DIY Spring Wreath, spring wreath, DIY wreaths

DIY Spring Wreath with Felt Flowers

February 8th, 2019 • Contributor: Kristin Saulsbury

I can feel it, spring is just around the corner! However, as I write this, over half of the United States is a frozen tundra. So, to help pass the winter blues I’m sharing a spring-inspired wreath that will help get your and spirit (and house) in the mood for spring.

Spring Wreath Design Space Link: https://design.cricut.com/#/design/128529752

1. Cut the Flowers

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DIY Spring Wreath with Felt Flowers

Cut out the felt flowers on your Cricut Maker or Air 2.  You will want to use the pink Cricut fabric mat. If you use a smaller or larger grapevine wreath, be sure to resize your flowers to best fit your design. NOTE: You can use the Fine Point Blade or the Rotary Blade for this cut. I found the rotary blade works best.

2. Cut Each Leaf from Cricut Cardstock

DIY Spring Wreath with Felt Flowers

Cut out the paper leaves with your Cricut. Again, if you opt to change the size of the design you will also want to scale your leaves to best proportionally fit your design.

3. Assemble the Flowers

DIY Spring Wreath with Felt Flowers

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DIY Spring Wreath with Felt Flowers

While your leaves are cutting, start to assemble your felt flowers. Each flower has (6) layers. The first four layers have tabs at the bottom. Start by gluing those tabs together on each of the layers using a glue gun and/or glue stick. Once the tabs have been glued together and dried, start layering the petals.

Layer all (6) flower petals from smallest to largest. Secure them by gluing the layers on top of each other. Once all the petals are in place, glue the center to each flower.

Once the flowers have dried be sure to clean up any strings from the glue to keep the flowers looking crisp.

4. Assemble the Wreath

DIY Spring Wreath with Felt Flowers

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DIY Spring Wreath with Felt Flowers

Start by gluing the leaves to the grapevine wreath. Use your creativity and place the leaves in spots that best work for your design. Next, start gluing the flowers to the wreath. After all the flowers are on the wreath, fill in extra leaves to add volume to the wreath.

DIY Spring Wreath with Felt Flowers

The final step is to hang your wreath. You can hang it on your front door to welcome your guests with some spring cheer or add it to your home decor. Just because spring isn’t officially here yet, do not hesitate to start decorating!

I hope this tutorial is helpful! Leave in the comment section if you are making wreaths or other home décor projects. If yes, be sure to share on Cricut’s Facebook or Instagram pages.

DIY Spring Wreath with Felt Flowers
DIY Frozen cake topper

Learn How to Make A Frozen-themed Cake Topper With Cricut Maker®

January 28th, 2019 • Contributor: Kim Byers, The Celebration Shoppe

Let’s make a Frozen Cake Topper with the Cricut Maker!

Do you have a little one with a birthday and a love for Disney’s Anna and Elsa?! If you do, this is the perfect Frozen cake topper for you!

I’ll show you how to use your child’s age, and weld a crown to the top, to make a darling personalized Elsa and Anna cake topper. Embellish it with glitter and foil, and Disney’s new Frozen Adventure and Magic Deluxe Paper set for the perfect decoration!

Why stop there, I’ll show you how to embellish your cake plate too so that even the most basic white cakes steal the show!

Instructions are for an 8” cake on a 10” cake plate.

Supplies for Frozen Cake Topper

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Design Space - Click Here

1: Modify in Design Space as Needed

Open my Design Space project. For the cake topper, if your child is turning three, you’re all set. If not, I used the font "Banco Com Heavy" for the number. Once you have the number, duplicate it. This will be the adhesive foil number. Use the other number and duplicate the Elsa crown. Place the crown on the new number, and weld. This will turn the group black/dark gray. Now you’ll have a silhouette of a number and crown, and a separate number and crown.

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For the cake wrapper, if your cake plate is 10”, then you’re all set no matter if it’s square or round. If you have a different size, duplicate one scallop section, resize to what you think you need, duplicate so you have four pieces and do a test cut with plain paper. Once you know it fits the way you’d like, delete three pieces, duplicate the other top two ice layers and size to fit the scallop piece you tested. Delete all the original cake wrapper pieces for the 8” cake.

2: Cut

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Cut out each of the elements. I used Chipboard for the base number crown combo, adhesive foil for the number, glitter vinyl for the crown, Disney’s Frozen Adventure and Magic Deluxe Paper set for the snowflake and cake wrapper.

