We LOVE paper crafting and 3d projects. They are inexpensive to create, you generally have all the supplies needed already stocked in your craft room, AND with a little visual aid from this video, they are easy to put together.
In just a few minutes with the aid of our Cricut, you can create beautiful and one-of-a-kind pieces of art to use: as decorations, for baging treats, or as an aid in a gift presentation!
Assembling 3 Advanced 3D projects
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Cut Files/Fonts Used:
3D Purse: https://makersgonnalearn.com/cut_files/3d-purse-2/
Cake Slice Box: https://makersgonnalearn.com/cut_files/cake-slice-box-2/
Ice Cream: https://makersgonnalearn.com/cut_files/ice-cream-3/
- Import cut files and size them to the desired size.
- Install the scoring stylus (or scoring wheel) into the machine.
- Place cardstock on the light grip mat in the top left corner of the mat
- Select medium-weight cardstock as your material setting
- Load the mat and let your machine score and cut the cardstock
- Unload the mat and remove the mat from the cardstock
- Repeat steps 3-6 for the remaining mats
- Using a bone folder, fold and crease all score lines on all cardstock pieces
- Apply adhesive (double-sided adhesive tape or ZIG glue) to the intended areas and attach the correct pieces together.