Friday, May 5, 2017

"Treat Yo" Mother with Cricut!

I had so much fun with the Bestie Basket that I decided I wanted to do something similar for Mother's Day!


In true Tom Haverford and Donna Meagle fashion, I decided to create some Mother's Day "Treat Yo Self" goodness.  

I started like I do most projects, by heading to my local Target and finding all sorts of goodies I thought my mom might like. Because I am a little bit particular (ok, a LOT particular) I tried to stick to a peach color scheme and here is what I came up with...
Pacifica Cactus Water Makeup Removing Wipes // 2 SheaMoisture Coconut & Hibiscus Hand and Body Scrub // 3 ME! Bath® Love Me! Mini Ice Cream Bath Soak // 4 Bath Sponge // 5 Charles & Charles Rose // 6 Kristin Ess Strand Strengthening Reconstructive Moisture Mask // 7 Que Bella® Face Mask // 8 Thimblepress Mom Fuel Coffee Mug

I stopped at my local Hobby Lobby to get a basket and I found the CUTEST gold basket AND it was on sale! I can't find it on their website but you can find a similar one here.

Now, you could stop here and I'm sure your mom would be perfectly content, but WHY when you can customize it using your Cricut Explore Air 2?!
Using Cricut's Design Space, I was able to create these adorable "Treat Yo Self" inspired labels for all of my goodies (in my go-to peach and mint color scheme of course)!
Using sticker paper I printed all of the labels (except the one I wanted to use on the basket itself, that one I just used regular cardstock). Then I applied them! Everything turned out so cute!

It turned out so cute and I can't wait to give it to my momma!

 To print my custom stickers yourself, go here

Or, if you'd like, they have another adorable version on Design space here

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