LEARN TO MAKE SPOOKY LAYERED HALLOWEEN CARDS ON YOUR CRICUT CUTTING MACHINE
This card is definitely on the spooky side! I love it, though. So detailed.
A warning… there are a bunch of intricate cuts here. Like I mentioned, I made this front cover panel really detailed.
Check out my tips at the bottom of this post on how I was able to accomplish this cut so you can too!
In this tutorial, I’ll give you my step by step instructions and tell you what materials I think work best when making this project.
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HAPPY HALLOWEEN LAYERED CARD – MATERIALS LIST
- I am using my Cricut Maker. You could also use your Cricut Explore Air 2, Cricut Explore 3, or Cricut Maker 3!
- Cricut Scoring Wheel or Scoring Stylus
- Cricut StandardGrip Cutting Mat (green)
- Cardstock. I am using my standard white cardstock, black, yellow, and orange.
- Glue or adhesive
- Cricut Scraper
- Cricut Brayer
TIPS FOR A PERFECT CUT
As I mentioned at the beginning of this post, there are some intricate cuts on the front cover panel. Especially, that top black layer.
I used 65 lb cardstock and made sure to adhere the cardstock to the cutting mat really well with my brayer. I also selected More pressure.
Once the cut was complete, I carefully rolled the mat away from the cardstock and took my time to avoid any tears.
Doing these things should really help you accomplish a clean cut on this panel.
Post a photo in the comment section or tag your projects on social media @thebeardedhousewife using the hashtag #beardedhousewife! I’d love to see how yours turn out!!