This design did not convert well to my Cricut Design Space. I attempted several ways to fix it but in the end didn’t use it. I went to clip art, found a picture of Lincoln and just typed the words and stars in myself.
I played with the colors by combining a pink center to a yellow flower, etc. I also used a pair of scallop scissors on three of the spirals to get two different looks. When you’re holding your scissors, you will be able to see how the scallop blade will cut. Holding them one way will give you a positive scallop edge and then flipping them over will give you a negative edge.
As for crafts, Hobby Lobby continues its half-off deals to make it more affordable than ever to buy everything you need – and want. Try to describe Hobby Lobby in one word and you’ll find it’s impossible. The retailer offers such a wide variety of products that just about everyone can find something they’ll love. It’s also a great place to pick up party planning supplies and everything you need to put on a beautiful wedding. Hobby Lobby sells different types of arts and crafts supplies on its website and physical locations, including Cricut products.
It seems to be a much better quality than the Dollar Tree glitter glues I was using LOL. I got a set of 3 Stickles for $4.99 which I think is a pretty good deal. I also bought some single sheet patterned paper for a special birthday card I am making my sister. It’s shock doctor neck guard called ‘Spring in Bloom’ from their Bloom & Grow line. I bought 5 sheets so that I would have enough in case I mess up a cut, etc. for the card. This embossing folder is such a cute image, and just by changing the paper or ribbon, it gives it a different feel.
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Hobby Lobby will be offering Cricut classes in their physical stores. The online classes has been paused for the time being, however the new online store finder works to help you find a store that offers classes in your area. Hobby Lobby will sell you different types of arts and crafts supplies on its website and physical locations, including Cricut products. Walmart has gotten really good about keeping tools in stock. You won’t find any specialty sets there, but the basic weeding tools, cutting tools, and blade replacements are usually there. This is a great place to go if you find yourself in need of a new tool when you’re knee deep in a project.