My Little Pony Cricut Craft Project

I finally did it! What Deb, what did you do? Well *smiles big* today I created my first Cricut project. Yeah Me! Oh bet you’re wondering what I made? Well I made a super cute My Little Pony Cricut Craft Project for Elizabeth my grand-daughter. Why finally? Well . . . I actually got my new Cricut Explore Air 2 for Christmas. Shamefully I admit that it’s been sitting pretty on it’s table in my new Cricut crafting area.

Cricut Crafting Area- Debbie's Musings

I know. . . how could I? Well I was afraid I’d break it, not learn how to use it, and then it would have been a waste of the Hub’s hard earned money. Have no fear my lovely dear readers, I am no longer afraid of my mint green beauty! So get ready for some Cricut crafting fun I have tons of ideas to share!

If you’re afraid of your Cricut or feel intimidated, don’t be. It’s super easy to use. I’ll be posting some beginner tips in the next few days, so come back and check them out. Now shall we get on with my first project?

My Little Pony Cricut Craft Project

Elizabeth loves My Little Pony so I decided to create her a Pinkie Pie Pony. I originally wanted to create cut it all out and let her put it together. But after cutting the file I realized it wasn’t something she’d be able to do without getting frustrated. I made this project with my Cricut Explore Air 2 and Cricut Design Space.

Items Needed:
Cricut Explore Air 2 Machine and Cricut Design Space
Cutting Mat
Tools – Cricut Spatula
Cardstock – Pink, Dark Pink, Black and White
Glue

My Little Pony Cricut Craft Project

Instructions:
Open Cricut Design Space
Upload the My Little Pony SVG File
Load your mats with the cardstock and hit go

Once all your pieces are cut, use the glue to piece all the pieces together.

My Little Pony Cricut Craft Project-Debbie's Musings

This My Little Pony Cricut Craft Project was easy to do, and Elizabeth loved it. I have been working on some Valentine’s Day craft projects I will be sharing early next week. If you aren’t already following me I invite you to do so now. I’ll be adding loads more Cricut tips, projects, and lessons I personally learnt while getting to know my Cricut.

 

 

 

 

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