DIY Personalized Packing Cubes with Martha Stewart and Cricut
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Can I tell you about the magic of packing cubes? Well, sit right down, grab a drink, and let’s talk. They are the best thing I’ve discovered for trips of any kind. Available in a wide variety of sizes and shapes, pack your undies in one and your t-shirts in another. Shoes are protected from your clothes. Dirty clothes can come home in their own cube. Your stuff is separated from your partner’s stuff. You can open your suitcase in the airport without your unmentionables flying everywhere.
Like any good organization item, personalization makes them even better. You’ll instantly know who’s cubes are who’s when unpacking at your honeymoon destination. Using the Cricut Explore Air 2 Martha Stewart Edition and the Martha Stewart Materials bundle from Michael’s, I personalized these packing cubes to use on our next trip.
Materials you’ll need:
Set of packing cubes (similar)
I’m using a technique here to layer the iron-on material onto the packing cube. Each color of iron-on is pressed on individually, on top of each other, right onto the packing cube. I chose a font available in Cricut’s Design Space that already made a square and a letter as I typed.
Think of all of the personalization you could do on these cubes! Take it a step further by labeling what goes into each one. Or label them by color. Get crazy and throw in your monogram.