I’m a huge fan of a wall hanging. They are a casual, relaxed way to bring color and pattern to a space. They are also usually a more frugal options over framed art.
Well, I’m still having fun with my Cricut Gold Explore Machine. When I was asked to create some exclusive designs for Cricut’s Gold Explore Machine for JoAnn Fabric Store (check it out here, under Die Cut Machines, Supplies and More at Joann.com), I knew I wanted them to feel clean, modern and have midcentury modern vibe.
This half moon shape might be my new triangle. If you’ve followed O+P for a while now, you know that I’ve been known to use a triangle here and there. But, move over triangles, I might have a new favorite shape.
Using iron-on vinyl in white, black and gold, I placed these half moon shapes in a random pattern. Whether you have a Cricut Explore machine or not, this is an easy project to make. By cutting ovals in half and placing the pairs together with a small gap, you can recreate this look. But, of course using the Cricut’s Make-It-Now feature is the easiest way to do this.
All the materials and instructions for this wall hanging are listed, there’s no guess work, just click and cut. HERE’s the how-to.
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Be sure to check out all my other designs and projects for Cricut’s Gold Machine, like this Geometric Patterned Edge Throw, these fabulous pillows, and these fun Tropical Leaf Napkins.