For my first project as a member of Lori Whitlock’s incredibly talented creative team, I am going to walk you through making a box card using the brand new All Occasion Box Cards Cricut cartridge.
In the video tutorial below, I am going to cover importing digital papers for use as patterns on cutting files, importing digital elements to be used as design elements that will be printed and cut out, and sizing box cards using two methods.
Below are closeups of the box card that show the papers and elements used.
The papers and elements I used in this project are from Lori’s Be My Valentine digital collection.
The video below is a step-by-step tutorial on how I put this card together in Cricut Design Space and cut all the elements with my Gold Explore Air available on HSN.
You can see the PDF document with sizes for all of the box cards here.
List of products used:
- Gold Cricut Explore
- Blue Cricut cutting mat
- All Occasion Box Cards digital set
- Plus Glue Tape 4mm permanent honeycomb-dot
- Tombow Mono permanent adhesive
- Martha Stewart bone folder
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