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When I make 50 of one card, the design needs to be simple and easy to assemble. I made these Easter cards for our church’s homebound member ministry. I used Cricut pens for the front cross design and the inside verse. The sentiment on the front is adhesive vinyl.
Supplies I Used:
Preparing to Cut
This card has three layers and is A2 size (4.25″ x 5.5″ when folded).
- The base layer has the score line and inside sentiment. I used a black fine tip (0.4) pen.
2. The purple layer is 4″ x 5.25″. If you are making multiple copies, four copies of this layer can be cut out of a letter size piece of cardstock. (Don’t change the material size.)
3. The yellow layer has the drawn cross and lilies images. If cutting multiple copies, change the material size to 8.5″ x 11″ if using letter size paper so that Design Space will put four pieces vertically. I used a purple gel pen.
4. Don’t forget to change the setting to “Vinyl” for the front sentiment.
Cutting and Assembling the Card
After weeding the vinyl, apply the transfer tape. Peel the backing straight back, making sure to get the dots on the i’s.
Put the vinyl and transfer tape on the cardstock gently, making sure not to rub the transfer tape where there is no vinyl. Pull the transfer tape straight back.
Here is a video showing how I designed this card in Design Space and how to assemble it:
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