Have Yourself a Crafty Little Christmas
Give the gift of creativity with these simple DIY gift card holders and printable notecards. We’ve created three sets of downloads for you to work with — both SVG and PDF patterns for the fabric envelopes, and printable gift card inserts. There are two different styles of the fabric envelopes. One is horizontal with three holes to use with a button and the other is vertical with two holes to use with a ribbon. The vertical style is a no-sew, so it is quicker and easier to create. For the inserts, we would suggest printing on a white cardstock for best results.
Using the Cricut Maker and the Cricut Easy press, this project was a creative piece of cake. We love both of these machines so much. The Cricut Maker is the latest and greatest cutting machine on the crafting scene. As demonstrated in this project, it can cut felt, leather, velvet… and so much more! The Cricut Easy Press is a heat press that combines the speed of a press with the convenience of an iron. It’s super fast and effective, with a timer and temperature gauge built in. We use both of these tools in so many of our projects, especially surrounding the holiday season. With both of these incredible tools, all of your crafting dreams can come true! What projects would you like to make with Cricut, crafters?
- Velvet (we purchased this at our local fabric store)
- Cricut Faux Suede Rustic Sampler
- Cricut Felt Sky Sampler
- Benzie Felt in Brick
- Cricut Iron-On in Plum and Gold
- Cricut Foil Iron-On in Red and Rose Gold
Questions? Feedback? Don’t forget to use #MadeWithLia when sharing photos of your latest projects – you never fail to inspire us! Happy Holidays ~ Lia & Team
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