Happy early St. Pat’s Day! These center box card files are so much fun. They make for a nice stand up card on someone’s desk or table.
I love the print and cut sentiments that come with the cards! Here is the process for print and cut using Cricut. First you need to ungroup your images. Then select the whole sentiment piece and click attach. In addition, click the scissors and change it to print.
When you select cut, Cricut will prompt you to put your paper in your printer to print. When printed, place this paper on your mat when prompted to cut. Print and Cut is a nice feature ! Could you imagine cutting and gluing all those little letters?
These are all the pieces of the card cut out. I added some inking and Stickles, then easily put it all together. If you need more help with the assembly, you can see Lori’s Center Box Card Tutorial here. The papers are from a few different Echo Park collections, designed by Lori. I’ve listed them below.
I hope you’ll head on over to Lori’s Shop and give these a try! They do make you smile and you could make someone else smile by sharing your creation with them.
Have a great Day!
Here are the links to the files and papers I used.
Echo Park Paper