We are so excited that football season is back in full swing! If you know me, then you know what I’ll be doing every Sunday this Fall… cheering on my favorite team and players! We had so much fun creating these fabulous Football Projects, easily made using your Cricut Explore! If you don’t have a Cricut Explore yet, you may want one after you see what you can make! From iron-on designs to felt pennants and wood wall art, the possibilities are endless with the Explore! Learn more here
We all need something cute to wear to watch the games, so we created this darling “touchdown” iron-on that you can put on a sweatshirt or tee and wear all season long! Whether you are sitting on the sidelines of your son’s football game or watching the big game on TV, you’ll be comfortable and look darling!
You’ll need: Cricut Black Iron-on
Be the most popular person at the game when you bring delicious cupcakes topped with adorable pennant flag toppers! Mix team colors to support both sides or just print your favorite team’s colors to cheer them on!
Classic felt sport pennants are so fun for rooting on your favorite team! Who knew that you could easily make them yourself using Cricut Explore? Yes, it cuts felt! With a few basic supplies, you can make these “Touchdown”and “Go Team” pennants in your favorite team’s colors!
Hosting a football party? Decorate your space with a fun banner! These “go team” banners are available in four different popular team color combinations and are so simple to make! Use your Cricut Explore to print then cut, and then string with twine! So easy and cute!
Create awesome football wall art that will last for many seasons to come! With your Cricut Explore and a few basic craft supplies, this “game day” helmet design can be easily customized with your team’s colors!
This “touchdown” art is the perfect for displaying on game day! Place it by your front door or in the house when friends come over for the big game!
Wouldn’t these ideas be great for your next game day party?
Design/Styling | The TomKat Studio
Photography | Rennai Hoefer, Ten22 Studio