Hey friend! Halloween crafting season has officially launched here at Michelle’s Party Plan-It and I’m excited to share an easy DIY Halloween Card with Cricut. So let’s get started!
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Easy DIY Halloween Card with Cricut
Creating cards within Cricut Design Space using the Print Then Cut feature is super easy and so fun! I love the simplicity of it all. No paper-cutting dies, stamps, or stickers are needed to make this cute 3D Halloween Card packed with personality! So let’s get into the project…
What you will need:
Ink Jet Printer
Double Sided Foam Tape
I created a quick video to show you the cutting and assembly process, so check it out below:
Now let’s go through the steps:
Open my card design in Cricut Design Space. Resize if needed. Click continue.
First, the system will want to print then cut the print then cut files. Make sure you have the correct paper sizes and mat sizes selected and click continue.
Load glossy photo paper in your inkjet printer, follow the prompts on the screen, and print.
Once printed, load the printed paper on your mat and select Heavy cardstock, and cut. Remove from the mat and set aside.
Next load black cardstock on the mat and add the scoring stylus to slot A on your machine. Select Heavy Cardstock with more pressure and cut. Remove the die cut from the mat and set aside.
Repeat with the orange cardstock.
Fold the card in half at the scoring line using the bone folder. Apply tape adhesive to the back of the orange card and place it on top of the card. Add adhesive to the printed checkered card and layer it on top of the orange card. Next, add foam tape to the back of the ghost cut out and the Boo Haw text and layer them on top of the checkered card.
Lastly, apply adhesive to the back of the inner sentiment card and place it on the inside of the card.
And that’s it! Isn’t it adorable! I love the cute cowboy ghost. I hope you give this project a try, and if you do please tag me on social media @michellespartyplanit. I’d love to see your card!
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