Try out these simple DIY gift tags to break in your Maker. Whether you’re already a Cricut Maker fan this will be so simple!
What You Need For Your Leather and Kraft Board Gift Tags
Use this project here to cut your leather. Then engrave your Kraft Board as the instructions show. You will install your scoring wheel and it will do the engraving for you. After that, you will reinstall your deep-cut blade to finish the cut. Now you should have six pieces that look like this.
Once your pieces are cut, you will attach them to your metallic leather. I like using this glue tape for crafts like this.
Then you are all finished! This is a super simple little project but I think it shows off just a glimpse of what your Maker can do with the touch of a button. (Ok you have to push the button three times, but that’s not bad at all!)
Try out these simple DIY gift tags to break in your Maker. Whether you're already a Cricut Maker fan this will be so simple!
- Metallic Leather
- Kraft Board
- Glue Tape
- Scoring Wheel
- Cricut Maker
- Strong grip mat
- Standard grip mat
- Open this project file
- Put your scoring wheel into your Cricut Maker
- Load your Kraft board onto a standard grip mat
- Cut your Kraft board
- Put your knife blade into your Cricut Maker
- Load your faux leather on a strong grip mat
- Use glue tape on the Kraft board and tape them together.
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