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DIY Cricut Easter Photo Display

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Depending on where you live, you might find it hard to believe that spring and Easter are right around the corner! There is no better way to celebrate than to show you all how to make a super simple Cricut spring craft. I love making spring and Easter crafts, especially home decor that I can display and use again and again year after year.

We made a really easy and adorable DIY Cricut Easter Photo Display. It will take you less than 30 minutes to finish and looks so cute! For this craft project, we’re using a file from the Makers Gonna Learn membership. We have nearly 2000 cut files and over 300 fonts available for you to use in all of your die cutting crafts.

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DIY Easter Photo Holder

DIY Cricut Easter Photo Display

  1. Take your black paint and apply a thin coat all over the wooden block and allow to dry.
  2. Now take your white paint and apply two coats to the wooden block. Then allow to dry completely.
  3. With your sanding block carefully sand away some areas of the white paint to reveal the black base coat to make it look distressed!
  4. With your Cricut cut out your designs and since this is a multi-layered project. Be sure to weed them separately and carefully.
  5. Once your designs are weeded and both have transfer paper slowly transfer them from the paper onto your wood block. You may need to use a Cricut tool to help you press and adhere the designs onto the wood.
  6. Be sure to apply your designs separately. Once you’re done simply add a photo and display in your home.
DIY Easter Photo Holder

Isn’t this the cutest Easter craft? I love the freedom you have to choose your own colors of vinyl, paint colors, and the photo you want to display. This would make a great gift for a friend or family member to give and display a photo of you together this spring.

Looking for more Cricut Easter projects? Check these out!