3: Assemble the Cake Topper

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Using Chipboard and the Knife Blade, cut out the number and crown combo. The crown is fragile. If the edges fray, don’t worry. Just trim away with scissors. The glitter vinyl will cover up any imperfections. Once Chipboard is cut, layer foil on three, and glitter on the crown.

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Disney Frozen party, Disney Frozen Cake Topper, disney party

Layer two snowflakes with foam adhesive dots for the bottom of the number. Glue dot or hot glue a wooden dowel to the back. Your cake topper is done!

4: Assemble Plate Wrapper

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The cake plate wrapper is cut from a combination of Disney’s Frozen Adventure & Magic Deluxe Paper and a Light Blue Cardstock. Layer starting with scallop and foam adhesive squares. Embellish front of cake wrapper with layered snowflakes.

5: Attach to the Cake Plate

I use glue dots to attach the wrapper to my cake plates. They clean away easily with no damage. It will start to fall off after a few hours but can easily be put back in place if the party is still going!

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More Frozen Party Cricut Ideas

Visit Design Space to see 15+ more Frozen crafts you can make with your Cricut! Here are just a few that work perfectly with this party:

As always, I hope you’re inspired to create! And if you’d like to see more of my Cricut creations, join me at The Celebration Shoppe (https://thecelebrationshoppe.com).

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Let’s Make a Disney Frozen-themed Banner With Your Cricut!

January 28th, 2019 • Contributor: Kim Byers, The Celebration Shoppe

Planning a Frozen birthday party? This banner is easy to make with your Cricut and can be customized with lots of Frozen drawings in Design Space. I chose Elsa, Anna, and Olaf, but there are so many more! Including the castle!

I love layering when working with paper crafts and this banner is no exception. Pick up a pack of Disney’s new Frozen Adventure & Magic Deluxe Paper pack, coordinate it with some solid sheets, and your entire party will coordinate beautifully!

Instructions are for two, three-foot banners (including spaces).

Supplies for Frozen Banner

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1: Modify Design if Needed

Open the file. Each banner element is approximately 3x4. If you’d like it larger, select all and drag the box at the corner.

2: Do Your Cutting and Writing

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Write and cut each element using solid and Frozen Adventure & Magic Deluxe Papers.

3: Assembly

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Layer the elements using foam adhesive dots.

4: Add the String

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Using clear fishing line, attach each banner element equally spaced. I used one banner between each I attached so that they’re all the same distance apart.

5: Hang

Clear Command Strips are a great no-damage way to hang temporary party decor.

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Visit Design Space to see 15+ more Frozen crafts you can make with your Cricut! Here are just a few that work perfectly with this party:

As always, I hope you’re inspired to create! And if you’d like to see more of my Cricut creations, join me at The Celebration Shoppe (https://thecelebrationshoppe.com).

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Dsney, Frozen, favor boxes, party favors

Make A Disney Frozen-themed Favor Box & Tag With Cricut Maker®

January 24th, 2019 • Contributor: Kim Byers, The Celebration Shoppe

Let’s make a pretty Frozen Favor Box with foil Elsa and Anna silhouettes, acetate snowflakes, and cardstock! Guests will be so excited to receive these beauties!

Planning a Frozen birthday party? These easy favor boxes are easy to make with your Cricut and can be customized with lots of fonts and shapes in Design Space.

I love layering when working with paper crafts and this favor tag is no exception. Pick up a pack of Disney Frozen Adventure & Magic Deluxe Paper, coordinate it with some solid and acetate sheets to create a magical favor tag and favor box!

Supplies for Frozen Water Bottle Label

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1: Cut

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Cut each element using solid and Frozen Adventure & Magic Deluxe Papers, acetate sheets, and foil adhesive.

2: Assemble

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Layer paper elements using foam adhesive dots.

3: Place Foil

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Weed each design. Using transfer tape, pick up design and name from backer and place on favor tag and box. I used the font "Belwe Standard Medium" for the names. (Note: Acetate has a protective film, so peel it off before putting the names on.)

4: Tie

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Select a coordinating ribbon and tie all the elements in place on the box, with the acetate snowflake on top. Once tied, flip the snowflake up.

5: Fill

Fill with sweet treats, stickers and tiny toys for each guest!

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Tip - You can turn any shape into a tag with the slice tool. Just insert a circle shape over the top of the shape you want to make a tag, and slice. Move the shape and you now have a hole perfect for your ribbon.

More Frozen Birthday Party Ideas

Visit Design Space to see 10+ more Frozen birthday party ideas and crafts you can make with your Cricut! Here are just a few that work perfectly with this party:

As always, I hope you’re inspired to create! And if you’d like to see more of my Cricut creations, join me at The Celebration Shoppe (https://thecelebrationshoppe.com).

