Hello, my friend! I’m back with another Cricut tutorial. Today, I’m sharing how to make magnetic bookmarks with the Print Then Cut feature in Cricut Design Space, so let’s get started!
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How to Make Magnetic Bookmarks
If you love to read books, you’ll need a cute magnetic bookmark to hold your place! These Peachy Magnetic Bookmarks are super easy to make with Cricut. Allow me to show you how, so let’s get into it…
What you will need:
Ink Jet Printer
Laminator (with cold settings) OPTIONAL
Small Circle Punch
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I created a quick video to walk you through the steps, check it out below…
Let’s go over the steps…
Download my free file. 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 bookmark image and flatten.
Resize to fit your paper.
Click continue and print it on glossy photo paper 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 paper on your mat and select the magnetic paper settings under materials. Cut.
Remove the bookmarks from the mat. Fold the bookmarks in half. Cut small circles of magnetic sheets. Before applying them to your bookmark, make sure the two circles attract. Remove the backing and attach the magnet to the bookmark as shown in the video.
And that’s it! What do you think? Aren’t they peachy?
I hope you give this project a try, and if you do be sure to tag me on social media!
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