bringing home the beach (part two)

When we were 25, we put everything we owned in storage, packed one bag each, and headed Down Under for a year. Of course, we came back with a whole lot more - our son Parker. When we first moved back, we filled his room with photos of where his life started. But as we have moved from place to place over the last few years, those pictures have been scattered around, packed away, and tucked in corners. This three part mini-series is a glimpse at how I am attempting to bring the beach back home in Parker's room.

Coogee Beach was near our apartment in Sydney. We made trips there often, even once when Parker was just a few weeks old. This beach bag or toy bin, will be a fun reminder of our days at the beach.

After uploading the text and image to the Cricut Design Space, I loaded some permanent vinyl onto the cutting mat, set the dial to vinyl, and pressed GO on my Cricut Explore. Once the image was cut, I used transfer tape to move it onto the bag.

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I made this project as an entry into the Cricut Design Star challenge. Cricut has asked a number of bloggers to enter projects with specific themes as a fun way to test out the Cricut Explore. I am also now an official affiliate blogger for Cricut, so any purchases made through a link from this site, will result in a percentage going into my pocket. Always, thank you for your support.

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