How to Make Shamrock Insert Cards
LEARN TO MAKE FUN SHAMROCK INSERT CARDS USING ANY CRICUT CUTTING MACHINE
I am not Irish but I do love to decorate for St. Patrick’s Day. I just love using shamrocks as decor. This Quick and Easy insert card could be made for St. Patrick’s Day or even a birthday!
Like all of my insert cards on the blog, you can use any Cricut cutting machine to create this card. In the download, you will find two folders inside. One for Cricut Explore and Cricut Maker and one for Cricut Joy.
For this tutorial, I will be using my Cricut Maker as well as the corresponding SVG file. To make this card on a Cricut Joy, follow the basic steps from my Lucky Insert Card.
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.
You can purchase the SVG cut file for this project in my shop here.
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SHAMROCK CLUSTER INSERT CARD – MATERIALS LIST
- I am using my Cricut Maker. You could also use your Cricut Explore Air 2, Cricut Explore 3, Cricut Maker 3, or Cricut Joy!!
- Cricut Scoring Wheel or Scoring Stylus
- Cricut StandardGrip Cutting Mat (green)
- Cardstock.I am using my white cardstock, green, and patterned paper.
- Cricut Pen. I am using Dark Green.
- Cricut Scraper
- Cricut Brayer
I hope you like this design!
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!!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
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In the zipped part of your files, can you tell me what each means ?
.DS Store File
I’m not quite sure why you’re seeing “USPS” or “.DS Store File” but DXF is primarily for Silhouette users, SVG is for Design Space, and PDF is for those who want to handcut.
Thanks Nick, I’m gonna try to cut with my Joy again. Then I’ll use my maker for sure.