I made this very pretty card using the Cricut Access subscription and I think it came out really cute. You can try it out:
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Here is the video on how to put it together:
So today I have two videos for you… My 5th video of 50 weeks of celebrations where I make some cute gift card holders using Anna Griffin Gracious Giftables digital cartridge and the second video is for my visit to a local botanical gardens called Descanso Gardens located in La Cañada, CA
Here is the one for Descanso Gardens
Today I am making these mass-produced Thank You cards using the following:
Ana Griffin Lovely Layered Cards 1 (click on the image below to be routed to my affiliate link)
I cut the Hexagons at 3″x 3″ and I used the cricut black pen.
I used Stampin Up very vanilla cardstock for the Thank You Hexagons.
I cut the foil hexagons at 3.25″ x 3.25″ for the mat.
I cut them all in Cricut Design Space
Here is the video
It’s that time of year when we are running around shopping for gifts for our loved ones. If you like to give gift cards then this is the perfect project for you. You can mass-produce gift card holders by using my Gift Card Holder SVG file. I have two versions:
SVG file for Design Space- For Cicut Air, Air 2 and Maker (it will score the lines using the score tool)
SVG file for non-cricut machines (like Cameo, Bosscut, Eclips, etc)
Today I am making a mass produced christmas card using my Cricut. I used the Create a Critter #2 cartridge to cut the gingerman bread at 3″. I used Stampin Up chocolate chip cardstock, Recollections 110 LB white paper, Recollections glitter red paper, Recollections Christmas Stamps, Stickles and Cherry Cobbler ink by Stampin Up!
Here is the video