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Finding Images in Cricut Design Space

Be a Cricut Pro in 3 Months: Finding Images in Cricut Design Space™

January 25th, 2019 • Contributor: Team Cricut

Finding the right image in Cricut Design Space can make designing even faster and easier. Here are some effective ways to use search and get to that perfect image.

First things first. The search bar can be found at the top right of your screen on your laptop and your mobile device. You can find the search bar when looking for Images or Projects.

Finding Images in Cricut Design Space

The next useful thing to know is the list of filters. The best part of the filter list is that if you are a Cricut Access subscriber, you can see all of the Cricut Access only images. It’s also useful for refining your image list for single layers (this means images that can be cut on one mat), phrases, and printables. There are several other filters that can help narrow your search.

Finding Images in Cricut Design Space

The categories page can also give you a good starting place with an automatic filter when you're looking for images.

Finding Images in Cricut Design Space

Once you click on a category, you can use the filters again to continue refining your search. In this example, we selected ‘Spring’ and can now Search in Spring category.

Finding Images in Cricut Design Space

Filters can be removed by clicking the X on each individual one or the Clear Filters link in the top left of the browser page:

Finding Images in Cricut Design Space

In Projects, searching is also fairly simple. There are two simple steps: Use the category drop down to refine the projects and then, use the search bar in each category to find projects. You can also just do a search on the All Categories page too.

Finding Images in Cricut Design Space
Finding Images in Cricut Design Space
Finding Images in Cricut Design Space

Lastly, you can find image sets (meaning a group of images that have a similar style) in the ‘Cartridges’ section. The search and filtering work the same in this section as well.

Finding Images in Cricut Design Space

Finding that perfect image to use for your project is just that simple!

Happy Crafting!
The Cricut Team

Finding Images in Cricut Design Space
DIY Cricut tool holder, pen organizer, Cricut organizer, craft organization

DIY Pen, Tool & Blade Organizer

January 25th, 2019 • Contributor: Brittany McDonnell, Cricut Project Designer

Learn how to make this handy organizer using Cricut Maker® and Knife Blade.

If you’re anything like me, you have your crafting supplies ALL over the place. My Cricut® pens, hand tools, and machine tools are vital to my crafting space and are my most frequently used items. I wanted to create a solution that organized my favorite craft gadgets in one place and always within reach. So I did!

I love that I now have a place to keep all of my favorite things! The best part, I made it cutting basswood using my Cricut Maker®. Once I determined the design and created my canvas in Design Space®, the project moved along relatively quickly. Lucky for you, those steps are complete. Take a look below at the full tutorial and be sure to share this project with friends & family.

DESIGN SPACE PROJECT: click here

Materials:

  1. Cricut® StrongGrip Machine Mat
  2. Cricut® Knife Blade
  3. 1/16” Basswood (2)
  4. Paint in Aqua
  5. Paint Brush
  6. Wood Glue
  7. Masking Tape
  8. Clear Sealer

1: Open Project Instructions

Begin by opening Cricut Design Space using this link to the project Pen, Tool & Blade Organizer. This project makes one organizer that holds your tools and Maker blades!

2: Prep and Cut the Bass Wood

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Use masking tape or painter’s tape to secure edges of the basswood to your mat.

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Follow the prompts in Design Space® to cut images from the basswood. Use the correct cut setting and the Knife Blade.

If you have never used Knife Blade or worked with basswood before, check out these videos from the More Help section: Knife Blade FAQ, Cutting Basswood with the knife blade.

3: Assemble the Organizer

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Paint the edge notches of the organizer pieces aqua as a decorative effect.

Dry fit the pieces to familiarize yourself with how they fit together before beginning assembly.

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Use wood glue to attach the pieces. They should fit together like a puzzle. Be sure to place the interior pieces before attaching the fourth side of any of the containing boxes.

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The organizer should fit together snugly enough to hold itself while drying, but some hand pressure may be required initially. Use light clamps if necessary.

When the organizer is dry, complete any sanding necessary, then wipe with a tack cloth

Seal the organizer with a light coat of clear sealer. Allow to dry completely before using.

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Now that you have completed your tool organizer, throw some pens in there! Glitter Pens! Your Weeder tool! Your knife blade! Your rotary blade! Your fine point blade! Anything you’d like!

Be sure to share this blog with friends who need this in their life.

