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Supplies I used
- White 8.5″ x 11″ Cardstock (for Print then Cut)
- Glitter Cardstock
- Adhesive Vinyl
- Painter’s Tape
- Art Glitter Glue Designer Dries Clear Adhesive
- Glue Bottle Applicator, 30ml Needle Tip
- Double-Sided E-Z Runner Grand Adhesive Dispenser
- Pigment Ink Pads
- Mini Ink Blending Set
- A7 Envelope
- Scoring Wheel Tip and QuickSwap Housing
- Cricut Maker
Techniques I Used
I used adhesive vinyl for the “Merry Christmas” sentiment. I transferred it with painter’s tape since it’s less likely to damage paper or cardstock. Pulling straight back on the painter’s tape will help the smaller pieces to transfer.
I tweaked the truck with the tree image a bit in Design Space to give it a solid background, and flattened it to make it Print then Cut. This made it much easier to create several copies of this card.
I used some white ink to create a light snow effect on the trees. Leo Kowal has some good inking tips in this video.
Here is the Design Space link to this project. I have included some different options for the inside sentiment in the file.
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