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I’；ve got another Cricut Maker &； EasyPress DIY project for you! Don’；t worry， it’；s still simple， but adorable! Look at these Heat N Bond Holiday Gift Bags I made! This no-sew？project is perfect for people like me! You know…； people who don’；t sew， but people who still want to use fabric with their new Cricut Maker.rustic pillow covers
I actually bought the supplies last year to create some holiday appliques and never got around to it. I had never used heat n’； bond beforemothers day gifts from son， but after reading the instructions in the store， it didn’；t seem so hard.
If you watched my Instagram Stories， then you’；ll know that I had a little bit of a craft fail…； but I admit it’；s because I didn’；t read the directions as carefully as I should have. Who has time for that， right？ I also shared how easily the Cricut Maker cut fabric. I saved a couple of the videos from my story. Watch them below.
Luckily it was a very easy learning curve and I was back in business. These heat n bond holiday gift bags are very similar to the iron-on cotton gift bags I created last year. I love these little muslin cotton bags and love using them， especially during the holidays for easy gift wrapping ideas. They’；re kind of like the Chinese Takeout Boxes I use all the time. So handy.
How easy was that？ And such an adorable way to wrap up something special for the holidays.
With the iron-on gift bags， I did last year， I made mulling spice packets for the inside. I had a printable tag with directions. It was a great gift for neighbors， friends or even the UPS person.？
I’；m not sure what I’；ll put inside these yet. Maybe some Christmas cookies， or just some colorful wrapped Christmas candies. I can add one of my favorite printable Christmas Gift Tags with the little red car and I’；m pretty sure it will be the cutest gift wrapping ever!？
Mulling Spice Homemade Gift Idea
？Iron-on Recipe Dish Towel？
Easy Holiday Gift Wrapping？
DIY Holiday Gift Tags
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