Cricut

“Outside The Box” Easter Box Cards

Ask anyone in my family and they will tell you, I’ve been a card maker for many, many years!

It was only recently that I started using a Cricut machine to make my greeting cards.

Having a Cricut machine to accurately cut all of my card pieces takes a lot of the guess work and frustration from making cards, which has pushed me to new card making challenges.

Tfullsizeoutput_1983.jpegoday’s video is the second in a series of tutorials about card making with your Cricut and explores many variations of my all time favorite kind of card–the Box Card.

Wondering what a Box Card is?

It’s a card that uses the shape of a box to make a 3D Greeting Card that folds up for easy mailing. One of my favorite designers–Mary from SVG Cuts–has taken the concept of Box Cards to a completely different level that I call her designs “Thinking Outside The Box” Box Cards.

In this video I show you a collection of cards from SVG Cuts called “Easter Box Cards”. These five cards are just one grouping of Box Cards from Mary that demonstrate how you can make exquisite cards with just a few pieces of paper, your Cricut and some glue!

fullsizeoutput_1987The files that Miss Rita uses to make this card were purchased from SVG Cuts (SVGCuts.com) and an easily be replicated using your own Cricut machine.

These projects are NOT available for purchase in Cricut Design Space, but they can be uploaded to your canvas after purchase.

Once uploaded, you can cut all of the pieces expertly on your machine.

Did you like today’s video?

Please let me know in the comments below! I assure you, I read all of my comments and try to respond to them as quickly as possible.

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Don’t forget you can always give me a “thumbs up” and share it with a friend! Miss Rita’s Cricut Design Space files are always FREE to use and there are literally dozens of great projects to choose from.

To see my Project Index, please follow this link: https://bit.ly/2EOchDa

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Would you like to help support Miss Rita? If you are a budding Cricuteer, you can do so by ordering your next Cricut order through my special link: https://www.shareasale.com/u.cfm?d=40… As a “thank you”, you can use my code “MISSRITA2” with the link to receive 10% off your order and free shipping (some exclusions do apply). #3D #cricutprojects #boxcardsMiss Rita’s Cricut Design Space files are always FREE to use and there are literally dozens of great projects to choose from.
To see my Project Index, please follow this link: https://bit.ly/2EOchDa

Thanks so much for watching today!

Best always,
Miss Rita

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