I have a very pretty white-on-white card that could be used for a wedding, an anniversary, or just a special greeting. You can add your own sentiment or leave it as is.
I suggest this cut file for intermediate or above users.
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The paper I used was Basis White Card Stock for the card. Basis White is so versatile. I love it for the foundation of most of my card making. It cuts and scores beautifully. At 80#, I choose to set my Cricut Maker at a card stock setting of 100# which works well even for small detailed cuts.
I cut the file on a Cricut Maker. As a reminder, set the red lines to score and load your scoring tool before setting the file to cut.
There are three rose cuts for this card. You could choose to use only one or you could enlarge them if desired. I urge you to watch the video tutorial below for tips and techniques on how to weed these delicate cuts.
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This view shows the detail of the 3-D effect of the layering of the roses. on the front of the card. You can also see some of the added mist that was sprayed on the top of the roses. To make your own DIY spray, see the tutorial here: [DIY Shimmer Spray]
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Making a Fairy Door card with Fairy Stamper. The door opens with a fairy inside.
with Fairy Stamper
The moment I saw the Fairy Door stamp, I knew the door needed to open. I chose to stamp on papers I had made with my Gelli plate. I enhanced those pieces and did a bit of fussy cutting. You can see the entire process in the video tutorial towards the bottom of this post.
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The above image shows the Fairy Door stamp on a Gelli plate print after being fussy cut. The Gelli plate print dictates the colors that get used for the rest of the process.
After a bunch of different steps, the four pieces that make up the card are ready to be put together. In the end, I chose to color on top of the Fairy Door stamp but that could be easily done before the card is put together. I used enough foam tape that I was easily able to color on it after assembly.
Here is the card finished with the door open and the little fairy condo dweller answering the door.
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The basic mini folder is made from one sheet of double-sided scrapbooking paper. Using the Best Glue Ever with the No-Clog Writing Cap holds the seams together by applying a small amount of glue, which is needed. From the basic construction, you can embellish the folder as you desire.
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.