Hi there! So you want to learn how to make magnets with your Cricut, but aren’t sure where to start? I’m excited to be sharing how to make holographic magnets with Cricut, so let’s get started!
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How to Make Holographic Magnets with Cricut
The Print Then Cut feature in Cricut Design Space is one of my favorite features. Although, it can be intimidating and/or frustrating when just starting or when it doesn’t work. When it does work, it’s amazing! These magnets are so cute and I can’t wait to show you how you can make them yourself, so let’s get into it!
What you will need:
I created a detailed quick video showing the process, check it out below:
Download the magnet sheet as a PNG in Canva.
Upload it in Cricut Design Space as a Print Then Cut File.
Add an offset using the offset tool. Click Apply.
Change the offset color to white. Attach the offset to the magnet images and flatten.
Resize to fit your paper.
Click continue and print it on the magnetic sheet from your inkjet printer.
Once printed, trim the holographic laminate sheet to fit within the registration marks. Apply the holographic laminate sheet on top, and pass it through the laminator with the cold setting to add pressure and better adhesion.
Load the deep point blade into your machine. Then, load the magnetic sheet on your mat and secure it with masking tape. Select the magnetic paper settings under materials and cut.
Remove the magnets from the mat and you’re all done!
Aren’t they cute? I love the extra detail the holographic sheet adds to the magnet. Especially with this retro style. I hope you give this project a try!
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