Paper Letterboard Card
Do you love letterboards? We sure do. This paper letterboard card is perfectly on trend and oh so adorable.
Paper Letterboard Card
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Cut Files/Fonts Used:
- Cricut Maker
- Light grip mat
- Heavy White Printer Card stock
- We R Memory Keepers Paper Trimmer & Scoring Board
- ATG Gun
- ZIG Glue Pen
- Scoring Stylus
- Bone Folder
- Reverse Tweezers
- Adhesive Foam Squares
- Using a square and scoreline from basic shapes, create a card base and liner by sizing the square to desired size and length-to-width ratio. Size score line accordingly and attach to the card base.
- Add another square from basic shapes to the front of the card. Size accordingly to create the back of the letter board
- Duplicate the letter board and change the color to brown (or whatever color you want the frame of your letter board to be)
- Add another smaller rectangle on top of the brown layer and slice. Deleting the unwanted yielded results. (this creates your letter board frame)
- Add a text box and type the desired text. Change the font to “satisfaction” and format line and letter spacing as well as text size until desired design is achieved
- Add taco cut file to canvas.
- Duplicate the taco cut file and slice or contour so that you can create a “fill in” for the taco. Color each layer accordingly.
- Perfectly align the “fill in” with the taco outline and then select both
- Create a white offset and then flatten the offset along with the taco layers
- Size taco to fit in the desired area of the card
- Press “make it” and follow the commands in the design space to print then cut, cut, and score accordingly
- Using the back layer of the letter board and we r memory keepers scoring board, score lines every 1/2 along the card stock.
- Use a bone folder to crease score lines in the card base and liner
- Use the ATG gun to attach the liner to the card base
- Use the ATG gun to attach the letter board backing to the letter board frame
- Use the ATG gun to attach assembled letter board with the frame to the front of the card
- Use tweezers and a zig glue pen to individually place each letter of your text onto the letter board backing
- Use an adhesive foam square to apply the print then cut the taco to the front of the card
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