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The #1 Father’s Day Card from Dreaming Tree is sure to be a hit with the guys! The possibilities are endless with this versatile card.
Supplies I used:
- Adhesive Vinyl
- Gemstone Blue Cricut Pen
- ColorBox Pigment Petal Point Option Pad, Fun, Multicolor
- Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tool
- Self-adhesive Pearls
- Foam Squares
- Alene’s Clear Gel Tacky Glue
- Xyron Create-A-Sticker Mini 2.5″ Sticker Maker
- Double-Sided E-Z Runner Grand Adhesive Dispenser
Attaching the score lines
Dreaming Tree projects come with the option of solid score lines for those of us who use the Cricut Maker and the scoring wheel. The files with solid score lines are in the “Extras” folder. If you don’t have a Cricut Maker, you can use the dashed cut lines for score lines that are in the main folder. Be sure to check out the Dreaming Tree help section for more tips.
This project can be a little confusing because there are some cut lines that need to be attached as well as some lines that need to be changed to score and attached. The “stitch” lines are decorative and will be easier to see if they are cut rather than scored.
The score lines need to be changed to from cut to score when using the Cricut Maker and the scoring wheel.
Next, I selected the cut lines, score lines, and the suit jacket image and attached.
The shirt layer has two vertical lines that need to be scored where the collar will fold. The other lines will cut.
All the lines are attached, and this layer is ready to cut.
I followed along with Leo’s assembly video for this project, which made it really easy.
This project is infinitely customizable, and I think I will make several more of these. I used adhesive vinyl for the gold pieces in this project. I like the little bit of shine it gives as well as not having to glue the tiny pieces.
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