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Wedding Card Invite


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Design by: CricutDesignTeam (1007 Projects)
Project skill level: easy
Project time: less than 30 minutes
Project tags: Wedding Feminine Classic Invitations Cards Monochramatic

Your guests will be impressed with this elegant, monochromatic wedding invitation!

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • Cricut Craft Room® design software
  • Foam Squares
  • Ink
  • Adhesive
  • Scoring tool
  • Cream cardstock (1)

Project Cut Files

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

Cricut® Cuts:
Use project cut file (CCR file) to create cuts.

1. Card
a. Cream card base (Cream layer)
b. Cream card front (Cream layer)
c. Cream photo corners (Cream layer)

2. Belly band
a. Cream belly band (Cream layer)

3. Label
a. Cream label shadow (Cream layer)
b. Cream label (Cream layer)

4. Circle
a. Cream scalloped circle (Cream layer)
b. Cream circle (Cream layer)
Create card from cuts 1a-1c. Use Cuttlebug® Anna Griffin Poppy folder to emboss cut 1b. Ink edges. Fold and assemble.
Create belly band from cut 2a. Use Cuttlebug® Anna Griffin Poppy folder to emboss piece. Ink edges. Fold and assemble.
Create label from cuts 3a-3b. Ink edges. Layer together. Use foam squares to adhere to belly band front.
Create circle from cuts 4a-4b. Use Cuttlebug® Swiss Dots folder to emboss cut 4b. Ink edges. Layer together. Use foam squares to adhere to belly band front.
Create monogram using font of choice (Paper Lace 2 font is shown).
Embellish as desired.

Step 1

Cricut® Cuts:
Use project cut file (CCR file) to create cuts.

1. Card
a. Cream card base (Cream layer)
b. Cream card front (Cream layer)
c. Cream photo corners (Cream layer)

2. Belly band
a. Cream belly band (Cream layer)

3. Label
a. Cream label shadow (Cream layer)
b. Cream label (Cream layer)

4. Circle
a. Cream scalloped circle (Cream layer)
b. Cream circle (Cream layer)

Step 2

Create card from cuts 1a-1c. Use Cuttlebug® Anna Griffin Poppy folder to emboss cut 1b. Ink edges. Fold and assemble.

Step 3

Create belly band from cut 2a. Use Cuttlebug® Anna Griffin Poppy folder to emboss piece. Ink edges. Fold and assemble.

Step 4

Create label from cuts 3a-3b. Ink edges. Layer together. Use foam squares to adhere to belly band front.

Step 5

Create circle from cuts 4a-4b. Use Cuttlebug® Swiss Dots folder to emboss cut 4b. Ink edges. Layer together. Use foam squares to adhere to belly band front.

Step 6

Create monogram using font of choice (Paper Lace 2 font is shown).

Step 7

Embellish as desired.

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sorry I meant it doesn't come out right...

Published on February 24, 2014 by SilviaS81 Flag Comment As Inappropriate
Hi all! I am still pretty new at the the cricut, but I'm loving it! I also would like to try to make this card, but I would like it to be a 5x7. How can I change the dimensions? I've tried to do it but of course it comes out right :(

Published on February 24, 2014 by SilviaS81 Flag Comment As Inappropriate
how does the card look on the inside? i just saw the car and it looks like a tri-fold. just what i need! i would need to add a pocket for the rsvp. help!!

Published on February 04, 2014 by almiroty Flag Comment As Inappropriate
For those who have completed this project, how many did you make and how frustrating was it to make multiple? Also, what did you do to print the information and what did the inside look like?

Published on September 02, 2013 by Laura930063 Flag Comment As Inappropriate
I spoke with a Cricut rep about the same ssue and he told me to save the CCR files on to my desktop and then import them into the craftroom

Published on July 10, 2013 by Twinsmom30 Flag Comment As Inappropriate
Hi everyone! I am new to Cricut. I own the Expressions 2.... I am getting married in May 2014 and would like to make this invitation the only problem I am having is that I really dont know what size to cut the pieces... Please help. Is the card supposed to be 5x7? If so does the first piece need to be cut 15x7 to fold in 3?

Published on July 08, 2013 by MarshallBMT1000 Flag Comment As Inappropriate
I just purchased this layout but I can't get the CCR file to download it keeps saying error or asking me what file ext. I want to use. Please help

Published on July 04, 2013 by Twinsmom30 Flag Comment As Inappropriate
Any idea what dimensions to size to for changing to A7 size? I am very new using my Cricut and I can't seem to get it right!

Published on June 15, 2013 by Jessie860182 Flag Comment As Inappropriate
Now that this project is no longer "free for a week" how do I "buy" it so I can make it again? When I add it to my cart, it says "Discontinued"

Published on June 13, 2013 by adrianlenglish Flag Comment As Inappropriate
In Love with this card. It is Beautiful!! I am having trouble downloading the cut file though. Error message. I am new to this, is there a special step to follow?

Published on June 12, 2013 by kborrelli Flag Comment As Inappropriate
KateSBOP--"The 'R' is from Paper Lace 2. In step 6 above the team mention the font from Paper Lace 2, but you can use any of your favorite cricut fonts! I just finished this card example for a high school graduation party for a friend of mine this weekend using THREE different colors! It turned out fantastic! And the graduate is happy too! The card size is an odd size (not an A2, unless you adjust he size yourself like I did!) but envelopes can be specially made, or try an 4x5 envelope. Hope this helps!

Published on June 09, 2013 by AScrapbookNut Flag Comment As Inappropriate
Gorgeous card! I've just downloaded it to CCR. Where is the letter "R" from? It's not on the file and not listed on your "Other Materials Needed" portion of the instructions. Thanks!

Published on June 09, 2013 by KateSBOP Flag Comment As Inappropriate
This is my first attempt at the free download cuts on my Cricut Craft Room. Love it. have made some images for wedding cards. Big thank you provo Craft for never sitting still, and giving us new things to work with. WELL DONE

Published on June 07, 2013 by RENNIEMAC Flag Comment As Inappropriate