Making a card with the Cricut Joy and cutting card stock.
It is so fun to craft and try new things. This card was made using a Cricut Joy. I wanted to experiment with Stardream card stock to see if it would cut on a smaller cutting machine.
I created this card as a part of the CutCardStock‘s design team where I share projects twice a month.
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The card stock used for this card was Stardream Metallic in Coral and Latte Tan for the card. CutCardStock has a ton of different colors of Stardream to choose from, they are all just beautiful and my favorite card stock from CutCardStock.
I wanted to see if I could cut heavier card stock on the Cricut Joy. I chose a free design on the Cricut Joy app. The setting I chose was for glitter card stock, it worked well. Cutting each shape twice, even the smallest of shapes were cut without trouble.
The two parts I used for the card are the folded card stock for the background, and the cut cardstock I cut on the Cricut Joy. The cut square is 3″ x 3″ and the folded piece is 3.5″ x 7″.
After gluing the card parts together, I chose to embellish the center of the flowers with gems in two sizes. These pearlized gems were bought at the Dollar Tree.
Materials and file links for making a Triangle Box with CutCardStock’s design team.
This post goes along with a project on CutCardStock’s blog where I share tutorials twice a month as a part of their design team. This post contains support links for the files and materials used in the triangle box post.
I used a Cricut Maker to cut the card stock for this project. Since the card stock is heavy (111#) I cut the file twice.
Special thanks go to companies that provide materials for me to use in my posts. For this project, thanks go to Cricut, CutCardStock, and ScraPerfect.