Using the Cricut Explore and the Art Philosophy cartridge cut out the object you would like to use on two-sided paper. As you can see, I used dragonflies (because my sisters birthday is in May, and she loves dragonflies) and made three different sizes. The paper is Heartstrings Paper Packet but any two-sided paper from CTMH can be used.
I cut the part with the dragonflies to measure 4 1/16 x 3 9/16. The paper that you glue behind is cut 1/16 less on both sides.
Use some of the cutout objects on your card as well. You can glue them down completely or use pop dots. I just glued the center of the dragonfly so I could bend the wings up. The bottom piece you will cut at 1 11/16 x 3 9/16.
This can be used for any occasion depending on what sentiment you need. I stamped Happy Birthday using CTMH ink – color slate. I also used the same color to ink around the edges of both papers. I then glued another cutout dragonfly completely down.
Now take both pieces and glue to your card.
The Cricut cartridge and the stamp set that I used for the set were from the Cricut Art Philosophy Collection – Z1686 $99.00.
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