Monday, June 27, 2016

[Video]Cricut Art Philosophy Butterfly Card

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See that butterfly above? It was cut at 2" on the Cricut Explore machine!  And it cut like a dream - the Cricut Explore cuts beautifully!

Once I got the settings figured out for such a detailed cut, it cut like butter.

What are those settings? It's simple! Just set the dial in between light cardstock and iron-on vinyl (see below) and then cut twice. Perfect!
For the other Cricut machines, the best way to cut detailed cuts like this is to slow your speed to 2 or 3, blade at 3, pressure at 3 and then multi-cut two times (and a prayer helps).

Here are the cuts from the Close to My Heart Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge:





I used these products to make the card:
Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge (RETIRING!):






Check out my video below (Click HERE if you can't see it):



Take a quick peek at the stamp of the month for June - just $5 with a $50+ purchase (yes, bundles count towards this too!!):



Don't forget that these Cricut Cartridges are retiring soon - don't miss out!


* See the Close to My Heart catalog HERE
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2 comments:

  1. Love you card ideas and your help with the cricut explore machine. Do you have to make a new custom cut to get the butterfly to cut twice on the setting between iron-on and light cardstock? I haven't played with the settings much yet but I would like to cut some of those intricate designs.

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  2. Beautiful card. This is my all time fav cartridge. People need to get while they can =-)

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