Cricut Explore Giveaway + Party Collection…

cricut explore party

We recently created this red, white and blue party using the Cricut Explore and so many of the projects would be perfect for the 4th of July! This “star” party could be used for celebrating your sports star, rock star or classroom super star! Just change up the colors of cardstock you cut to create your own take on a “star” party!

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Start by creating a simple invitation on white cardstock. Embellish using twine and these stars which are formatted to the perfect sizes for a 5″ x 7″ invitation. Make it Now

Need us to design the invite for you? Email us 

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Every party setup needs a hanging decorative element. These star garlands are so easy to make using the Explore! Cut dozens of stars in minutes! No need to punch the small holes for the twine, they will be cut with the machine too! Make it now

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Adorable navy stripe party cups tie into the party theme when you simply add stars! Add red striped straws to up the cuteness factor! Make it now

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Whether you are hosting 4th of July or a birthday party, cupcakes are always popular for parties! Cut cupcake wrappers and star toppers with the click of one button. Make it now

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Serve up treats in these mini open boxes perfect for popcorn, chips and other snacks! Make it now

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This “happy birthday” cake topper will dress up a basic cake! Don’t forget, you can use this cut design with any paper! (How cute would this cake topper be in glitter gold?) Make it now

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These simple square boxes are perfect for party favors! Fill them with small toys, candy or treats to send home with your guests! Make it now

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Here are a few fresh ideas for embellishing gift boxes and bags! Simply add cut out stars, ribbon or twine! Make it now

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After the party, use this cute star notecard template with rounded corners to send thank yous to your guests! Make it now

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cricut explore giveaway

What do you think? It’s so easy to create party cuteness using the Cricut Explore!

Now…

Who would like to WIN a Cricut Explore™ of their own?

Use the widget below for easy entry! 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

:: sources ::

party styling/design :: kim stoegbauer, the tomkat studio
cricut machine + party supplies :: the tomkat studio shop
photography :: rennai hoefer, ten22 studio

THIS IS A SPONSORED POST. THE TOMKAT STUDIO HAS RECEIVED PAYMENT, TRADE AND/OR PRODUCTS FROM CRICUT IN EXCHANGE FOR PROMOTING, HOWEVER ALL OPINIONS STATED ARE OUR OWN. WE ONLY PROMOTE BRANDS WE LOVE! THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH OR SPONSORED BY FACEBOOK. OPEN TO US RESIDENTS ONLY. WINNER WILL BE CHOSEN AND POSTED ON THIS ORIGINAL POST WITHIN ONE WEEK OF CONTEST END.

Comments

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    Dianna D. says

    So many great projects! Some of my favorites are the butterfly mobile, the hot air balloon mobile, the luminaries, and the donut box. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Diane Meza Velarde says

    My husband is Active Duty in the Navy, and has been deployed to Bahrain for over 7months so the first thing I would LOVE to make would be welcome home banners for him, we are hoping to have him home next month

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    Dana says

    I would love to win this, I use the cricut machine to make my nieces & nephews scrapbooks for their 5th birthdays, this would be a huge improvement on the cute little scrapbooks!

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    says

    I love the blog! Especially with the color combinations. It’s good for the eyes and attracts kids as well. I like how you organize all the things needed. What I love most is the invitation card.. it’s amazing!! Is it hard to makes those cards? I would love to make one for my niece upcoming birthday.

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