Looking for a simple card idea with Hawaiian theme? This Aloha card cut file is a fun festive little touch of glitter. I also included one specifically for ministering.
I recently visited Hawaii (I know I’m SO LUCKY!!) and while I was there visiting Costco we discovered these delicious little chocolate covered coconut things. I knew they would be perfect to share so I brought them home. I have two different cut files. One for those of you who specifically want to minister and those who just want a cute Hawaiian themed card!
What you need for your Aloha Card Cut File
- Bejeweled Cardstock Sampler
- Glitter Cardstock
- White Cardstock
- Glue Tape
- Cricut Pen
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Start by doing exactly what the cut file tells you to do. If I’m using a pen I always start with that first!
Once all your pieces are cut it should look like this. At this point I used the glue tape to attach the pineapple and then the ‘Aloha’.
These cards are 3″x5″ so they’re perfect size to write a little note on the back. With the smaller cut file specifically for ministering, I tied it to my treats with some twine.
They turned out too cute!!! I love leaving little gifts to let my sisters know they were on my mind. And the simple cards were perfect for just leaving a little note!
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