This post is sponsored by Cricut, as always, all opinions and writing are my own! I recently decided that I needed a bread box. It’s so funny because it’s something I NEVER thought about until one day, I realized that with me, my husband and my daughter all being picky having different dietary needs, the loaves of bread on the counter were piling up and it was kind of making me crazy! I found a really cute retro one on Amazon that I loved & my MIL got it for me for Christmas. After a few days I decided I needed to jazz it up. It may have something to do with how much fun I’ve been having with my Cricut lately! (My laundry bags were so fun to embellish.)
Here is what you need to ‘make’ your own retro ‘CARBS’ bread box:
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If you don’t have a cricut, grab a friend who does and make it a girls night! This is the type of thing you could totally do as a group! Instructions: Click here to open the CARBS file in a new window, then save to your desktop! Upload the file into Cricut design space. This is what it will look like once it’s uploaded: You can size it however you’d like. I re-sized mine to be about six inches across. After it’s all cut, weed out your design and use transfer tape to put the design on your bread box! See? So easy! Head over to the Cricut blog to check out my tips for using transfer tape!
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