Brittany

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DIY Frozen party, DIY Disney party, Frozen Water Bottles Frozen, Disney

Learn How to Make These Disney Frozen-themed Water Bottle Labels with Cricut

January 24th, 2019 • Contributor: Kim Byers, The Celebration Shoppe

These simple labels will help you dress up water bottles, vintage soda bottles, or even 2-liter bottles (just make the project a bit larger), so that everything on your table coordinates perfectly!

Olaf is just the cutest and the perfect way to make the boys feel included at a Frozen birthday party! I made these Olaf Frozen Water Bottle Labels in Design Space® by slicing and welding a few shapes together.

You can use my creation, or if your little one prefers Anna or Elsa, you can make them too in a few simple slicing and welding steps!

I used Disney’s new Frozen Adventure & Magic Deluxe Paper pack for my label base and it turned out beautifully!

Supplies for Frozen Water Bottle Label

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1: Open in Design Space

Olaf is all set up for water bottles and old-fashioned soda bottles, but if you’d like to make a few for 2-Liter bottles, just enlarge him. I would suggest testing a plain white sheet for the base before cutting from the deluxe cardstock. Once you have a good size, enlarge Olaf to fit and duplicate your project for as many bottles as you have.

2: Cut and Score

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Cut and score each element using Frozen Adventure & Magic Deluxe Papers, a solid sheet of cardstock for the Olaf outline and printable vinyl for the Olaf sticker.

3: Assemble

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Layer the Olaf vinyl sticker on the solid sheet of paper to make him sturdy, then attach him to the water bottle label with 3-D foam adhesive dots for a raised effect.

4: Hang

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Hang him over the top of your bottle and you’re done!

More Frozen Birthday Party Ideas

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Visit Design Space to see 10+ more Frozen birthday party ideas and crafts you can make with your Cricut! Here are just a few that work perfectly with this party:

As always, I hope you’re inspired to create! And if you’d like to see more of my Cricut creations, join me at The Celebration Shoppe (https://thecelebrationshoppe.com).

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Cricut Design Space, weld, attach, slice, group

Be a Cricut Pro in 3 Months: Slice, Weld, Attach, and Group

January 22nd, 2019 • Contributor: Jenny Alger from Everyday Jenny

Hi, Cricut friends! I'm Jenny from Everyday Jenny and today I'm teaching you all about some of my favorite Cricut Design Space tools- Slice, Weld, Attach & Group. I use these tools almost every time I create something in Design Space. Once you know how to use them, you will be able to customize your own designs in no time at all.

Slice

This tool is used to slice two overlapping layers into separate parts. This is useful if you want to cut out a shape or text from another shape in order to create new shapes. I also find it very useful when I want a layered design but I don’t want overlapping parts on top of each other creating bulk. You can only slice two images at a time.

Using the slice tool in Cricut Design Space

Select both images that you want to slice and then click on the Slice tool. Each of the new shapes will show up in the Layers panel as their own individual layer. You can think of this process as using a cookie cutter and cutting cookie dough. When you are done slicing an image you will have the "cookie cutter" piece, the "cookie" piece, and the remaining "dough" piece. You can delete any layers that you don’t want in your final design.

Sliced image results

You can see a project I did where I used the Slice tool to make a fun pillowcase. I used Cricut Glitter Iron-on for this pillowcase and I love how sparkly it turned out! Have you used the glitter Iron-on before? Let me know in the comments below.

Pillowcase made using a sliced image

Weld

The Weld tool is used to join images and/or text to create a single image. It removes any overlapping cut lines in the images or text.

Using the weld tool in Cricut Design Space

I use this tool often to connect text together. First, make sure the text you want to weld is overlapping. (You can see in the above image the overlapping cut lines.) Select all the text you want to connect and click the Weld tool. Once you weld the image only the exterior cut path will remain and the welded pieces show up as one layer on the Layers panel.

Welded text results

You can see how I welded oval shapes together to make petals for 3D flowers. These 3D flowers are so pretty and easy to make. And with all the beautiful Cricut paper to cut, the possibilities are endless.

Flowers made using welded ovals for petals

Attach

The Attach tool is used for two different functions. One is to fasten images in their place so that when you go to cut the images it shows up exactly like you arranged it in the design screen. I know so many people create their perfect design and then go to cut it out and are confused that it's all mixed up on the mat preview. This is because the images are placed as close to together as possible on the mat to conserve material unless you select the Attach tool.

Using the attach tool in Cricut Design Space

The other function of the tool is to attach a write or score line to a cut layer. These envelopes from the Save the Date Make it Now project are a good example. The writing on the envelopes is attached.

