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We just love making jewelry and accessories with our die cutting machine. It makes it so easy to create things to coordinate with all of our outfits and ones that are customized to our own personalities. This DIY Leather Bracelet with Your Cricut is a simple craft project that you’re going to love. Make one for yourself and a second one for a friend!

I love all of the amazing fonts available to our yearly members. Fonts open up a whole new world of crafting possibilities! You can personalize every project with all of the wonderful fonts we have available, and more are added often! Check out this awesome project we made using our stylish, curated fonts.



How to Make This Project

Download the font that you want to use. We’re using Arrow Words today. With Arrow Words, you will see in Design Space that you will need a capital letter at the beginning and end of it. Each capital letter is a different type of arrow so play around with that until you get the look you want.

Now you’re going to want to ungroup your word so that you can play around with the letters a bit and get them arranged perfectly. When you ungroup your word, each of the letters will be its own separate layer. This means you can move them independently and place them where you want. Once you have your word arranged, you need to select the whole word and click “weld”.

Now, measure your bracelet and size your text in Cricut Design Space. Load your mat, remembering to place your iron-on face down. Set your material, mirror your image, and let the Cricut cut. This is a great project to use your Iron-On scraps!

Preheat your EasyPress to 280 degrees and while it’s heating up, weed your cut image.

Lay the bracelet onto your EasyPress mat, apply the weeded image where you’d like it to go, and heat it for 30 seconds.

Remove the transfer paper to reveal your beautiful new bracelet!