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Making Winter Cards

with CutCardStock

cards

Using Stardream cardstock and one cut file, I created two cards. The cutting file has a variety of different ways to use the parts. A band with snowflakes knocked out, the snowflakes, and three words.

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cardstock

The card stock used for this project was Stardream Metallic in Eris and Stardream Metallic in Lapis Lazuli. CutCardStock has a ton of different colors of Stardream to choose from, they are all just beautiful and my favorite cardstock from CutCardStock.

cut parts

These are the parts cut for this project. After I designed the band and was cutting it out, I realized that the negative parts could also be used.

cricut maker
Cricut Maker

I cut the cardstock on my Cricut Maker. The Lapus Lazuli is 105 lb cardstock so I cut it using a setting of 100 lb and cut it twice. To do so, after the first cut, don’t remove the mat and push the start button again for a double cut.

A bit of glue and two different cards were made in no time at all.

Video Tutorial:

Please visit the store to grab the free SVG file [Winter Card]

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