Attached writing for envelopes

Group

The Group tool is used to group multiple layers, images or text together. This makes it easier to resize or move them on the design screen.

Using the group tool in Cricut Design Space

First, you will select the images you want to group together then click on the Group tool. You can select what you want to group in two ways. Click and highlight the images on the canvas or hold the Shift or the Ctrl key on your keyboard while clicking on each layer on the Layers panel. Now you can easily move the images you have grouped and resize them.

Keyboard Shortcuts

I have a bonus tip for you. Keyboard shortcuts are a useful tool to help make designing much faster. If you select the ? key on your keyboard, you will pull up a cheat sheet to all the keyboard shortcuts.

Keyboard shortcuts in Design Space

There you have it! Some tips about using some of my favorite Design Space tools. Let me know if you have any questions and be sure to pin this post so you can reference it anytime you need a refresher.

Which tool do you use the most? Comment below!

Keyboard shortcuts in Design Space
DIY 3D Wall Art

DIY 3D Artwork – Wow!

January 22nd, 2019 • Contributor: Cricut Designer Meagan Patterson

Learn how to make this amazing 3D Wall Art Piece.

I don’t know about you, but no room is complete without some beautiful artwork that is meaningful. In my revamp of my craft room, the art piece had to be perfect. I wanted something that spoke to my personality and style as well as something that would continually inspire me to create. This art piece did all of those things for me.

I love it so much and it’s such a fun and easy project that I had to share it with you. So let’s get making!

DESIGN SPACE PROJECT: click here

Materials

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  1. Cricut Maker®
  2. Scoring Wheel
  3. LightGrip Machine Mat, 12” x 12”
  4. 12” x 12” Cardstock, Pine (1)
  5. 12” x 12” Cardstock, Pool (2)
  6. 12” x 12” Cardstock Lilac (2)
  7. 12” x 12” Cardstock, Tangerine (2)
  8. 12” x 12” Cardstock, White (4)
  9. Adhesive
  10. 18” x 24” White Frame
  11. (optional) XL Scraper Tool

1: Score, Cut and Voila!

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Using my Maker has never been more fun! One of my favorite tools with this new machine is the Single and Double Scoring Wheel. They make anything from a basic card to this 3D art piece and cinch! To start off place one piece of white cardstock on your LightGrip Machine Mat lining your paper up with the outside grid lines. For me, it’s easiest to do this by lining up the bottom left corner of my paper with the bottom left corner of the mat’s grid. Once your cardstock has adhered to your mat, load your mat.

Before you press “Go” make sure you choose the right cut setting. I selected “Medium Cardstock.” Switch out your Fine-Point Blade for the Scoring Wheel. Then press “Go” and watch the magic happen!

When prompted, switch from your Scoring Wheel back to your Fine-Point Blade and hit “Go” one more time. Once your machine has finished cutting, unload the mat and carefully remove your pieces from the mat.

Repeat this process for the remaining mats.

(4) White Cardstock mats

(2) Tangerine Cardstock mats

(1) Pine Cardstock mat

(2) Pool Cardstock mats

(2) Lilac Cardstock mats

2: Fold & Press

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Once all of your pieces have been cut, it is now time to start folding. Fold along each scored line. For me, it was easiest when I folded the small tabs on each side first. Then I folded the crisscross lines. Fold each line inward and set aside.

TIP: I like to have really crisp folded edges, so I use my XL Scraper Tool and press it along each crease so that it becomes a nice sharp point.

3: Glue and Arrange

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Once each piece is folded, place a small amount of hot glue on the inside tab of each piece and glue to the opposite side. This should form a mini pyramid. Repeat this step until each piece has been formed.

Take your colored triangle pieces and adhere them onto the white cardstock pyramids. I put only one colored accent piece per white pyramid, but you can be as creative with this as you’d like!

Now for the most fun part which also happens to be the most challenging part…It’s time to arrange your art piece. Feel free to arrange and rearrange as many times as you need to till it feels like you have the look that you want. The fun thing about this project is that not each one needs to look the same-yours should be unique!

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Once you have your pyramids in the places you like them best hot glue them down. Start with the top pyramids and slowly work your way down.

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TaDa! You’re all done! See, I told you it was as easy as 1, 2, 3. And now you have a 3D masterpiece that is all your own! Be sure to tag us @officialcricut on Instagram and Facebook. I can’t wait to see how inspiring your art piece will be to each of us!

Be sure to share this project with friends that you think might like making this project!

Always making life beautiful,
Meagan

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