.

St. Patricks Day | DIY Stickers

 

It is a blister day in the neck of these woods, which is fun crafty weather. This specific design is perfect for celebrating St. Patricks Day for kids, adults, and even for the planner addicts, the possibilities are endless. With this tutorial you will learn the skills on how to make a custom sticker for any occasion too. This is a easy beginner project to make with your Cricut so head over to Design Space and follow along with me.