Thanking the Best Teacher

When you literally have no time and HAVE to throw a card together, Lori Whitlock comes to the rescue with thousands of designs and design elements that can save the day and make you look like a PRO!

All this card took was some patterned paper with a school theme and one of Lori’s designs. I used Cricut Design Space to upload the images, flatten the elements and use the print then cut function to put together my card.

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For this card, I used Lori Whitlock’s Teacher Thank You Tags file set.

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After uploading my files, I flattened the images I wanted to print, then cut.

I did the same with the school house I used on the inside of the card.

I did the same with the school house I used on the inside of the card.

This is how the images looked after they were flattened.

This is how the images looked after they were flattened.

Design Space prepared the print then cut for me.

Design Space prepared the print then cut for me.

All I had to do was print the file.

All I had to do was print the file.

Then I chose my printer and the settings I wanted to use.

Then I chose my printer and the settings I wanted to use.

After printing, my image was ready to cut.

After printing, my image was ready to cut with my Cricut Explore.

Perfect job.

Perfect job.

Ready to cut the front sentiment for the card.

Ready to cut the front sentiment for the card.

It's just too easy.

It’s just too easy.

The front of my card.

The front of my card.

With a little schoolhouse on the inside.

With a little schoolhouse on the inside.

It’s a simple card, but it took no more than 15 minutes and I didn’t have to go out and buy one.

Thanks so much for stopping by.

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