DIY All That Glitters Is Gold

Heidi Moore • DIY fashion girlboss


We all know that I have a slight obsession with all things heart. Add a little glitter (make it rain) and I’ll be getting down on the dance floor with my boy Ursher.

Back to the point. With some of my favorite Cricut Explore™ gadgets and a little DIY magic, you can infuse idieh into your everyday happenings. Did I mention that there’s glitter?

DIY All That Glitters Is Gold

Add some spunk to your fingertips with these Inspirational Keyboard Decals. Quickly dress up your plain and boring keyboard with these fun & funky stickers. These happy hearts are sure to be a daily pick-me-up while you’re hard at work, school or home. MAKE IT NOW

DIY All That Glitters Is Gold

Winter is rounding the corner which means a season of sweaters, yippee! Don’t you just need these Heart Elbow Patches in your closet? Add them to your fav sweater or cardigan and voila, you’re the newest trendsetter. MAKE IT NOW

DIY All That Glitters Is Gold

Does your sweetie always try to steal the sheets and your pillow? Enough’s, enough, am I right?! Make this All Mine Pillow Duo to stake your claim, and add a little humor to your bedroom. MAKE IT NOW

DIY All That Glitters Is Gold

That blank office wall getting you down? Turn your walls from drab to fab with the Hidden Hearts Wall Art. These wall decals bring classic glam to life. Once you go polka dot, you’ll never go back. MAKE IT NOW

Get your gold on with these DIY glitter projects:

It’s so easy to create with CRICUT EXPLORE

For more projects visit my Cricut Design Team project page.


This post was created in partnership with Cricut. All content and opinions are that of my own! We only promote brands we heart.

2 Comments on “DIY All That Glitters Is Gold”

  1. HI,
    I love your keyboard decals! I wanted to find out if there is anyway to cut them with a Silhouette Cameo which is the machine I have.

    1. Hi Angela! Sorry, I’m not sure as I’m not familiar with the Silhouette Cameo. I know you can always purchase the project via Cricut, print and hand-cut them out. Hope that helps!

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